26 Matching Annotations
  1. Dec 2023
  2. Aug 2023
    1. Ted Nelson launches Project Xanadu, and he said, "Well, what if it wasn't just limited to the things that I have? What if I could connect ideas across a larger body of work?"
      • for: Ted Nelson, Xanadu, knowledge federation
  3. Mar 2023
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  9. Feb 2022
    1. <small><cite class='h-cite via'> <span class='p-author h-card'>Gordon Brander</span> in "Slouching toward Xanadu: a roundup of block reference mechanisms https://t.co/CxSm0bZjHu" (<time class='dt-published'>02/24/2022 17:12:12</time>)</cite></small>

      Discussion of some prior art leading up to Google's text fragment links.

  10. Oct 2019
    1. Link Type. Is the citation being referred to because the author agrees or disagrees with it?

      There is some research in link types and citation types to build on, e.g. https://sparontologies.github.io/cito/current/cito.html

    2. Immutable. The document cannot change.

      An argument for content-based identifiers. I think it's wanted to link different versions of a document with each other to allow for updates

    3. High Resolution Addressable. At different levels of granularity,

      Deep links via content locators, see https://github.com/jakobib/hypertext2019#readme

  11. Dec 2018
  12. Nov 2014
    1. Links must be stored in HTML files

      But what about links I want to add to documents that I don't own? "Layers for the Web"

      Doesn't Xanadu keep stuff separate somehow?