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Comment on "A Quick Overview of Basic CoreData Concepts"
by Scott Stevenson — Jun 11
@Isaac Gouy: good, as information - better to show horizontally aligned 2d boxes encapsulating other 2d boxes

I disagree. I tried to use third dimension is used to differentiate the different items. If all of the items were the exact same height, then I would agree more. I don't think most people should need to physically twist to read anything (the brain tends to spin things for you), but perhaps there's an issue there I'm unfamiliar with.

In any case, the goal isn't just to deliver information, but to make it fun and interesting. I realize some people may disagree with that approach, but I feel that making it fun and interesting can sometimes actually communicate ideas in a way standard diagrams cannot.
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