Azimuth Blog Overview

We’ve got lots of series of articles on this blog. Some people say it’s a bit overwhelming. So David Tanzer of the Azimuth Project had a good idea: create an organized list of the articles on this blog, to make them easier to find. Here it is:

Azimuth Blog overview.

You can also find a link to this on top of the “ALSO READ THESE” list at the right-hand side of this blog!

Needless to say, this could be improved in many ways. Don’t say how: just do it!

4 Responses to Azimuth Blog Overview

  1. amarashiki says:

    Hi, John! I believe, the link to the article on Time Crystals, september 2012, is wrong (if you click, you go to an article on Petri-Nets).

  2. anitachowdry says:

    That is a great way to catalogue such a rich resource – this is more than just a blog, it’s a library. Thanks

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