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Subject:Re: Information Mapping From:"Gutierrez, Diane" <Diane -dot- Gutierrez -at- WESTGROUP -dot- COM> Date:Wed, 23 Dec 1998 14:38:57 -0600
When listservers mentioned information mapping, my subconscious stirred.
Something, somewhere...Ah-HA! Merry Christmas! Sympathetic to your quest for
knowledge and something about trademarking what should be public domain rubs
my fur the wrong way.
This is just a suggested starting point. Look at "concept mapping." Links
are given to similar sites. Happy browsing!
>>>I searched newsgroup postings in AltaVista and Dejanews, as well as some
of the many Techwr-L postings on information mapping, and couldn't find
anything to fill the bill.
Those of us who think we have a handle on the basic concepts addressed by
Information Mapping (R) are relying on experience and knowledge gained from
a variety of sources.<<<<