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Subject:Re: Information Mapping From:"Steven J. Owens" <puff -at- NETCOM -dot- COM> Date:Fri, 18 Dec 1998 18:57:09 -0800
Hans Lonissen writes:
> 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
This is interesting; I haven't ever heard mention of IM and Unix
man-pages together. Unless you're saying that IM on the face of it appears
to be simply using a layout like the ones used in 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
Y'know, it's funny, I've never thought to phrase it that way, but
that's also how it strikes me :-). Maybe we should throw Amway in
there too. I don't know much about Information Mapping because all
I've seen is a few brief mentions of it. They seem very obsessed with