Short Version

Long Version

BTW the visual examples of “context” in this video (particularly the longer version) perfectly describe what I was striving for when I spoke about trying to “map” my flow of information previously. This also relates to my post yesterday on OurStory. Again the idea is to give the user or visitor the control in dynamically changing their “context” viewpoint instead of just giving them a single static option (i.e. monthly archives for a blog).

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  1. The extended architecture of the mind, that’s there wherever, whenever you need it….

    I almost wish I was born a developer instead of an artist. I live for what’s coming out of programmers’ labs these days. The interface appears extremely well architected, almost scary in it’s elegance. And I love the note-taking features with its smart formatting.

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