Seems awkward. Need flexible structure for everything, not just collaboration,
to augment intelligence.
Eric Armstrong wrote:
> To my mind, the consideration of links in an email
> system stems from a lack of familiarity with outliners.
> That leads to a desire for a message like this:
> [me]I think that in _link_to_message9_ when you state
> that "_quote_from_msg9_", you need to have
> your head examined, because as _personX_ clearly
> stated in _link_to_message8_, the answer is
> obvious. To whit: "_quote_from_msg8_".
> An outline-oriented conversation, on the other hand,
> would look more like this:
> [personX]1...msg8 -- subject ...
> [personX]2...msg8 -- more...
> [personX]3...msg8 -- more ...
> [personY]2...msg9 -- point made ...
> [me]You need to have your head examined.
> See [personX.1].
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