Exposition (like examples, exercises, instructions) which can include screenshot illustrations, comp-Lish
Protagonist yells: "Aaaaaagggghhhhhhhhhh...."
<p>representation Text Editor. This is also the location to find programs outlined as pseudocode written as comments.</p>
command-line interface (like console or git)
representation of database/tables/objects
data-visualization of the data-object contextualized in the narrative
Show Me: the data that's been identified as:
Hopefully, this will be large enough soon that a small database should be created to manage the written features.
However, for now:
Give a collaborator the ability to highlight phrases in ways that have meaning to you and you think will have meaning for them. It will be important to give a small reference table so he/she/they can understand what meaning you assign to the different highlighting. For example, on this page you can enter the given words at the top of the page and text that relates to that idea will highlight.
How can this help us?
When we write something, we can give parts of it names that help collaborators understand what we need from them, what kinds of things we're asking others to do, what semantic or logic gaps we may have and help improve content, practice, and work culture.
Give a potential path for a collaborator to find this kind of information or tool. For example, right now I have names this file currentStatus and placed this file in a folder named workMates. I have made another folder names workspace and in that workspace folder, I have made two other folders. One folder is named htmlExamples and another is named jsTools.
Inside the folder htmlExamples is another folder named highlightingHTML. If I need to direct you to that file, I can:
or I could give you a path: workspace -> htmlExamples -> highlightingHTML -> fileName.html
or since we are working together, we could have checked in with one another along the way and made sure that the names of folders were semantic or descriptive so I could say - Go to the area that has to do with the workspace, what I want you to look at will be in the form of an html and it will be an example of what I'm trying to communicate. The thing I'm trying to communicate is 'how to highlight specific text' so look around for something like that. On the webpage, text will be something that the browser understands as a string or that a browser will show Participants as textnodes in HTML elements. Keywords might be highlight, html, string, str.
Basically, we are building into the workspace the understanding of how we can help each other find information we may need by building a kind of landscape of keywords, concept 'locations', architecture so that we can use associative thinking to investigate our collective ideas and/or 'lay our hands' readily on content or code we might need.