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chrisaldrich
chrisaldrich
Can’t wait to mark up my physical copy of @remikalir and @anterobot’s Annotation coming out on April 6th
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paulopinto
paulopinto

@chrisaldrich that seems very interesting. Will take a look.

chrisaldrich
chrisaldrich

@paulopinto I suspect the final book will have some additional material, but an early draft can be found at mitpressonpubpub.mitpress.mit.edu/annotatio...

paulopinto
paulopinto

@chrisaldrich page not found

paulopinto
paulopinto

@chrisaldrich i found the error. there's a point at the end of the url :) Thanks Chris.

paulopinto
paulopinto

@chrisaldrich are your comments in the webapge made using hypothes.is?

chrisaldrich
chrisaldrich

@paulopinto There are two types of annotations you may see on the PubPub platform. Some are done with Hypothes.is (which you'll only see if you're using their browser plugin or other means) and the annotations which are custom built into the PubPub system (these require you to create an account).

paulopinto
paulopinto

@chrisaldrich I'm using the hypothes.is bookmarklet in Safari

paulopinto
paulopinto

@chrisaldrich what is your procedure to transfer marginalia in physical books to your digital archive?

chrisaldrich
chrisaldrich

@paulopinto I'm tinkering at a stand-alone micropub client to do the work, but it'll be a while before I'm finished. In the meanwhile, I'm using an IFTTT recipe to port the Hypothes.is RSS Feed for my account to my micropub endpoint using this method.