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Posted 30 October 2017 - 08:14 PM

What things are similar to a mind-mapping software where you can search via a ‘launcher’ and the app intelligently zooms in to the relevant spot on the map?
 
* the above is the single best way to structure information (there may be better ways but i dont know it right now, or likely within this year, or likely ever within my lifetime)
 
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other things that are helpful to finding this software/app/thing would be:
 
* link to a site (or similar) of all softwares/apps that have 1) high ratings a) from many users, and 2) were updated within the last 1-6 months. the site would have filters that are detailed, useful/helpful
 
* .....
 
* ??
 
* any other possible solutions towards this goal: the best way of structuring human-usable information -- is good
 
 
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if something (anything) isn't specified anywhere on the entire Web & universe , we are always talking about all platforms, all os, and anything that works effectively, and any of that would is appreciated


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Posted 30 October 2017 - 08:22 PM

important edit: changed 'mind-mapping' to 'whiteboarding'
 
but ultimately anything innovative doesn't have, never had, and never would have, a preset 'name/label/class/else/etc.'

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Posted 03 November 2017 - 04:25 PM

the professor or whoever in the videos -- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bret_Victor
 
 
seems to currently be at https://twitter.com/Dynamicland1
 
as said by someone at airbnb design -- 
I went to @Dynamicland1 and all I got was this feeling that every other modality of computation is antiquated by decades
 
 
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1 person on the Web had recommended a 
 
 
tho this is an extremely low rating 
 
but this suggestion lead into other things/avenues:
 
 
sadly tho these are not 1) good, or 2) relevant 
 
(as is the case with All not-real science fields/areas/topics
 
 
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for the book suggested, i want to stress these two basic understandings and points about life:
 
* '[the person is] almost not at all [interested] with testing the validity of their ideas' 
 
* '[the person doesn't seem interested in] proving the reliability or efficacy of his approach'
 
 
 
it's unclear why the book was recommended, or the reasons why it was good
 
also this book is outdated by 47 years (that's almost 5 decades) -- https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edward_de_Bono#Published_works
 
it's important to stress the basic thing of updated data > outdated data
 
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this 'whiteboarding' thing needed is meant for notes/goals 
 
this 'whiteboarding' thing needed is an extension of the limits of the brain, 
 
an extension as all digital (& physical) things are 
 
no other software (that i know of) would do cos this is the ideal, best (and effective) way
 
this is not a 'subjective' best, there's no such thing as a 'subjective' best, this is the objective best,
 
and this is something many in this society, on the Web and entire universe don't seen to understand, over years and time, they don't seem to understand basic things about life
 
there aren't many notes/goals, and these are the most important ones
 
I went to @Dynamicland1 and all I got was this feeling that every other modality of computation is antiquated by decades
 
 
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there aren't many worthwhile things to do in life
 
i guess i should watch the professor's videos until im done taking efficient and good (summarised) notes 
 
there's aren't many things worthwhile to do (obviously this is by proportion and per capita)
 

Edited by computerbroken, 03 November 2017 - 04:27 PM.





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