Feedback – and I don’t mean that squawk from the microphone

Feedback Noun /ˈfēdˌbak/ “First used in 1920 in the electronics sense. Transferred use, “information about the results of a process” is attested by 1955.” 1. A reaction or response to a particular process or activity.   2. Evaluative information derived from such a reaction or response. (source: feedback. (n.d.). Online Etymology Dictionary. Retrieved September 17, Read More…