July 30, 2009
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Tinderbox Maps and Gathering Evidence

I'm planning a series of notes — probably to run through August — on using Tinderbox maps to gather, analyze, and organize evidence. I think the working example will be legal, but obviously this applies to a host of disciplines — journalism, history, social work, some kinds of medicine — and is also interesting to fiction writers, dramatists, and designers.

If you’ve got questions about this sort of Tinderbox application — or, better yet, if you’ve got examples or screenshots that might be relevant — I’d love to hear from you. Email me.