Wurman out loud

May 1997
Inc.;May97, Vol. 19 Issue 6, p62
Presents comments from information architect Richard Wurman. The importance of admitting when one does not understand something; Selling ignorance; The success of his Access guides; Lies taught to students in United States Schools about questions and understanding; His latch acronym, which stands for organizing things by location, alphabet, time, category and hierarchy.


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