Ted Nelson

Reading the work of Ted Nelson in my own workspace led to the following:

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I outline major papers in the same way, as seen here:

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[listing key themes from readings on neoliberalism…]

Aside, there is something very wonderful about Wunderlist… for those of us who have lists of lists. Surprisingly, nothing was lost when I went from literally marking things off my list to hearing a bell “ding” when an item was removed from my list. I would like to think this is the type of organization and use of the instruments that we are working towards.

Because in the end, we can only connect so much.

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One Response to Ted Nelson

  1. Anna says:

    Very interesting to see how you organize your work! I suppose we have to do something like this to keep track of all relevant literature when preparing a paper, whether it’s in our minds (probably not), physically written down, or in some series of linked texts (draft1.txt, draft2.txt, etc.)

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