SOME OF MY OLDEST notes include some of the coolest doodles. Presently, I want to teach doodling as a way to gain a handle on the visual dimension of knowledge management. Some of my most creative doodles look like hives, others look like timeworms. Unlike straight timelines, timeworms curl back and forth. I think that serendipitous flow of words can teach people about "knowledge management" without focusing on the formal taxonomy of categorising information. In a past job, I used a timeworm to illustrate a complex co-ordinated launch process of a Close Watch airlift mission. Timeworms showed difficult textual relationships in an easy visual manner. Some internet relationships look like timeworms too (Touchgraph can show this effect.).Timeworms borrow from the BRINT Institute's granular depictions of organisational processes "that seek synergistic combination of data and information processing capacity of information technologies, and the creative and innovative capacity of human beings." In Lee Bryant's mind, "smarter, simpler, social" happens with information laid out in a more discoverable fashion.