Theme One • A Program Of Inquiry 15

An unexpected benefit of cleaning out our basement and putting our belongings in storage has been finding a trove of work I thought had been lost, in a stash of 3½ floppies, no less.  I uploaded a sample to a couple of folders on Google Drive.

The first contains a minimal set of files for running the program.
The second contains the example files mentioned in the User Guide.

Apologies in advance for Theme One being a bare prototype, a “test of concept” sort of program.  The user interface is pre-mouse and very finicky but I, its mother, was able to nurse it along far enough to learn a lot from it, and many are lessons of still timely pertinence to our perennial issues.

cc: Ontolog Forum • Peirce List (1) (2) (3) (4)

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