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Today Wired Magazine published an article online about the Integrated Space Plan. It is mostly about the history and motivation, but also gets into the new ISP a bit.
"Jones’ original Integrated Space Plan arguably is among the most complex infographics ever, no surprise when you consider it’s the work of an engineer. The 24×26-inch sheet of white paper is filled with a dense flowchart of boxes and circles connected by vector arrows. It looks a circuit diagram and reads like a sci-fi novel. ... The graphic is divided into nine columns that show, in chronological order, the path toward human exploration of deep space. The center row of boxes, the “critical path,” outlines the major milestones Jones decided were attainable within the next century of space travel; the boxes to the left and right of the critical path are support elements that must be realized before anything on the critical path can happen. The Integrated Space Plan can be read top to bottom and left to right. The big circles intersecting the boxes are the the plan’s overarching long-range goals, which include things like Humanity begins the transition from a terrestrial to a solar species and Human expansion into the cosmos. In many ways, it’s a graphical to-do list.
From a purely visual perspective, the updated Integrated Service Plan isn’t nearly so intriguing as Jones’ original, but it is more democratic. Freed from its tangle of lines and arrows, the poster is easier to read and comprehend, which is absolutely essential if it is to become an educational tool. The plan now has a home online, and the team hopes it will spark a more fluid conversation around what can and should be changed." - Wired