For those people who have no idea what this is, read this.

It's pretty famous online, though, as far as I know.

That shape is called the Koch curve. My friend Bryan Gorman and I discovered it independently at the age of 13 when trying to find a way to make more detailed maps starting from a rough large-scale map. The Koch curve is infinitely long but bounds a finite area.

The method he describes is the same method I have always used for my non-fiction writing. Rand espouses the same method.

For those people who have no idea what this is, read this.

It's pretty famous online, though, as far as I know.

That shape is called the Koch curve. My friend Bryan Gorman and I discovered it independently at the age of 13 when trying to find a way to make more detailed maps starting from a rough large-scale map. The Koch curve is infinitely long but bounds a finite area.

The method he describes is the same method I have always used for my non-fiction writing. Rand espouses the same method.

Interesting. I was wondering how it would look in practical application in, say, a short story. It is fundamentally good advice. It does sound very similar to the almost mathematical construction of her novels.

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That shape is called the Koch curve. My friend Bryan Gorman and I discovered it independently at the age of 13 when trying to find a way to make more detailed maps starting from a rough large-scale map. The Koch curve is infinitely long but bounds a finite area.

The method he describes is the same method I have always used for my non-fiction writing. Rand espouses the same method.

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AuthorInteresting. I was wondering how it would look in practical application in, say, a short story. It is fundamentally good advice. It does sound very similar to the almost mathematical construction of her novels.

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