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Subject:Re: Information Mapping and From:Tony Rocco <tony_rocco -at- NAVIS -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 20 Mar 1996 11:15:08 U
RE>Information Mapping and InfoMap 3/20/96
So this IM stuff isn't just BS? Is there a good book you know of that
describes information mapping? I don't want to pay megabucks to take one of
those seminars. Thanks.
Date: 3/20/96 09:12
To: Tony Rocco
From: Roger G. Legge
Hello, friends. Since my inquiry with regard to IM, I've received
many private inquiries for leads. The best one is to inquire at
www.infomap.com, where you'll find addresses, philosophy, seminars,
and the basic principles of IM. I must say that I've been using this
methodology for years, but some one else beat us to it and is
selling the method to the public. It was originally used for text,
but of cousre its primary purpose now is to make the writing of
HTML and VRML more useful, efficient and reader-centered. Good luck
to those of you pursuing my more than virtual link!