Article Tags

Terms (A Guide)

In Education

Essay: Answering a specific question, or proposition(a statement or assertion that expresses a judgement or opinion): develops a skill in well argued response.

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Report: investigate, analyze information in detail, and logically. An action, solution, or proposal is often placed at the end of a report. Develops skills in writing material for an audience, collaboration, team members, or a manager.

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Journal: Develops ideas, insights, reflections on a subject. While it’s a resource that you can use for yourself, it can form the basis of books, and articles that you may want to write in the future.

Abstract: Very brief summary of research focus, methods, results/findings, and conclusions/recommendations. It may also be known as précis, synopsis, or executive summary in management. It’s considers a academic word. It is often written after the project, experiment, report, book, and so on is finished.

Abstracts may also be used to sell a project proposal, or a report that defines a certain sort of action: for example to write a book, do a experiment, or support for a final year project. Thus it’s a executive type summary that engages the reader, and encourages/sells-idea-for support.

Brief: often a business, or project version of a abstract

In This Document

This is an example of a summary (it’s shorter then the abstract below).

A style guide only.

The focus of all the documents here is to share information with various audiences, group members, or invested members, and groups. The leadership model and language is in general avoided here, unless the article requires it. Abstracts are accurate skeleton summaries  of existing articles, or used to encourage further investigation, interest, or get support from interested groups, and people.


Article: Here it’s general term, and could refer to any of the below classes of documents.

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Abstract: summary of book, article, or speech, in a very short way. Skeleton of article, or preview for the article. It may be an index or contents list, or use an index, or content list as an assistance for a summary. It may be produced after a project, or before a project based on a preliminary document, or video, or information (produced by person making abstract, or already existing on the internet for instance). It is the primary selling tool for further interest in a thing, or for existing material that encourages for further action of some sort. A short or trailer to a movie may be a sort of video abstract, or a video summary.

Brief: A short instruction, or short information for a task often. Here it may be a to-do list (often made as a private document), an edit tag on the contents list, a brief summary on how to produce documents here for example (in the style manual), a tag below that indicates the alignment of a group in an article is uncertain, top of articles under development (like: more music will be placed here), and occasionally in articles for various reasons (such as future edits/directions of an article, instructions to check for new group members often, limited time offer, links that need attention at some future date, and so on)

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Chronicle: Ordered list of events, often historical. The split of TVP and TZM

Essay: A short piece of writing on a particular subject. Example: Texting: http://wp.me/P10Tww-1vC. Quite a few articles here might be considered short essays.

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News: Noteworthy Information, previously unknown information. Example: News [article]: http://wp.me/P10Tww-2jO

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Notes: Key points, and information that stand out in memory about a topic, or subject. Example: Internet Protocol (IP) address standard Version 6 (IPv6) [article]: http://wp.me/p10Tww-2iA the internet is running out of room???

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Poems: Sometimes used to bring very complex ideas into a single line or two of text.

Post: Writing, picture, or other item that’s published online.

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Report: speech, or written report of something observed, heard, done, or investigated.

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Review: Critical appraisal of book, film, play.

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Summary: Short account, or statement about something, usually very long work, video, or film.

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Update: An update on a particular subject.

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Report vs Essay: A report usually has a wider focus on one or more topics. Essays tend to be shorter, and focused on one subject.

Journal: Very similar to notes, but more focused on personal notes. Often set to private.

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Journal vs Notes: Notes preferred, as they can be easily shared, & remembered  here.

Notes vs Reports: Reports are longer then Notes: e.g.: is there life in the universe?

Abstract vs Summary: Similar, abstracts tend to be shorter, but detailed skeletons. Summaries may be preferred for very long reports for example.

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Example of an Abstract that accurately defines the rest of this article, and it also includes a definition of terms. In this case it is longer then the summary above.

The following Document Types, and the the codes for tags used for the document types, can be divided for use in articles (defined above, and further described below) and pages.

Articles
  • Come in several types
  • Are not generally published in page section
  • Not all receive color codes
  • Some may be marked in the continents list
  • Some may have a particular style
Pages
  • Pages in general don’t get color tags, or markings
  • Pages may get a particular style

The the tags, and other types of marks (or lack of) is to assist in the focus on what the article is broadly about for future edits.


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Document types

Helps keep a focus when a document is reviewed, and edited at some future date. It may also help in dividing a document into smaller parts in some cases.

Journals: generally set to private and can have any formatting desired, unless they are set to public. In general setting a document, or page to private marks them. If they are an article, they may receive WordPress categories, and tags as required.

  1. Work area: Not marked in any way (contents list may use highlighting methods).
  2. Article Needs Major Work, Or is Empty (or nearly so): Tagged on contents list.
  3. Related to Gharr
  4. Project—Collaboration, Communication, Organizing Tools, Useful Group Tools
  5. Notes/Essay: usually on one topic
  6. Notes/Essay/Report: The Venus Project and/or Resource Based Economy
  7. News: Sudden (possibly unexpected) News on Particular Significant Subject, or Significant Person—as defined by Gharr
  8. News: Hiatus: Uses Hiatus Pen, and headings.
  9. News: Twitter, WordPress or other social media
  10. Review: games, movie, software, programming languages and so on.
  11. Report: related to news; something observed, heard, done, or investigated.
  12. Report or Article: about Globally Significant Events
  13. Report or Article: about a controversial subject
  14. Information: contains data, definitions, numbers, symbols, acronyms, tables, graphs, formulas, constants,  information based videos, audio information, links list, lists, texting, icons, emoji, quotes: usually published in pages section
  15. Information: related to fiction, fictional characters, games.
  16. Information: Lists of interesting groups, people, websites (may inc. short articles)
  17. Information: Calendar, Chronological: usually published in pages section
  18. Information/Brief: Instructional
  19. Style Manual, Punctuation Guide, Spelling Guide: usually published in pages section
  20. Contact Lists: usually published in pages section
  21. Legends: report/essay/notes about how an organization and/or person relates to TVP and a RBE
  22. Named Organization of Interest: A select summary of the organization
  23. Named Person & Topic Of Interest: A Short Bio written with respect to a particular points of interest about a person.
  24. Named Person, or Organization whose position (often in relation to The Venus Project)  on selected subjects is unknown at the moment, but is producing interesting material.
  25. Named, Nick-named, Abstracted, Implied Person, or Group that article is dedicated to (such as the thank you article)
  26. Pictures: obvious
  27. Technical subject/report, In Progress Report (often very technical), Complex Subject Report
  28. Program: specific Style of document
  29. Project Related
  30. Ideas, Brain-storming, Mind-maps, Concepts, Solutions, Thoughts
  31. Milestone Event
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  34. Summary: short summary of a very large work such as a film, book, or very long article.
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  42. Other (usually labeled also)
  43. Nexus: Obvious by formatting.

 

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Working Area Standard Divider

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Alternative bordered code tags exist to make it easier on the eye then the tags are placed inside documents. On some pages and articles, the borders may need to be manually adjusted to make it easier on the eyes.

1) Work area: Not marked in any way (contents list may use highlighting methods).
2) Article Needs Major Work, Or is Empty (or nearly so): Tagged on contents list.
3) Related to Gharr
Code: #00b0b0;

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4) Project—Collaboration, Communication, Organizing Tools, Useful Group Tools

Code: #0080f0;

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5) Notes or Essay: usually on one topic
Code: #202277;

Notes

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Essay

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6) Notes: The Venus Project and/or Resource Based Economy
Code: #fefa80;

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7) News: Sudden (possibly unexpected) News on Particular Significant Subject, or Significant Person—as defined by Gharr
Code: #88fe88;

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8) News: Hiatus: Uses Hiatus Pen, and headings.
9) News: Twitter, WordPress or other social media
Code: #00aa00;

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10) Review: games, movie, software, programming languages and so on.
Code: #005500;

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11) Report: related to news; something observed, heard, done, or investigated.
Code: #202277;

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12) Report or Article: about Globally Significant Events
Code: #f04040;

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13) Report or Article: about a controversial subject
Code: #f04040;

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14) Info: data
15) Information: related to fiction, fictional characters, games.
Code: #4444cc;

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16) Information: Lists of interesting groups, people, websites (may inc. short articles)
The above is only used in the contents list.

<span style="background-color: #ffd0b0;">Information: Lists, groups, websites></span><span style="color: #ff6600;"> ✎</span>

17) Information: Calendar, Chronological
18) Information: Instructional
Code: #fec0fe;

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19) Style Manual, Punctuation Guide, Spelling Guide
20) Contact Lists
21) Legends: notes about how an organization and/or person relates to TVP and a RBE
Code: #d8b040;

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22) Named Organization of Interest: A select summary of the organization
Code: #525200;

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23) Named Person & Topic Of Interest: A Short Bio written with respect to a particular points of interest about a person.
Code: #525200;

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24) Named Person, or Organization whose position (often in relation to The Venus Project) on selected subjects is unknown at the moment, but is producing interesting material.
Code: #b8b800;

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25) Named, Nick-named, Abstracted, Implied Person, or Group that article is dedicated to (such as the thank you article)
Code: #f06040;

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26) Pictures
27) Technical subject, In Progress Report (often very technical), Complex Subject Report
Code: #a0a0a0;

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In Progress, In Edit

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28) Programs
29) Project Related
Code: #0080f0;

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30) Ideas, Brain-storming, Mind-maps, Concepts, Solutions, Thoughts
Code: #3366ff;

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31) Milestone Event
Code: #857cab;

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32) Unused
Code: #bebefe;

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33) Unused
Code: #ffd0b0;

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34) Summary: short summary of a very large work such as a film, book, or very long article.
Code: #80fafe;

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35) Unused
Code: #b22d00;

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37) Unused
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38) Unused
Code: #d0d0d0;

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39) Unused
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41) Unused
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42) Other (usually labeled also)
Code: #000000;

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43) Nexus: Obvious by formatting.

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