I will soon be writing a spec for a semantic markup language (likely a variant on HTML, but with hardly any presentation elements). The first use will be for a social media system, but it should be applicable to documents in general.
What prior art should I know about?
What else do I need to know, in order to not fuck this up?
If you're feeling hackerish, here's the script that I used to remove all local MP3/M4A files that had a streaming counterpart on Spotify:
It is proven! I am dstiller on Keybase: https://keybase.io/dstiller/sigchain#100788285282a432fdb444b893e53008e893c993cb153de0e1d303ebedd0124f0f
So far this is stark, dystopian. It is ongoing divorce from emotional burdens, obviating them intellectually, delegating.
Yeah, so, doing some research, I completed a PornHub survey, and discovered that I had not noticed that this summer I entered into the dreaded 35-44 demographic. Shit.
I am now actually Middle-Aged, which I used to joke happened to musicians and hackers when we are caught sober in a Denny's and the day shift is on duty. Fuck.
Musician, hacker, nutcase.
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