I connected what was interesting to me using Wikipedia categories over a period of a week or two.
After reaching about 1400, I stopped adding new ones.
Since then (the past week or so) I’ve been organizing and re-organizing the resulting graph (how the hyperlinks are all connected to each other) in various ways.
It uses graph theory or network theory but I don’t have to really know that stuff: just what it’s trying to do.
It has a feature: “Auto-group” where it can take a bunch that are together and figure out which things are closest together and it bunches them up. Then I can figure how who is dominant in that group and make a folder out of it.
I’ve been folding them up into folders, then unfolding them all and trying it a different way.
For my purposes, it’s a category in Wikipedia.
But what it means is a type of video game where different players can have different player mechanics and a different experience while playing together on the same map. So they may be playing together but operating with different rules.
For its analogous value. Humans can be in the same room in real life but be operating from entirely different principles from each other and have entirely different capabilities and indeed an entirely different experience