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This week, Chris and Knut discuss dugnad inefficiency, the annoyingness of feedback you have actually asked for, and FINN.no. Knut gets published; Chris just wants to eat breakfast.Links:Complete Beginner’s Guide to Interaction Design | UX BoothTin Ear | Definition of Tin Ear by Merriam-Webster — tin earPhoneme - Wikipediapronunciation: ch (in Scottish) | WordReference ForumsProtestantism - WikipediaNorwegian: Oslo Dialect | WordReference Forums — There are two r’s in Norwegian. One is known as skarre-r, and is similar to the French one. It’s the least used; found in Western and Southern Norway. The other is the rulle-r (rolling r, used by the rest), which is an alveolar tap; like in Spanish (I think).Which Type of Electrical Outlet Is Used in Norway?What is dugnad?FINN.noAnd did those feet in ancient time (Jerusalem) - WikipediaJerusalem, the Anthem, with simultaneous lyrics - YouTubeScottish referendum: Scottish parliament votes in favour of holding second independence referendum | The IndependentScottish…