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Just came back from a conference on Document Design at Tilburg
One of the presentations was about Information Mapping. I've heard about
it years ago and I know about the principles (it's the Unix man-pages
The person who gave the presentation mentioned a URL, which I looked at.
It gave me the impression of a combination between Scientology and
(Please don't flame, I'm not pc and besides, I'm European).
Anyone who can advise me on this subject? I really think IM is a good
idea, but I don't know...; know what I mean?
Hans Lonissen, SIG / PALGA, The Netherlands
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