Grids, Lists, Clusters

Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 18, No. 347.

To extrapolate: the electronic medium facilitates reading in terms of clusters, lists, and tables (a type of reading that was always available to the clever manipulator of index cards).

I like to think of these as the primary ways of organizing information:

GRID, LIST, CLUSTER: types of groupings


A word on converting groupings. Consider whether this image references a “list” or a “cluster”.

And so for day 757

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