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Rethinking how ideas are shared

The power of graphically reorganizing and mapping information

The explanation of ideals, mapped in a navigation of content.
“Where am I going, how will I get there — being lost, I don’t “get where I am” — “having a map, with information, I have a map, a visualization of way, found.”

It might be that the map — the cartographic treatment — is a core symbol of the idea of how people see the layering of complex information as a journey.
And as a story — as they make that journey.

The power of graphically reorganizing and mapping information

Storytelling
information.

The idea that something can be simpler, newly perceived in the context of rethinking the landscape of content, placing that in-formation in a way that new stories can be held, shared and told to others in a new manner, accelerating the grasp of content — so that they can share in the tapestry view — many threads, layering in the content of knowledge scene — and finally, freshly woven in another tiering of expression —
the warp, the weft, the detailing of comprehension in a new view.

Seeing and holistically sensing metaphors, in the sharing of symbolic views of how ideas and be recanted and rediscovered —
scene seen anew.

Interesting that this idea is not new, but hundreds of years old —
The power of graphically reorganizing and mapping information
The census an informational mapping — which is a kind of human storytelling, published just before the advancement of Civil War. It appears in the lower right-hand corner of the famous portrait of Lincoln announcing his policy of emancipation to his cabinet.

— rethinking the presentation of information, that in turn lends itself to new understanding.
New stories to be told.
And searching, that finding:

The power of graphically reorganizing and mapping information

New ways of seeing.

The power of graphically reorganizing and mapping information

More — other gathering of the mapping, the cartography of ideas:

The power of graphically reorganizing and mapping information

Edward Tufte [we’ve written about him]
offers these collections, as well.

Fast Company offers this collection, below:

11 Of The Most Influential Infographics Of The 19th-Century
We live in a world steeped in graphic information. From Google Maps and GIS to the proliferation of infographics and animated maps, visual data surrounds us. The power of graphically reorganizing and mapping information

Girvin’s notes
on visualizing the storytelling of information.

Tim Girvin | GIRVIN QueenAnne
Work-Life Studios

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