Contextual pivoting – an example

Several months ago I wrote about the power of association (knowledge) that can be derived by users of systems that allow them to change perspective (e.g. view from one relational vantage point to another). I’ve been calling this feature a context pivot and the action around the feature contextual pivoting. (Sometimes I also refer to this as content pivoting.) Today, I see that Simon Guest & Co. have added something akin to this feature on Skyscrapr: a content map (for (software) architecture). Good stuff.