Revision history for ThreadMode


Revision [11218]

Last edited on 2012-02-21 07:16:28 by AmandaPearson
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ThreadMode contributions are phrased in first-person and are signed. The writer can place the entry near the material it addresses rather than simply placing it at the end of the exchange with the use of a WikiWord.
- A WikiWord is any words, two or more, that are simply pressed together to form a link. The first letter of each word must be Capitalized and there must be no space between the words.
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ThreadMode contributions are phrased in first-person and are signed. The writer can place the entry near the material it addresses rather than simply placing it at the end of the exchange.


Revision [8803]

Edited on 2010-03-14 22:48:57 by MichaelPapke [Put the mechanics before the philosophy]
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Think of ThreadMode like a classic internet forum board. Someone can create a post, or in this case an entire page, and then others can reply to it. Unlike a forum board however, in ThreadMode anyone can edit the original post.


Revision [7721]

Edited on 2009-06-02 07:55:54 by MorganAdmin [Put the mechanics before the philosophy]
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- Create a variant of the entry.


Revision [7720]

Edited on 2009-06-02 07:55:18 by MorganAdmin [Put the mechanics before the philosophy]
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- MeatBall:ThreadMode
- Wiki:ThreadMode
- Add a comment furthering the conversation.
- Edit older comments to improve the flow, or to re-open a discussion that has become closed. It's ok to trim ThreadMode redundancies to open the discussion. But be respectful to maintain meaning.
- Edit ThreadMode entries to create WikiWords, either OpenEndedWikiWords, or linked.
- Split conversations by moving them to a new page. Develop each further.
- Capture the ideas of the thread in a paragraph that suggests a pattern for the DocumentMode
- ...
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* MeatBall:ThreadMode
* Wiki:ThreadMode
* Add a comment furthering the conversation.
* Edit older comments to improve the flow, or to re-open a discussion that has become closed. It's ok to trim ThreadMode redundancies to open the discussion. But be respectful to maintain meaning.
* Edit ThreadMode entries to create WikiWords, either OpenEndedWikiWords, or linked.
* Split conversations by moving them to a new page.
* Capture the ideas of the thread in a paragraph that suggests a pattern for the DocumentMode
* ...


Revision [6719]

Edited on 2009-02-11 16:35:32 by MorganAdmin [Put the mechanics before the philosophy]
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ThreadMode is not off-the-cuff, sermonic, or preachy. ThreadMode is public thinking: designed, considered, and polite. Even ThreadMode presents a position, a way of understanding, clearly and persuasively. It's not a SoapBox so much as a SandboxOfIdeas.
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ThreadMode is ''not'' off-the-cuff, ''not'' sermonic, ''not'' preachy. ThreadMode is public thinking: designed, considered, and polite. Even ThreadMode presents a position, a way of understanding, clearly and persuasively. It's not a SoapBox so much as a SandboxOfIdeas.


Revision [3504]

Edited on 2008-02-15 11:20:57 by BethJensen [Put the mechanics before the philosophy]
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ThreadMode is tentative rather than absolute; opinionated but not seeking closure; exploratory and so seeking light rather than winning ground. ThreadMode writing is grounded in specifics to make sense of abstractions. It's end is to help others understand and create, not to win. It's an attitude.
ThreadMode contributions are phrased in first-person and are signed. The writer can place the entry near the material it addresses rather than simply placing it at the end of the exchange.
Deletions:
ThreadMode is tentative rather than absolute; opinionated but not seeking closure; exploratory and so seeking light rather than winning ground. ThreadMode writing is grounded in specifics to make sense of abstractions. It's end it to help others understand and create, not to win. It's an attitude.
ThreadMode contributions are phrased in first-person and are signed. The writer can place the entry near the material it addresses rather than simply placing them at the end of the exchange.


Revision [2937]

Edited on 2007-12-26 13:37:55 by MorganAdmin [Put the mechanics before the philosophy]
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CategoryWiki CategoryWikiHandbook
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CategoryWiki CategoryWritingWithAWiki


Revision [2870]

Edited on 2007-12-26 12:19:28 by MorganAdmin [Put the mechanics before the philosophy]
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CategoryWiki CategoryWritingWithAWiki
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CategoryWiki CategoryWikiText


Revision [2869]

Edited on 2007-12-26 12:17:39 by MorganAdmin [Put the mechanics before the philosophy]
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CategoryWiki CategoryWikiText
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CategoryWiki


Revision [406]

Edited on 2007-01-08 23:12:13 by MorganAdmin [Put the mechanics before the philosophy]

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Revision [405]

Edited on 2007-01-08 23:11:46 by MorganAdmin [Put the mechanics before the philosophy]
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>>See DocumentMode | RefactoringPages | StyleGuide
For limits of ThreadMode, see Wiki:ThreadModeConsideredHarmful. The concerns on this page are readily answered by rhetoric.>>=====ThreadMode=====
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=====ThreadMode=====>>See DocumentMode | RefactoringPages | StyleGuide
For limits of ThreadMode, see Wiki:ThreadModeConsideredHarmful. The concerns on this page are readily answered by rhetoric.>>


Revision [396]

Edited on 2007-01-08 23:03:51 by MorganAdmin [Put the mechanics before the philosophy]

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Revision [392]

Edited on 2007-01-08 22:57:35 by MorganAdmin [Put the mechanics before the philosophy]

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Revision [391]

Edited on 2007-01-08 22:55:43 by MorganAdmin [Put the mechanics before the philosophy]
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=====ThreadMode=====>>See DocumentMode | RefactoringPages | StyleGuide
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=====ThreadMode=====
>>See DocumentMode | RefactoringPages | StyleGuide


Revision [390]

Edited on 2007-01-08 22:55:05 by MorganAdmin [Put the mechanics before the philosophy]
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=====ThreadMode=====


Revision [389]

Edited on 2007-01-08 22:54:30 by MorganAdmin [Put the mechanics before the philosophy]

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Revision [388]

Edited on 2007-01-08 22:53:05 by MorganAdmin [Put the mechanics before the philosophy]

No Differences

Revision [387]

Edited on 2007-01-08 22:52:12 by MorganAdmin [Put the mechanics before the philosophy]
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For limits of ThreadMode, see Wiki:ThreadModeConsideredHarmful. The concerns on this page are readily answered by rhetoric.>>
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For limits of ThreadMode, see Wiki:ThreadModeConsideredHarmful. The concerns on this page are readily answered by rhetoric.
>>


Revision [386]

Edited on 2007-01-08 22:51:26 by MorganAdmin [Put the mechanics before the philosophy]
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For limits of ThreadMode, see Wiki:ThreadModeConsideredHarmful. The concerns on this page are readily answered by rhetoric.
>>
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For limits of ThreadMode, see Wiki:ThreadModeConsideredHarmful. The concerns on this page are readily answered by rhetoric.>>


Revision [385]

Edited on 2007-01-08 22:50:57 by MorganAdmin [Put the mechanics before the philosophy]
Additions:
>>See DocumentMode | RefactoringPages | StyleGuide
For limits of ThreadMode, see Wiki:ThreadModeConsideredHarmful. The concerns on this page are readily answered by rhetoric.>>
Deletions:
See DocumentMode | RefactoringPages | StyleGuide
For limits of ThreadMode, see Wiki:ThreadModeConsideredHarmful. The concerns on this page are readily answered by rhetoric.


Revision [148]

The oldest known version of this page was created on 2006-12-13 13:41:05 by MorganAdmin [Put the mechanics before the philosophy]
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