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I was pleasantly surprised by my Info Mapping training, way back in the
90s. I expected a boring rehash of tech writing fundamentals. Instead,
their basic idea--that you're not so much writing in the classic sense as
creating easily perceived little "maps" of information--proved useful and
It took me a while to assimilate the ideas and use them, but I found it all
quite helpful. I don't think I had a test at the end, but the material was
But that was long ago! YMMV, of course. Good luck.
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