A journey of 1000 miles begins with one step...then another...then another. But if you've taken the wrong path, how do you get back to the right one? Researchers are still looking for something better than the pencil in order to trace their own thought processes.
In 1996, Nadin and his assistants started developing a program that would enable people not only to retrace their thinking, but to associate different thought paths without retracing. The project Navigation Tools for Knowledge Dissemination >> HTML was funded by the German Science Foundation (DFG)