This book is about how to make a complete map of everything you think for as long as you like.
Whether that's good or not, I don't know- keeping a map of all your thoughts has a "freezing" effect on the mind. It takes a lot of (albeit pleasurable) work, but produces nothing but SIGHT.
rks as we read- no need for me to go off the deep end now.
* Intra-subj * Extra-subj * Materials * The ? of Computers * Theory of Notebooks * General Principles
That's what I'm going to be talking about now.
Here, let's put that in order:
1) Materials 2) General Principles 3) Intra-subj 4) Extra-subj 5) Theory of Notebooks 6) The Question of Computers
By the way- in case I hurt your feelings about computers- I want to add two things:
1) I am an experienced programmer. I've been programming computers since I was 7 years old, typing in BASICA programs by hand on my mom's COMPAQ 8088. I formatted her hard drive by accidently going into low level format instructions using "debug", experimenting with assembly language, when I was about 10. I am now 25. I love computers. I just happen to recognize the limitations of where we are at right now, that's all. 2) Computers will be the SALVATION of this whole system I am describing right now. So if you f
It is not an immediately useful system, but the intensity and passion of the author are apparent.