@rlafuente oh god, i haven't gotten back to it in a while. Honestly meant to be very simple, as what I use for me website : files & folders turned into a site.
So, unlike are.na,, an item is not really meant to go on different boards (although i could use tags, as on my website actually)
@yhancik I like the simple approach! I've been mulling the idea of personal inspiration archives for a couple of years, and slowly experimenting in what could work. Hence my curiosity
@rlafuente I like the idea of something I could use as a local archive (the source folders, with markdown files and media, that I can read/browse/search with Zettlr, or any other similar software in the future), which can also have a public version (very convenient for my students, and entirely inspired by the influential website of a former teacher of mine http://www.multimedialab.be/cours/). The fact that it's also meant to be public should be an added motivation to maintain this archive properly ;)
@rlafuente the fact that something like are.na allows you to pick someone's block and put it in your own collection is interesting, though. That had me wonder about the way static websites can be "social", even if somewhat asynchronously (or if they should at all). Can a static page offer something (a xml/json/yaml file? a zip export?) that could make the content transportable? I don't know.
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