--- In Kresy-Siberia@yahoogroups.com
, "ladbrookelinder" <ladbrooke@...>
> Hardly dare ask this question, have asked for help too many times
> recently [Aneta etc]. WHY would we call a darned good idea [flow-
> charts] by a name that not everyone woulod understand??? IF we called
> it, something like 'GET STARTED', HOW TO RESEARCH' or something easy,
> it cannot bhe mistaken?
> For those working in office's, FLOW CHART sounds like someone doing
> a 'presentation' to the company!!
I used the term 'flow chart' because I was, in fact, trying to
determine whether a visual representation (bubbles, arrows, etc.),
along with the supporting info, would be of value. I was even imagining
actual links within the bubbles, but that may be way beyond my
Having a design background, I know that I relate better to images than
plain text, i.e. I refuse to use printed driving directions - I need a
map! Whatever form the final product Antoni and I may develop, I'll
make a point not to refer to it as a'flow chart' LOL.