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Subject:Re: Info Mapping From:"George F. Taylor" <gtaylor3 -at- SOL -dot- CALSTATELA -dot- EDU> Date:Mon, 20 Feb 1995 10:40:27 -0600
In-Reply-To: Info Mapping, From: RSMH -at- aol -dot- com
I suggest that we need to pick the right tool for the task at hand. I find
Information Mapping is excellent for ordering and presenting procedural
information. It seems to be less effective when I am trying to define a
concept or use a graphic in relation to a procedure. - George
>I would love to
here other's opinion on this subject. I'm sure we can have a >lively
discussion. I for one have worked with Informaition Mapping and refer
>to it has USA Today Documentation. I find myself so caught up in the
formula, >I have a hard time actually writing. It seems to me that the
creators want to >make a scientific process out writing, and writing, in my
humble opinion, is >not a science per se. > >Other optinions are welcome.