Inflo is an on-line tool for collaboratively constructing arguments. It’s wiki meets spreadsheets. It’s a bit like a spreadsheet in that you can enter numbers and formulae in individual nodes (cells). But, unlike a traditional spreadsheet, each node has its own permanent URL corresponding to a snapshot in time that can be sent around or used as part of other arguments.
I’ve been playing a little bit with the tool, exploring Jono’s arguments, such as whether printing a paper or reading it on screen is more carbon efficient. It seems to me some of the concepts of Inflo might still take a little bit of effort to get used to; fortunately, Jono has also created a user manual for the tool in the form of an Inflo argument—so that would be a good starting point for people unfamiliar with the idea.