I was working on a NodeBox network that draws bits and pieces of org charts when my wife walked past and said my network looked like a sailing ship. I hadn't tried to make it look like anything, just kept it tidy. But it did look like a sailing ship. In fact, it was kind of pretty.
This made me think that we all spend so much time focused on drawing things on the left half of our NodeBox monitors that we sometimes fail to notice how beautiful the right half can be. Our networks have a beauty of their own. After decades as an "architect of the invisible", laboring on intricate structures no one could see, this is one of things I find most enchanting about NodeBox - I can finally see what I'm making.
Attached is not a ndbx file, but simply a screenshot of that network as an end in itself. I encourage others to post their own screenshots and celebrate the beauty of NodeBox networks!
- Sailng_Ship.jpg 214 KB
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