The New York Times had an article about conceptual artist Allan McCollum “One-of-a-Kind Shapes” where “…a software system that allows him to hand-design 31 billion two-dimensional shapes, no two alike — far more than enough so that every person projected to be on the planet by the middle of this century could have one of his or her own, as a print, for example, or a sculptural object. “I also sometimes imagine a unique shape coming up every time someone goes to Google, or selling them on Amazon for 95 cents each”.
So A) I want one and B) why can’t similar techniques be use to map context, the ways information belongs together, across an internal network, within a database, or at various URIs on the internet? Customized shapes, billions of them, no two alike, but in 3D, 30D, 100D. More than one software system would be needed to model those kinds of shapes.