25 September 2006

XML Footnote

One thing that's overwhelming with all this XML-data I've acquired is how to quickly organize it. What if there was a way to auto-place supporting material in a presentation or blog.

Let's say you’re writing a report. You've got footnotes. You've got XML feeds and data in your aggregator. Wouldn't it be neat to quickly integrate the footnote information and format with the blog, and auto-place the footnotes, extract the references from the XML feed in the aggregator, and have this done automatically?

Just click on a reference. Have an auto-tool which numbered the content, created a footnote code, and then dropped the information and supporting material at the end of the blog or public document.

Consider a blog: We post using text. What if there was a way to quickly load a scrolling link-column, and that column auto-linked to flash-expanding windows. Every time I selected a window, it would open, and I could select from an internal blog, and auto-place content at the end of the blog, or create foot notes.

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One thing that's overwhelming with all this XML-data I've acquired is how to quickly organize it. What if there was a way to auto-place supporting material in a presentation or blog.

Let's say you’re writing a report. You've got footnotes. You've got XML feeds and data in your aggregator. Wouldn't it be neat to quickly integrate the footnote information and format with the blog, and auto-place the footnotes, extract the references from the XML feed in the aggregator, and have this done automatically?

Just click on a reference. Have an auto-tool which numbered the content, created a footnote code, and then dropped the information and supporting material at the end of the blog or public document.

Consider a blog: We post using text. What if there was a way to quickly load a scrolling link-column, and that column auto-linked to flash-expanding windows. Every time I selected a window, it would open, and I could select from an internal blog, and auto-place content at the end of the blog, or create foot notes.

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