You are sharing interesting ideas. You state that typing the stuff helps YOU to understand it better. Must be the same for me and that's why I keep at the posting.
I tried Analograffiti on two Photoreading keywords last night: Photoread, Activate. It wasn't easy but I can see that it is a skill that will improve over time.
I created a gif image of one that I was going to insert here but I don't have it on a web page somewhere, so I don't think I can.
Here are the results, in case anyone is interested. I'd be interested in any feedback it generates. I post them to see if they spur conversation, NOT because they are stellar examples. It's too bad I can't get the image to show, it looks much better in Vera's format.
P - Prepare
H - Have questions (mind probing)
O - Observe format (of material--preview)
T - Trigger
O - Outline important content (mind map...)
R - Reconstruct
E - Evaluate
A - Activate
D - Dig (for details)
Seems to be an obvious bias toward activating there.
A - Active reading
C - Create questions
T - The memory web
I - Intuition
V - Visualize success
A - Auxilary threads
T - Topics (keywords)
E - Embrace uncertainty (play, enjoy...)
I realize there are no wrong or right answers but I would be interested in any thoughts these may have prompted in others (assuming they prompt any at all).