Linearity is for suckers, Members, but on occasion, point A to point B has its charm. In such cases (this week being one of them) Cartesian coordinates be damned: make it a diagonal. Do like Detroit footpathers and join nonconsecutive vertices by cutting across laws and j-walking; get a whiff of what’s related by eyeing up matrixes and getting superdiagonal with your Jordon Canonical Form; traverse the polygonical universe one angle at a time. These next seven days are for mapping how diagonals make things look askew and therefore interesting. And according to engineering folk, it’s the only way your scaffolding is going to keep itself upright.