The Sounding Board, when tailored to help its clients with a specific problem, can contain some questions which are quite specific to that problem. However, that does not mean that a developer needs to start from scratch when customizing Sounding Board. Even tailored versions of the program find it useful to ask a variety of quite general questions of the type the program already contains. Some examples are:
Questions about objects:
Questions about actions and events:
Questions about Agents:
Sounding Board and Learning by Reflection
Where am I in the content of the book?