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Re: [emacs-humanities] Why Emacs-humanities?

From: Joe Corneli
Subject: Re: [emacs-humanities] Why Emacs-humanities?
Date: Wed, 07 Jul 2021 12:00:52 +0100

Jean, hi,

I looked at your hyperscope.link page watched some of your usage videos,
but I don’t find any installation instructions for Hyperscope.  It looks
nice, and I’ve worked on some related things in the past: I’d like to
give it a try!  Currently I’m using Org Roam a lot
... and I also am gearing up to get back to my own hypertext project
(http://arxana.net/), possibly in interoperation with Org Roam.
Hyperscope could fit into the mix.  Please advise!


Jean Louis writes:

> * Ihor Radchenko <yantar92@gmail.com> [2020-12-22 00:34]:
>> Stefan Kangas <stefan@marxist.se> writes:
>> > (I've been planning to look into org-roam and other Zettelkasten systems
>> > but haven't yet found the time or energy to dig very deep.  I did read
>> > the book "How to take Smart Notes", so maybe one day soon...)
>> I also recommend trying actual paper-based Zettelkasten. It feels
>> completely different from software solutions. I used the following link
>> as inspiration:
>> https://www.lesswrong.com/posts/NfdHG6oHBJ8Qxc26s/the-zettelkasten-method-1
> I read this message from you from December 2020. And I have read the
> website page as well. Not that I am using the Zettelkasten method by
> its principles, but Hyperscope Dynamic Knowledge Repository is similar
> to it. As I speak German, when I just hear the word it becomes quite
> clear to me and I get the concept straight, including the hyperlinks
> or references to other notes.
> The Analogy of a Zettel
> =======================
> Unique Identifier
> -----------------
> Body / Content
> -----------------
> Footer / References
> The Dynamic Knowledge Repository being developed is backed by the
> database, each entry has its ID which is unique. It can be
> theoretically changed, but users are advised not to do so. User need
> not think of the number as it gets always assigned unique number
> without thinking.
> Hyperscope Object
> =================
> 1234 
> sub-identifiers are attributes, parent nodes, etc.
> -----------------
> Body / Content
> -----------------
> References are related people, people assigned, groups, organizations,
> other objects, etc.
> In that sense my system is similar to Zettelkasten.

Dr Joseph A. Corneli (https://github.com/holtzermann17)

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