inscript -> notes -> knowledge management -> maps of content
maps of content(MOCs) => a "fluid framework" of "digital workbenches" that allow for groups of notes to be categorized by theme and outlined, paraphrased even...1
In a cyclical process, MOCs...
evolve and are expanded and contracted as details disseminates outwards into independent notes, and becomes codified as "evergreen notes"
Three stages in developing MOCs:
are meant to encourage positive feedback loops
result in "meaningful spatial constellations that help us navigate thought"
become "non-destructive, non-limiting, fluid, augmented layers"
- collect, curate, incubate
-> like beyblades for ideas? -->
I'm not opposed to dialectical propositional (argumentative) analysis, but why introduce conflict into the situation?
- battle, collide, dismember, combine, craft, discover
- enjoy and use
1) Relevant forum thread from Nick Milo on MOCs (who I believe is their creator)⭧