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In “Nostal­gia On My Mind” (p38), one of the sources was miss­ing from the print edi­tion. The au­thor, Rox­anne Pow­ell, would like to ac­knowl­edge Krys­tine Batcho for her ar­ti­cle “Nostal­gia: The Bit­ter­sweet His­tory of a Psy­cho­log­i­cal Con­cept,” which was a ma­jor source for the ar­ti­cle.

In “How to Learn to Dance in Vienna” (p32) we showed a graphic of dance steps on the top left, which we cited as the polka. In fact, it de­picted the steps of the waltz.

In “Trav­el­ing With­out Mov­ing” (p58), we falsely named Alan Burgon as Artis­tic Di­rec­tor. He is Cre­ative Di­rec­tor and runs the Open House The­atre to­gether with Artis­tic Di­rec­tor and main driv­ing force Robert G. Neu­mayr, who planned and or­ga­nized White Rab­bit Red Rab­bit.

In “Quotes & Stats” (p16), the Aus­trian Schilling was le­gal ten­der un­til Fe­bru­ary 28, 2002, par­al­lel to the euro which was in­tro­duced as an ac­count­ing cur­rency on Jan­uary 1, 1999, and in­tro­duced in the form of ban­knotes and coins on Jan­uary 1, 2002.

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