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On Mon, Oct 20, 2014 at 2:24 PM, Mark Giffin <mgiffin -at- earthlink -dot- net> wrote:
> Up on my bookshelf, covered with dust, I have a large 3-ring binder with
> the IM logo and the title "Strategies for Developing High-Performance
> Documentation". It's the materials I received when I took IM training in
> the early 90s. Although I found the training quite useful and have used
> their concepts and techniques ever since, I haven't looked at this binder
> in years. Do you think it would be useful to you?
> Mark Giffin
> Mark Giffin Consulting, Inc.
> On 10/20/2014 10:13 AM, Robert Lauriston wrote:
>> I believe Information Mapping is so aggressive about protecting their
>> copyrights that you will find no free source.
>> On Mon, Oct 20, 2014 at 10:04 AM, Janoff, Steven
>> <Steven -dot- Janoff -at- hologic -dot- com> wrote:
>>> Okay, last attempt at searching for this. I'm still getting great
>>> responses but they don't address what I want, so let me try one more time
>>> to be specific.
>>> I'm looking for a way to learn Information Mapping, as it was developed
>>> in the 1960s (and beyond, to the extent it's been improved), WITHOUT going
>>> through the "official" Information Mapping company.
>>> I'm preferably looking for either a book, a DVD, or some kind of digital
>>> media that will help me learn the techniques of the system. (Books *other
>>> than* by Robert Horn, as I have the two main ones and I don't have the
>>> patience for them.)
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