Mostly the program I’m using does the arrow automatically for “child-of” and I kept it. I’m looking for quick input without too much fussing right now, staying on the keyboard. I had DOS software long ago – a beautiful outliner thing – but never could find anything to match and it won’t work under emulators.

it’s direction. if I was going to make a formal thing out of it, each arrow would have a description. But it’s basically broad to narrow.

 

Mostly the program I’m using does the arrow automatically for “child-of” and I kept it. I’m looking for quick input without too much fussing right now, staying on the keyboard. I had DOS software long ago – a beautiful outliner thing – but never could find anything to match and it won’t work under emulators.

 

Each one I can branch off of easily. For example, I had some notes on consciousness in octopus and another thing on sponges. I’d have a spot for that. It’s going to get messy soon but the program I’m using “yEd” makes it easy to rearrange the entire graph in a lot of different ways.
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There’s a name for this style. Can’t remember what it is. It’s indiscriminate whether a child node is an object or a property or a verb – just so long as it’s connected.
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