The analogue version being the Using ones hands to pointer and thumbs to
frame a scene.
However it would be great if we could place a 2d frame around 3d objects as
illustrated when looking ats sophisticated relationships in tiddlywiki.
I tend picture in the minds eye a network of links and relationships when I
suddenly see a set are related in a well focused way. I then conceptually
frame it as above.
On Wednesday, June 13, 2018 at 2:26:04 AM UTC+10, @TiddlyTweeter wrote:
> I am really interested in the semantic shifts that occur between a vaguely
> felt idea and concrete realisation in a replete TW.
> In using TW a kind of "framing" occurs, as one would in any semantic
> forming ... a selective focus and framing ...sort of expressed like this ...
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