- Jan 2023
Spaces in both language, text, and music help to create the texture of what is being communicated (and/or not).
Link to Edward Tufte's latest book in section entitled "Spacing enhances complex meaning, encourages slow, thoughtful reading":
<small><cite class='h-cite via'>ᔥ <span class='p-author h-card'>KevinMarks</span> in #meta 2023-01-19 (<time class='dt-published'>01/19/2023 11:32:19</time>)</cite></small>
Link to Indigenous astronomy example of negative spaces (like the Great Emu)
- May 2020
highlights, ideas, annotations, comments, and feedback will enhance The Latticework
Current community forums are terrible. They happen out of context and are ugly and ineffective. As Edward Tufte beautifully demonstrates, that type of context switching impairs learning. So, we’ve built our social and collaborative tools so that they are embedded into the resource – enhancing learning and retention. (https://blas.com/on-edward-tufte/)