People Can’t Find Things

Offices, organizations, and knowledge domains produce so much useful information. People who are learning about an office, organization, or area of knowledge need best practice notes, standard details, and lessons-learned to be super easy to look through.

When people do not know what things are called to input a specific term, it is difficult for machines to help sort through all the good ideas and information generated before. Perhaps a better geometry is needed to link together and organize records in such a way that people are led, by machines, to only information that is relevant to their skill level, language, and task at hand, rather than endless lists of everything under the sun.

conformal mapping


Conformal Mapping 1/(z*z) by fdecomite



Octagonal Star Pattern, a work in progress v.1 by EricGjerde



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Math Sculpture Closeup by sfopanda



Torley Finds the Strangest Things by Dedric.Mauriac


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