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Re: use Purple numbers!

So, my docs on the web have been pdf or Word.  Do purples make sense in 
those?  If so, how to put them in?    (01)

Jack    (02)

At 07:05 PM 6/20/2001 -0700, Eugene Eric Kim wrote:
>One of the things I'd _strongly_ recommend everyone do is use purple
>numbers when publishing documents.  This will allow us to easily make
>references to your papers for commentary, Topic Maps, and other purposes.
>Over the past several months, I have found the granular addressability so
>indispensable, I find it annoying when people don't use purple numbers.
>We currently have two good systems for automatically adding and
>maintaining the numbers: plink and Purple.
>     http://www.doctypes.org/plink/
>     http://www.eekim.com/software/purple/
>If you're publishing your papers in XHTML, then using plink is a
>no-brainer.  There's very little overhead on your part, and everyone else
>will benefit from the increased addressability.  If you're willing to deal
>with a bit of a learning curve, check out Purple.
>Either way, _please_ start using purple numbers.  Or, propose and build
>your own system for bootstrapping granular addressability onto your
>publishing system, so that the rest of us can take advantage of that
>+=== Eugene Eric Kim ===== eekim@eekim.com ===== http://www.eekim.com/ ===+
>|       "Writer's block is a fancy term made up by whiners so they        |
>+=====  can have an excuse to drink alcohol."  --Steve Martin  ===========+    (03)