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Closing the loop on feedback using Hypothesis annotations

Closing the loop on feedback using Hypothesis annotations
Really excited about the possibility of moving closer to my dream of a transparent, revision trail of audits, edits, and feedback in my online writing. This is all due to a mix of Hypothesis, some indieweb voodoo, and brilliance from Chris Aldrich.

The posts I discuss:

Interviewing my digital domains

👓 Interviewing my digital domains | W. Ian O’Byrne

Some thoughts on highlights and marginalia with examples

 

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  • Remi Kalir
  • Heather Staines
  • Nate Angell
  • Hypothesis

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  • Aaron Davis

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  • Chris Aldrich
  • Too Long; Didn’t Read #155
  • William Ian O'Byrne

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