This blog on “effective communication for rational minds”
can be read on its own or can be regarded as a companion
to my book Trees, maps, and theorems (Principiae, 2009).
Like this book, it largely builds on 20 years of experience
training and advising engineers, scientists, business people,
and other professionals around the world. It is, however,
more anecdotal, being inspired by the written documents,
oral presentations, and graphical displays I come across.
For those who own a copy of Trees, maps, and theorems,
it lists the book chapters that underpin each blog entry.