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Monday, March 16, 2009


From Visualcomplexity, something called Net-Map which allows users to manipulate the relationship of players and decisions. What is interesting here is that the approach is not technological, but more of a touch, paper and pen method to understand a complex system. Sure, we do have lots of computers these days, and mapping capabilities of many kinds exist, but we had discovered that the physical touching of maps can sometimes promote ownership of a particular solution. Low tech can provide some startlingly alternative solutions. And when you are done you can always take a digital photo of the result.

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