2021-02-25 09:14:26 UTC
My 'book' is now finished. I have rewritten a lot of my annotations and
removed several of my own errors.
I hope, that you are all satisfied with my latest version. That can be
It is a commented version of Einstein's 'On the electrodynamics of
It contains 428 annotations.
The idea behind these annotation was the following:
assume, that you are a professor (in this case of physics) and the text
in question was the homework of a student. Now your duty would be, to go
through the text and write annotations into it, to tell the student,
what he made wrong.
This is, of course, a ficticious setting. The idea is, that you could
learn better and more in depth, what the author had to say.
So my method was more or less a learning tool and did not aim to write a
But in this case I extended it into that direction, because the text
contains a little too many errors in my oppinion (roughly 400+).
To actually read the annotations, the text had to be downloaded to your
computer, because Google does not show them online.
The local file should then be opened with one of the better pdf-readers.
(kindle or mobiles or similar do not work, as far as I know.)