It turns out that a dodecagon is fairly simple to produce from a circle crossed by a cross. The use of circles at the intersections of of the cross and circle can then be evolved into the dodecagon, and then into a twelve pointed star. How awesome!
5 May 2013
25 March 2007
Istemi and others have expressed interest in my note-taking and to-do system, so I took some photos and put them up on Flickr.com for people to see. I also tagged them with some scroll-over points, to explain how the system works a little bit. I have to admit that I stole big chunks of the to-do system from some guy named Bill Westermann, and Mike Rohde. So far it’s working, as Lovelips can attest: I’ve even started showing up early to stuff. (Ok, well, at least on time, which is an improvement). I’ve also borrowed elements from David Gray’s system, although I really like his people-talking doodles, and I want to try making some of them in my next meeting.
If you click on any of the pictures below, it will take you to the Flickr site, where you will be able to see the pictures more readily, as well as read the various explanatory tags attached to the photos. for those really interested…