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Marks and Meaning, version zero By Dave Gray
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Warning: DON'T BUY THIS BOOK if you are uncomfortable with unfinished work! This is version zero, much of the content is still in a vague and formative stage. Seriously, READ THE WARNING LABEL. I... More > don't want to hear that you're disappointed because this book is "too unfinished" disjointed, with many blank pages, etc. I am putting it up here because many people have requested it and I don't want to make them wait till this thing is done. Marks and meaning is a work in progress; an evolving exploration of visual language, visual thinking and visual work practices by the founder and Chairman of XPLANE, the visual thinking company. An unfinished work, it's a hybrid: part sketchbook, part textbook, part workbook, and continuously updated by the author, based on feedback and conversations with readers. When you but the "book" you'll be invited to an email discussion group where the book's ideas and content are being discussed. This is version zero: the first version available to the public.< Less
Marks and Meaning, Version 0.5 By Dave Gray
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Warning: DON'T BUY THIS BOOK if you are uncomfortable with unfinished work! This is version 0.5 and much of the content is still in a vague and formative stage. Seriously, READ THE WARNING LABEL. I... More > don't want to hear that you're disappointed because this book is "too unfinished" disjointed, with many blank pages, etc. I am putting it up here because many people have requested it. Marks and Meaning is a work in progress; an evolving exploration of visual language, visual thinking and visual work practices by the founder and Chairman of XPLANE, the visual thinking company. An unfinished work, it's a hybrid: part sketchbook, part textbook, part workbook. It's continuously updated by the author, based on feedback and conversations with readers. When you buy the "book" you'll be invited to an email discussion group where the book's ideas and content are being discussed. This is version 0.5: the second version available to the public, last revised 14 April 2009.< Less
Marks and Meaning, version zero By Dave Gray
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Warning: DON'T BUY THIS BOOK if you are uncomfortable with unfinished work! This is version zero, much of the content is still in a vague and formative stage. Seriously, READ THE WARNING LABEL. I... More > don't want to hear that you're disappointed because this book is "too unfinished" disjointed, with many blank pages, etc. I am putting it up here because many people have requested it and I don't want to make them wait till this thing is done. Marks and meaning is a work in progress; an evolving exploration of visual language, visual thinking and visual work practices by the founder and Chairman of XPLANE, the visual thinking company. An unfinished work, it's a hybrid: part sketchbook, part textbook, part workbook, and continuously updated by the author, based on feedback and conversations with readers. When you but the "book" you'll be invited to an email discussion group where the book's ideas and content are being discussed. This is version zero: the first version available to the public.< Less
Marks and Meaning, Version 0.5 By Dave Gray
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Warning: DON'T BUY THIS BOOK if you are uncomfortable with unfinished work! This is version 0.5 and much of the content is still in a vague and formative stage. Seriously, READ THE WARNING LABEL. I... More > don't want to hear that you're disappointed because this book is "too unfinished" disjointed, with many blank pages, etc. I am putting it up here because many people have requested it. Marks and Meaning is a work in progress; an evolving exploration of visual language, visual thinking and visual work practices by the founder and Chairman of XPLANE, the visual thinking company. An unfinished work, it's a hybrid: part sketchbook, part textbook, part workbook. It's continuously updated by the author, based on feedback and conversations with readers. When you buy the "book" you'll be invited to an email discussion group where the book's ideas and content are being discussed. This is version 0.5: the second version available to the public, last revised 14 April 2009.< Less
The Browser and the Book By Dave Gray
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The book as a form factor has been around for about 2,000 years, since Julius Caesar first decided to fold up a scroll, accordion-style, and mark the pages for later reference. In 1455, Aldus... More > Manutius was the first to publish the portable paperback, and it has remained relatively unchanged since. Why has the book survived so long? What makes the the book continue to be relevant and useful? Books are inherently "browsable." What lessons from the book can be applied to the web browser and other digital technologies? How might digital technologies alter or enhance the way that we interact with books as physical objects? What do the book and browser interfaces have in common? What is the future of the book? Of the browser?< Less
The Browser and the Book By Dave Gray
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The book as a form factor has been around for about 2,000 years, since Julius Caesar first decided to fold up a scroll, accordion-style, and mark the pages for later reference. In 1455, Aldus... More > Manutius was the first to publish the portable paperback, and it has remained relatively unchanged since. Why has the book survived so long? What makes the the book continue to be relevant and useful? Books are inherently "browsable." What lessons from the book can be applied to the web browser and other digital technologies? How might digital technologies alter or enhance the way that we interact with books as physical objects? What do the book and browser interfaces have in common? What is the future of the book? Of the browser?< Less