On citation

Citation. Take it straight from the horse's mouth.

Let's make citations precise, while we limit them to the sources of direct and indirect quotations. Every screen has another linked to it for Annotations [TBD]. On those, let's freely extend documentation, argue fine points, and develop thoughts further.

Through it all, lets express ourselves liberally, in a manner worthy of free persons, attending to matters for their own sake. Citing and annotating liberally encourages and enables others to develop their thinking for themselves.

Here, let's engage work as the work of peers.
Shakespeare lived a human life, as you are doing


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