It's always been hard not to judge someone by their looks. It's what's in the inside, they always say. The students at the Iba lab Tuesday were facing a similar kind of conflict against post-its.
Watching notes going here and there, the process seemed to have slow progress. Hours had passed before first of the clusters started to appear.
The day's session lasted for over five hours. The lab wrapped up the day by penciling lines around the clusters that formed during the day. There were a couple of relatively large clusters, a few more pairs and triplets, but the rest were yet to be grouped.
Incompleteness and unclear feelings persisted in the members' minds after the day's work. They would continue with the KJ method next week, hopefully to finish it.