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The world exploded into a whirling network of kinships, where everything pointed to everything else, everything explained everything else…

Enquire within upon everything.

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Jeremy Keith

June 16, 2016
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  1. The world exploded into a whirling network of kinships, where

    everything pointed to everything else, everything explained everything else.” “ —Umberto Eco Foucault’s Pendulum
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  3. apophenia

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  5. anchor

  6. <A NAME=0 HREF="WhatIs.html"> hypermedia </A> http://info.cern.ch/hypertext/WWW/TheProject.html

  7. http://info.cern.ch/hypertext/WWW/WhatIs.html

  8. archive

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  11. 80 symbols per line 40 lines per page 410 pages

    per book 3200 symbols per page 1312000 symbols per book
  12. The orthographic symbols are twenty-five in number.” “ In the

    vast library there are no two identical books.” “
  13. 1312000 25 1834097 10

  14. https://libraryofbabel.info/

  15. https://libraryofbabel.info/

  16. https://libraryofbabel.info/

  17. https://libraryofbabel.info/

  18. all

  19. Linnaeus Messier Dewey Wilkins Otlet

  20. Wilkins He divided the universe in forty categories or classes,

    these being further subdivided into differences, which was then subdivided into species. He assigned to each class a monosyllable of two letters; to each difference, a consonant; to each species, a vowel. For example: de, which means an element; deb, the first of the elements, fire; deba, a part of the element fire, a flame.” “
  21. Wilkins Leibniz

  22. ada

  23. In enabling mechanism to combine together general symbols in successions

    of unlimited variety and extent, a uniting link is established between the operations of matter and the abstract mental processes of the most abstract branch of mathematical science.” “ —Ada Lovelace
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  25. alan

  26. …an infinite tape marked out into squares, on each of

    which a symbol could be printed.” “ —Alan Turing Intelligent Machinery
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  28. a-machine

  29. atlantic

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  31. Wholly new forms of encyclopedias will appear, ready made with

    a mesh of associative trails running through them, ready to be dropped into the memex and there amplified.” “ —Vannevar Bush As We May Think
  32. augmentation

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  34. arpa

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  38. lo

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  42. TCP/IP

  43. email gopher ftp HTTP telnet TCP/IP

  44. HTTP WWW URLs HTML

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  49. …a solution based on a distributed hypertext system” “ —Tim

    Berners-Lee Information Management: A Proposal
  50. Memex Hypercard Xanadu ENQUIRE NLS

  51. Mesh

  52. The Information Mine

  53. World Wide Web

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  56. HTTP WWW URLs HTML

  57. HTML

  58. HTML Tags 21 elements

  59. <A>

  60. Today’s one-way hypertext—the World Wide Web—is far too shallow. The

    Xanadu project foresaw world-wide hypertext decades ago, and endeavored to create a much deeper system. The Web, however, took over with a very shallow structure.” “ —Ted Nelson The Xanadu Model
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  63. <a href="..." rel="...">

  64. <a href="..." rel="prev">

  65. <a href="..." rel="next">

  66. <a href="..." rel="author">

  67. <a href="..." rev="...">

  68. <a href="..." rev="prev" rel="next">

  69. vote-links

  70. <a href="..." rev="vote-for">

  71. <a href="..." rev="vote-against">

  72. XHTML Friends Network

  73. <a href="..." rel="friend"> http://gmpg.org/xfn/

  74. <a href="..." rel="colleague"> http://gmpg.org/xfn/

  75. <a href="..." rel="friend colleague"> http://gmpg.org/xfn/

  76. <a href="..." rel="me"> http://gmpg.org/xfn/

  77. adactio

  78. <a rel="me" href= "https://twitter.com/adactio"> <a rel="me" href= "https://github.com/adactio"> <a rel="me"

    href= "https://flickr.com/adactio">
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  80. <a rel="me nofollow" href= "https://adactio.com">

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  82. authentication

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  85. https://indiewebcamp.com

  86. https://brid.gy/

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  88. <a rel="me" href= "https://twitter.com/adactio">

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  90. The Garden of Forking Paths

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  93. The world exploded into a whirling network of kinships, where

    everything pointed to everything else, everything explained everything else.” “ —Umberto Eco Foucault’s Pendulum