Style Manual: Part Two: End Notes, and Footnotes (functionally different meaning)

Style Manual: Part Two: End Notes, and Footnotes (functionally different meaning)

๐Ÿ”ท Fancy footwork // They call it a dance // A powerful event that audiences enjoy // The show is about to start // We better hurry!

Preface

A preface is omnipresent, it can be written after the project is finished, it can be the taster that encourages team members, or the audience to read on.

The meaning of footnotes is redefined here, as websites don’t have pages, or regularly spaced sections where readers might expect to find them.

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This has the good smile company: often used as part of shares: _/|\_ Satellite Zuki [article]: http://wp.me/p10Tww-4pc

Had to put that in, in-case my #Techno #Chan bosses check in to see what I am doing ๐Ÿ˜‰ #Hard #Work O_O’, and #Endorsing, and #Promoting all the really #Important things in #Life.

It is about weaving a pattern that is entertaining. Sharing information, good ideas, concepts, and making something fun, and entertaining deals with who we are, and it seems to be removed from mechanical like efficiency. It’s no good to be highly efficient, if no one is interested in that… do it only if people use that efficiency, without knowing it… like a shoe, it can assist you to walk and run, and produce energy, but you might never realize it, even though you wear shoes every day.

There is a reason so much work is put into shaping a document, and they may even be functional.

Doing edits on material here, seems to not only generate articles like this one, but additional content, as I visit old producers, think about people’s lives, like #Crystal, and stumble on new content. It is an unexpected byproduct of doing a task that should be boring, and very straight forward. Have worked full on for days now, and feel I have only touched the tip of the iceberg. I generate entertaining things as I do the edits also, did not expect that either.

Thinking about how this new documentation system can be used for older articles. Can they be made mainstream in my work again…

How should I navigate through the thousand or so pages that exist here. There are so many possibilities.

Key

Your document may not have all the sections mentioned here in the key, usually you will have less. These end-note, footnote, and note marker symbols are optional, and some documents may not have, or need them.

This key has been put into a separate document, so you can hyperlink the key page (a section here) into any article using this shortened link:

๐Ÿšฉ Key for End Notes, Footnotes, and Notes Symbols [article]: https://wp.me/P10Tww-4Hy โญ

Found below a paragraph, or part such as a pre-made tweet

โœŽ๐Ÿ—’ Note: placed under paragraph, or parts such as a pre-made tweet.

At the Dividing Line for a Section, or a Heading Level

A footnoteโ€ข has a matching symbol that can be found near a line dividing a section, or near a section end marker, such as a heading level. Footnotes are generally not references here, but short notes that are too large to fit into the brackets or em-rule.

Found In the End Notes Section

A short note โ€–โ’ถ that is often hyperlinked to send the reader to the End Notes section for short notes, and expanded references. If a footnote becomes too large, it will be sent here instead.

Random facts (II) use bracket enclosed roman numerals, but are not generally placed in the main article as they are slightly distracting, as other markers can perform this function. They tend to hold facts that are related to the main article. Generally they are not hyperlinked, as the information they contain is not considered critical, or high priority. Highly critical, and priority facts will be in the glossary. A table of contents will usually indicate if a glossary is included in your document.

Pure supporting references2.1.1 are always numbers, and are hyperlinked to the particular reference that exists in the End Notes section. Nearly all references will go in this section, and not in the short-note, footnote, or random fact section. This section only holds references that are relevant to the main document.

In The End Notes Section You Will Also Find

A) ๐Ÿ– random notes not related to the main article. They are organized in alphabetical order. Many different thoughts occur while working on a project.

โญ Brainstorming, and Unrelated Notes, fragments ๐Ÿ–Š ๐Ÿ–‹ ๐Ÿ–Œ ๐Ÿ– ๐Ÿ’ญ โญ ๐Ÿ’Ž ๐Ÿšฉ โš  that don’t have a particular structure, and may even be incomplete sentences or fragments.

Table Of Contents

Since the headings are topics, they are placed in the list here with indentations that represents their level independent of heading size. Normally the level, and the heading size are linked. The level rule is broken here for convenience.

  1. Introduction
  2. End Notes and Footnotes (with functionally different meaning) exist inside the structure of a document
  3. Heading Styles That Exist Inside a Document
    1. Document Header
    2. Heading 1
    3. Heading 2
      1. Various End Note Sections
    4. Heading 3
    5. Style 1) for heading 4 and 5
      1. Heading 4 [default: used]
      2. Heading 5 [default: used]
    6. Heading 6
    7. Style 2) [for]… heading 4 and 5
      1. Alternative Style: The heading 4 Size… [not used]
      2. Alternative Style: The heading 5 Size… [not used]
  4. Interviews: includes some significant references
  5. Words Used In Lists, and multilevel lists
  6. Style for notes inside the actual text, or paragraph blocks.
  7. Style For End Notes
    1. Main End Notes Section: References Numbered๐Ÿ–Š
    2. Main End Notes Section: Short Notes and Expanded References ๐Ÿ–‹
    3. Main End Notes Section: Random Facts ๐Ÿ–Œ
    4. Main End Notes Section: brainstorming, thoughts, divergences, sparks from here to related memories, fragments, and/or random thoughts
    5. Main End Notes Section: Footnotes (also called short notes here)
    6. Main End Notes Section: Resources
    7. Linking to sections of a document
    8. Main End Notes Section: Sample Pre-made Core Documentation Section Example

Introduction

There are very formal, standard ways to do referencing, and documentation. Here there is a requirement for quality notes, that don’t interfere with operations, creativity, and also allows for articles to be made in a speedy way.

However the backdrop to all this, a huge number of contacts, and the fact that the numbers of articles here is getting quite large, has caused the need for more sophisticated methods, and yet there is a desire to make it all look good if possible.

There seems to be a element of art to all this…

End Notes and Footnotes (with functionally different meaning) exist inside the structure of a document

A divider shown here is usually put in place to divide the sections of a document, especially the ones that exist on the internet, where the pages don’t have a specific length. They also form a good place to separate footnotesโ€ข from other sections of a document.

โ€ข Footnotes: “an additional piece of information printed at the bottom of a page” ~ wiki 2018. Here they tend not to be references, and are usually short notes that don’t fit inside the brackets of a document. References tend to sit inside the “1) Main End Notes Section: References Numbered๐Ÿ–Š” section.


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Heading Styles That Exist Inside a Document

  • The Venus Project
    • Automation
    • Interviews
  • Notes
  • Milestones
  • Music Section
  • End Notes
    • End Notes: Numeric Section
    • End Notes: Short Notes Section (Alphabetic Symbols), that includes functionally different footnotes.
    • End Notes: Random Facts (Roman Numerals)
    • End Notes: Random Notes (Actual Alphabetic)
    • Brainstorming, and Unrelated Notes, fragments ๐Ÿ–Š ๐Ÿ–‹ ๐Ÿ–Œ ๐Ÿ– ๐Ÿ’ญ โญ ๐Ÿ’Ž ๐Ÿšฉ โš 
  • End Matter (Standard End Of Document Section)

The Document header Size

Only one of these, so why not make it stick out. It looks a little odd when placed inside the document, as it outshines the local heading 1 size. It is the document name.

The heading 1 Size, used as a End Notes Header

<h1 style="color: #99ccff;">The heading 1 Size, used as a End Notes Header</h1>

Standard headings, used throughout the document. The end notes section will use this header size. It too, looks a little out of place here, given that a similar heading is used above, and this section upstages it, to seemingly create it’s own section

The heading 2 Size: Various End Notes Sections

<h2 style="color: #ffaa55;">The heading 2 Size: Various End Notes Sections</h2>

  • End Notes: Numbered Sections
  • End Notes: Small End Notes, that includes a redefined footnotes (functionally different) sections
  • End Notes: Tiny End Notes; Factoids, bits, fragments, not necessarily related to document
  • End Notes: (just thoughts, divergences, sparks from here to related memories, and/or random thoughts)

Style 1) or Style 2) for The heading 4 and 5

<h3 style="color: #ff99cc;">Style 1) or Style 2) for The heading 4 and 5</h3>

while “Style 2) The heading 3 Size: Short End Notes, alternative heading 4 and 5” looks good, the more practical one is “Style 1) The heading 3 Size: Short End Notes” as it is easier on the eyes and to read. Would suggest always going with Style 1.

Style 1) The heading 3 Size: Short End Notes

Short notes actually has three sections, that describe it, and This heading size us used for that.

  • Might be thought of as a discussion area
  • Longer forms of the footnote, or contains more than just a link to other material.
  • They will generally not go beyond 26 items, which is quite a long number of references anyway.

Below is heading size 4 and 5 in all capitols, and full sized text, which is easier to read.

THE HEADING 4 SIZE: A SUB-TOPIC OF HEADING 3 MATERIAL (Preferred Style)

<h4 style="color: #66cccc;">THE HEADING 4 SIZE: A SUB-TOPIC OF HEADING 3 MATERIAL (Preferred Style)</h4>

Should text, for arts sake, be related to the heading size?

Heading size 4 might not be used often. But it’s there if needed.

There is some argument that Heading 4 should be in all capitols, and the text here should be of a normal size. there is no harm of copying this stuff into a different format here to check out that idea.

As you can imagine, there can sub-topics that lie below the Heading 4 Material.

THE HEADING 5 SIZE: A SUB-TOPIC OF HEADING 4 MATERIAL (Preferred Style)

<h5 style="color: #8888ff;">THE HEADING 5 SIZE: A SUB-TOPIC OF HEADING 4 MATERIAL (Preferred Style)</h5>

Should text, for arts sake, be related to the heading size?

One of the most mysterious things about Heading 5, is that it’s one of the smallest subdivisions of the heading system (at least I thought so initially). What happens if we need to divide a topic below this level…

Topics will rarely require more then three heading levels. Larger topics tend to require more heading styles. To get an idea of scale, Gharr’s pearl-tree collection is huge. But if you take a careful look at it, you can pluck out branches, and make the whole thing into smaller parts. If you find yourself writing a lot of stuff at the heading level 5 level, it may be time to promote that part into a separate document. You may need to promote some of the headings to a higher level to achieve that.

That essentially answers the question of what happens if a heading level that is of a higher part then level 5 is required.

TEST FOR HEADING 6

<h6 style="color: #800000;">TEST FOR HEADING 6</h6>

Okay… it seems heading size 6 does exist… so this is in fact the smallest sub-division for WordPress. That corresponds to the number of headings mentioned in a HTML reference โ€–โ’ถ. You have one more level in theory till you run out of sub-divisions for headings.

In fact, more levels of headings are possible, and mixed-level lists give a clue on how this can be done. Lists may also be used as an alternative automated heading style below level six, if a lot of editing is going to happen:

  1. Heading sub-divisions higher then H6
  2. Lists give away some clues on how this can be done
  3. Lists also show the structure of such sub-heading sytles
  4. ย h7
    1. h8
      1. h9
        1. h10
          1. h11
            1. h12
      2. h9
        1. h10
          1. h11
            1. h12
  5. Multi-levels give away clues on how to make additional headings

1.A.(i).a.b.cโง

Is an example of a level 12 heading. This would be placed directly below the sub-level 11: 1.A.(i).a.bโง heading style.

1.A.(i).a.b.dโง

Another way to representing these sub-heading styles is to use:

  • 1.A.(i).a.b.d)
  • 1.A.(i).a.b.d#

2โง

Is an example of a level 7 heading. Sub-headings below level 10 may revert to numbers to avoid the problem of three letter words that might be offensive, or distracting. Example:

  • 1.A.(ii).a.1.2โง

2.Aโง

Is an example of a level 8 heading. It’s placed directly below the sub-level 7: 2โง heading style.

The multi-list level method does have problems if it’s not automated, as placing a level above a existing one, can mean changing the labels for all the existing above sub-level names. Since they are based on lists, lists can be used to get that automation.

โ€–โ’ถ Reference to six heading sizes: https://www.w3schools.com/tags/tag_hn.asp

Style 2) The heading 3 Size: Short End Notes, alternative heading 4 and 5

Here we use sub-heading that are not fully capitalized, and text that is of a smaller size.

It may be harder to read, but it looks nicer, as it does make the heading 3 material stick out

Style changes for H6 to H12 are not included here.

The heading 4 Size: A sub-topic of the Heading 3 material

Should text, for arts sake, be related to the heading size?

Heading size 4 might not be used often. But it’s there if needed.

There is some argument that Heading 4 should be in all capitols, and the text here should be of a normal size. there is no harm of copying this stuff into a different format here to check out that idea.

As you can imagine, there can sub-topics that lie below the Heading 4 Material.

The heading 5 Size: A sub-topic of the Heading 4 material.

Should text, for arts sake, be related to the heading size?

One of the most mysterious things about Heading 5, is that it’s one of the smallest subdivisions of the heading system. What happens if we need to divide a topic below this level…

Topics will rarely require more then three heading levels. Larger topics tend to require more heading styles. To get an idea of scale, Gharr’s pearl-tree collection is huge. But if you take a careful look at it, you can pluck out branches, and make the whole thing into smaller parts. If you find yourself writing a lot of stuff at the heading level 5 level, it may be time to promote that part into a separate document. You may need to promote some of the headings to a higher level to achieve that.

That essentially answers the question of what happens if a heading level that is of a higher part then level 5 is required.


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Interviews

A lot of people, and groups actually really dislike the word interview, but If I discuss, or listen to something, and record and share it, it is an interview to me. It may carry less weight then a main media outlet, but the sharing of information will occur. The resultant records might be the stuff that is thought about years down the line also.

A twitter time line only has structure if you make one. Otherwise they remain as individual tweets, or posts if you like.

There is actually some structure to tweets if you look for it, they can be small groups of related tweets, or tweets of a very long discussion.

1) This is an example of an interview: โ˜† The Robot (with artificial intelligence) Garden and Farm Mix [article]: http://wp.me/p10Tww-3X3

2) Another example of an interview: โ˜† The Crystalline Structure Mix [article]: http://wp.me/p10Tww-3VI

3) An #AI interview: โ˜† Evolving Language, #Transhumans, AI, and robots [article]: http://wp.me/p10Tww-3Vp

4) This is an example of a record of a line of thoughts: โ˜† The ็€็‰ฉ๏ผˆkimono๏ผ‰ Mix [article]: http://wp.me/p10Tww-3RR

5) This is an example of a tightly made little document: โ˜† YouTube And The Scarcity Model [article]: http://wp.me/p10Tww-3LR

6) This is a long document that shares a program: Program to indent/un-indent text file code (source code) once line numbers are known [article]: http://wp.me/p10Tww-3d9

7) โ˜† Video Production, Special Effects, Rotoscoping & Adding Sound Effects [article]: http://wp.me/p10Tww-2L4 #Vocaloid #MMD connects to some really huge documents that exist here, and show how documents that are very large can be divided into smaller parts.

8) World (International) Cat Day and Forgotten Machines [article]: http://wp.me/p10Tww-1TU is another example of a structured document.

9) Always liked The Six Thinking Hats: http://bit.ly/hbePPW, http://pear.ly/QNp9 article, feel it was well made.

10) EMERGY: General systems theoryโ€“Energy Systems Language โ€“ http://bit.ly/aYwch9 is probably an article that could do with a lot more work, it’s a very interesting subject.

11) Are there 150,000,000,000,000,000 alien civilizations in our universe waiting 4 us 2 notice them? http://bit.ly/c3GhJ6, http://pear.ly/QbM1 is one of my earlier articles, when I was unsure of what people liked to share. It’s mixes maths, in with the documentation, and has a nice structure, for such a complex work.

โ˜† Premade Pages and Posts [article]: http://wp.me/P10Tww-3Av shows how interviews can be structured in a list like way.

โ˜† tl;dr [article]: http://wp.me/s10Tww-tldr gives away some ides how a document can be structured.

Structure can be used as a way of organizing a listed interview, into known heading names.

โ˜† (CC) picture of TVP Symbol [article]: http://wp.me/p10Tww-3cW gives some information about creative commons and so on.

โ˜† Operational Details for the Re-Branding of Gharr in 2017 [article]: https://wp.me/p10Tww-4t5 this has free speech components, and a Calendar.

โ˜† Social Media Metrics [article]: http://wp.me/p10Tww-3wF has some useful information, on word definitions.

  • An extract part from that document

Interviews: Occasionally a music producer has a longer conversion on twitter then is expected, Gharr considers this to be in most cases an interview, as quite a lot of really useful information can be taken away from such conversations, and the whole thing is recorded by twitter so itโ€™s possible to go over the whole talk in detail. Music producers are quite busy, so such interviews will in general be a once only chance, and trying to engage the producer to get more details about the interview is generally not done.

One unexpected surprise is that some music producers can become fans of Gharr, or even part of the Gharr group. Itโ€™s quite amazing that Gharr can have such an emotional affect on people. Support can also mean that Gharr is not only doing the right thing for the producers of music, but also the fans of that music.

Metrics and measures are quite interesting, things like EP and LP for example have exact definitions when used by music producers… fortunately they do take the time to share their views on this.

Words Used In Lists, and multilevel lists

Lists are in use on some parts here, they may help with referencing, and may be at the end of sections, rather then at the end notes section.

disc – Small solid circle (shown above).
circle – Small empty circle (shown above).
square – Solid square.
decimal – Decimal number starting with “1.” (shown above).
decimal-leading-zero – Decimal number beginning with 0 (e.g., 01, 02, 03, etc.).
lower-roman – Lowercase roman numeral starting with “i.”.
upper-roman – Uppercase roman numeral starting with “I.”.
lower-greek – Lowercase Greek.
lower-latin – Lowercase Latin
upper-latin – Uppercase Latin
armenian – Traditional Armenian numbering
georgian – Traditional Georgian numbering
lower-alpha – Lowercase alphabetic lettering starting with “a.” (shown above).
upper-alpha – Uppercase alphabetic lettering starting with “A.”.
none – Show nothing.

A mixed list

  1. a
  2. a
    1. a
    2. a
    3. a
      1. a
      2. a
        1. a
      3. a
  3. a
    1. Note: it takes work to make a mixed list in this way, or the defaults will wreck it.
    2. wrecked
  4. a
  5. a

Style for notes inside theย  actual text, or paragraph blocks.

Notes are things that don’t fit in the main text blocks, they are extra parts, that are still useful, even if only as supporting references. But notes can end up growing, and be sent from the text or paragraph blocks, end of sections, places in the end notes, and if large enough they may get their own paragraphs, and possibly their own heading.

Notes that get much larger then that could end up with their own document, or part. In such cases they might be entered in as a reference link, for the document you are working on. Here, because there are already so many documents,there is a good chance that an existing document might be used as a reference, as the topic probably has already been covered in some way.

While not all documents have references inside text, or paragraph blocks, here it is a little more common because there are a real lot of direct links already. For example: when calculations are needed, like 3f16 to decimal, Wolframalpha is good: http://www.wolframalpha.com/

http://www.wolframalpha.com/input/?i=3f+base+16+to+base+10 = 1111112 or 6310.

Octal is 3 bits long, so the number in octal 111_1112 is 778. Hex is four bits long 11_11112 = 3F16.

As you can see, the above notes are getting a little large, and that happens as you work on the notes, and think about the subject, they expand to the point that they need to be put some place else.

If a note becomes really large, they could also be shifted to thier own heading, rather then in the end section.

The simplest form of note (is the bracket) orโ€”em rule. This method of notes is often shorter then placements below a informatiion part. Notes that are too long can go into footnotes (which are essentially notes for the most part here), which are put at the end of a scection.

Most documents here are often a list of simple pre-made tweets for example. Not all the material will go into a pre-made tweet, as it only contains the stuff that is sent.Most premade tweets will have hyperlinks, and this couses the need for link variants.

Link variants while in a pre-made tweet exist, they aren’t sent, because excess code is lost.

โ–‘ Link Variations โ–‘ [article]: https://wp.me/P10Tww-4tn

โœŽ๐Ÿ—’ Note: Some short note about above material.

  • Often notes will have on or more items placed into a list format

Notes can be placed directly below a pre-made tweet, or paragraph, since the information here tend to be in little discreet packages.

If the notes, and sometimes references become too large or are disruptive of flow, they can be placed in one of the end note sections.

Style For End Notes

While a lot of effort has been made to formalize the end notes, and section footnoting (with functionally different meaning), articles here do use a sort of natural-referencing system, that also embeds links inside text blocks. โ‹Žโ€ขฯ‰โ€ขโ‹Ž Tweeting Symbols and Texting: Gharrโ€™s Style Manual [article]: http://wp.me/P10Tww-1U1 โšซ uses a lot of lists, and seems to successfully make use of a natural-referencing system. There are other articles that use references in a similar way.

Given that such legacy reference systems look okay, there is little reason to change existing legacy styles of referencing if they work. If information is added to them, then systems here might be used, or edits might be made then.

1) Main End Notes Section: References Numbered๐Ÿ–Š

Always placed in the super-test position in a text block. They generally contain straight reference links, or formal references to books, or some physical reference.

  • 1) Sample reference1
  • 2.1.1) If order counts, then this can solve it2.1.1

<strong style="color: #4477bb;">2.1.1)</strong> If order counts, then this can solve it<sup style="color: #4477bb;">2.1.1</sup>

2) Main End Notes Section: Short Notes and Expanded References ๐Ÿ–‹

They generally contain slightly long notes that’s related to the material, and don’t fit into brackets. They may also contain material that did not make it to the main article, or has been edited out.

If placed near the work read, they may contain references, but in general this is avoided, as references belong in the “References Numbered” section of the End Notes. They are not a footnote in the traditional way either, as the function they perform is different from just as a section of reference material.

Avoid having too many of them if possible, 26 is considered a lot. longer works might have more however. Some technical style, and interview documentation should use formal methods, but if the locally defined style is used here, they might have more then 26 items.

There are some articles that require more then 26, and they might be technical documents, or interviews for example.

If you mix footnote-style (with re-defined functional meaning defined here) with end-note style within a single document, use different types of symbols.

After end-note โ€–โ’ถ style and footnote like โ€ข style for end of sections for example.

โ€ข Footnote style (but functionally different) for placement at the end of sections

โ€–โ’ถ For short notes placed after the End Notes Heading Section.

After end-note <strong style="color: #525200;">โ€–โ’ถ</strong> style and footnote like <strong style="color: #884411;">โ€ข</strong> style for end of sections for example.

<strong style="font-size: 150%; color: #550303;">โ€ข</strong> Footnote style for end of sections

<span style="font-size: 150%; color: #525200;">โ€–โ’ถ</span> For short notes placed after the End Notes Heading Section.

1) Short notes: might be thought of as a discussion area

Might be thought of as a discussion area, that exists on a different pages in wiki, and the various wiki authors notes section that are kept in the authors own space. This too might occur here, either as separate articles, pages, or even different web-sites (possibly another WordPress site). However, if it became a huge thing, a separate blog (WordPress) site could be produced for it hereโ€ฆ but that seems a little wastefulโ€ฆ as most articles should not require that much work. For the moment this section is the part that holds the equivalent of a discussion area.

2) Short notes: they are longer forms of the footnote, or contain more then just a link to other material.

They can have varied meanings, but here they are longer forms of the footnote, or contain more then just a link to other material. For example, they may contain full copies of tweets, to protect against the event that a tweet is deleted. They may also have edits or changes to material over time notes. Sometimes they may be links to other documents that explain various arguments, edits, and changes. Sometimes an article has to be shortened, but the edited material could end up here. they may also contain material that does not fit into the brackets.

3) Short notes generally not don’t go beyond 26 items,

What is listed here, will use the a system of symbols. They will generally not go beyond 26 items, which is quite a long number of references anyway. Notice that some symbols may render as different sizes, an colors on twitter, and in WordPress for some reason.

4) Short notes: Placement

Short notes a similar to footnotes, but on web-sites, there is no regular division of pages to let the user know where they might be found. They can be placed at the end of heading sections, but readers might not still know where to find them even so. The other method is to let them sit inside the end-notes section.

5) Short notes: Example 1 without hyperlinks, they are usually placed at the end of a section, often represented by a heading level, or a dividing line.

Normally symbols are used, to allow for a mixed system of short notes referencing.

Note 1: these references are placed in the text โ€–โ’ถ, but not as super-text.

โ€–โ’ถ It should not break up the flow of the text.
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โ€–โ’ธ

<span style="font-size: 150%; color: #525200;">โ€–โ’น</span> Sample Point, and the in line reference <strong style="color: #525200;">โ€–โ’น</strong> which should not break up the flow of the reader.

If placed at the end of a section, often symbols are usedโ€ข.

โ€ข A short note placed at the end of a section. It tends to be functionally different from a footnote.
โ€  Another symbol for a short note
โ€ก Another symbol for a short note

If placed at the end of a section, often symbols are used<strong style="color: #884411;">โ€ข</strong>.

<strong style="font-size: 150%; color: #550303;">โ€ข</strong> A short note placed at the end of a section. It tends to be functionally different from a footnote.
<strong style="font-size: 150%; color: #550303;">โ€ </strong> Another symbol for a short note
<strong style="font-size: 150%; color: #550303;">โ€ก</strong> Another symbol for a short note

6) Short notes: Example 2 using hyperlinks for short notes section, and placing them in the End Notes section.

This is the preferred method in most cases, since Short Notes are not foot-notes, they have a functional meaning to the reader. That is of a short note that does not fit into a bracket in most cases.

Note 2: these references are placed in the text โ€–โ’ถ, but not as super-text.

โ€–โ’ถ It should not break up the flow of the text.
โ€–โ’ท
โ€–โ’ธ

Note 2: these references are placed in the text <strong><a style="color: #525200;" href="#A1">โ€–โ’ถ</a></strong>, but not as super-text.

<a id="A1"></a><span style="font-size: 150%; color: #525200;">โ€–โ’ถ</span> It should not break up the flow of the text.
<a id="A2"></a><span style="font-size: 150%; color: #525200;">โ€–โ’ท</span>
<a id="A3"></a><span style="font-size: 150%; color: #525200;">โ€–โ’ธ</span>

3) Main End Notes Section: Random Facts ๐Ÿ–Œ

Need not have direct links to the actual article (II), but is often relevant to main article. They are functionally defined as facts, or definitions. Definitions may of course be placed in the glossary section.

I) The Tracer Symbol โšก

II) Example of how they can be placed in the main article.

III)

IV)

Some pages or sections here use lists to achieve this style of referencing inside a section instead of being placed in the end notes.

Upper Roman List

  1. a
  2. a
    1. a
      1. a
  3. a
  4. a

Upper Roman List
<ol style="list-style-type: upper-roman;">
<li>a</li>
</ol>

Lower Roman List

  1. a
    1. a
      1. a
  2. a
  3. a
  4. a

Lower Roman List
<ol style="list-style-type: lower-roman;">
<li>a</li>
</ol>

Default List

  1. a
    1. a
      1. a
        1. a
  2. a
  3. a

Default List
<ol>
<li>a</li>
</ol>

4) Main End Notes Section: Random Notes ๐Ÿ–

Need not have any direct linksย  or meaning to the main article. A thought that forms in an authors mind might not seemingly belong any place inside the main article, and often they are administrative thought for example, but may be of other types. They are not referenced inside the main documents. They are extra notes, and material that the reader, or volunteer-worker can check out.

<span style="color: #666666;">Need not have any direct links or meaning to the main article.</span>

A) ๐Ÿ– โš™ a cog… okay looks nice on twitter…

B) ๐Ÿ– ๐ŸŽซ A ticket is not easy to see.

C) ๐Ÿ– Got briefly followed by JustDoIT AKA @doITnow91 “Chain-smoking, hyper-nervous & super-efficient procrastination expert #Healthcare, #IT, #Recruiting (Beware: Opionions are not my own).” enjoyed reading her technology based tweets, but it’s probably an automated account, given how quickly I was unfollowed.

D) ๐Ÿ– Twitter… has been purging users it suspects to be false accounts. My follower account is down from 3200, to 3060, and it’s been hovering around there for some time.

E) ๐Ÿ– Brian Lee Robinson has changed his twitter name from @BLRobinsonSongs to @BrianLeeRobinso or https://twitter.com/BLRobinsonSongs

Some pages or sections here use lists to achieve this style of referencing inside a section instead of being placed in the end notes.

Upper Alpha List

  1. a
  2. a
    1. a
      1. a
  3. a
  4. a

Upper Alpha List

  1. a

Upper Alpha List

<ol style="list-style-type: upper-alpha;">
<li>a</li>
</ol>

5) Main End Notes Section: brainstorming, thoughts, divergences, sparks from here to related memories, fragments, and/or random thoughts

These are so far from the main article, or just fragments, that they don’t seem to be related to, or easily linked to being generated from the main article that’s worked on.

โญ Should I define every hash tag… or not…
that is a good question…
but will it need to be answered…

โญ The Ruble sign now exists: โ‚ฝ

โญ A take from the the beings we are creating #AI, although they may learn about the world on their own: โ™ฌใ€Hatsune Miku ENGLISHใ€‘Reft Heart and Light (Original Song) [song/music]: https://youtu.be/4_XI6NktW34 (โ—•ฯ‰โ—•) #Miku #Hatsune #ๅˆ้ŸณใƒŸใ‚ฏ #Vocaloid #ใƒœใƒผใ‚ซใƒญใ‚คใƒ‰

5) Main End Notes Section: Footnotes (also called short notes here)

Please read: “2) Main End Notes Section: Short Notes and Expanded References.” Short notes and expanded references are a functional definition.

All references tend to exist in the “1) Main End Notes Section: References Numbered๐Ÿ–Š” section, and use hyperlinks to make sure the reader has access to them if desired.

A footnote does not really exist here, as there is no pages in a website, or expected division lengths. Footnotes here are short notes, rather then references, and are a style described under “2) Main End Notes Section: Short Notes and Expanded References.

A footnote exist in a text-blockโ€ข, but does not interfere with the flow of reading, and editing. Here it’s called “2) Main End Notes Section: Short Notes and Expanded References” and tends to have short notes that are too long to go into brackets. It is uncommon for them to be references, where as in a formal Footnote it would contain a references nearly all the time.

A footnote exist in a text-block<strong style="color: #550303;">โ€ข</strong>, but does...

โ€ข This example also exist above. usually it is set near the end of a section, which is often represented by a line, that divided up sections. Certainly headings can also act as borders to sections. “2) Main End Notes Section: Short Notes and Expanded References” often exist after the End Notes Heading section, in such occasions they will use hyperlinks.

The traditional footnotes style does not exist here, just as page divisions don’t exist here, and sections may be of any length.

<strong style="color: #884411;">โ€ข</strong> this example...

6) Main End Notes Section: Resources

Brainstorming, and Unrelated Notes

These symbols are used for the Random Notes section also.

โญ Brainstorming, and Unrelated Notes, fragments ๐Ÿ–Š ๐Ÿ–‹ ๐Ÿ–Œ ๐Ÿ– ๐Ÿ’ญ โญ ๐Ÿ’Ž ๐Ÿšฉ โš 

<span style="color: #0080f0;">โญ Brainstorming, and Unrelated Notes, fragments ๐Ÿ–Š ๐Ÿ–‹ ๐Ÿ–Œ ๐Ÿ– ๐Ÿ’ญ โญ ๐Ÿ’Ž ๐Ÿšฉ โš </span>

Footnotes

These are generally placed under a section: as foot notes, or section foot notes. It is rare for there to be more then three of them. they can be more elaborate, and have more decorational designs with the advent of computers: โ€ข, โ€ , โ€ก, ยง (may be seen as a section mark), #, โ€ป, โ€–, ฮ”, โ—Š, โ†“, โ†•, โ†‘. โš‘, โš, โœ , โœช, โ‚, โ‰, โ–ฃ, โ™ , โ™ฃ, โ™ฅ, โ™ฆ, โ™š, โ™›, โ™œ, โ™, โ™ž, โ™Ÿ

<strong style="color: #884411;">โ€ข, โ€ , โ€ก, ยง (may be seen as a section mark), #, โ€ป, โ€–, ฮ”, โ—Š, โ†“, โ†•, โ†‘. โš‘, โš, โœ , โœช, โ‚, โ‰, โ–ฃ, โ™ , โ™ฃ, โ™ฅ, โ™ฆ, โ™š, โ™›, โ™œ, โ™, โ™ž, โ™Ÿ</strong>

Avoid the repeating symbol methods: *, **, ***, ****, *****

The below symbols are placed directly in the text block. A example is given in section 5 heading.

Sample: this referenceโ€ข, โ€ , โ€ก, ยง (may be seen as a section mark), #, โ€ป, โ€–, ฮ”, โ—Š, โ†“, โ†•, โ†‘. โš‘, โš, โœ , โœช, โ‚, โ‰, โ–ฃ, โ™ , โ™ฃ, โ™ฅ, โ™ฆ, โ™š, โ™›, โ™œ, โ™, โ™ž, โ™Ÿ

Sample: this reference<strong style="color: #550303;">โ€ข, โ€ , โ€ก, ยง (may be seen as a section mark), #, โ€ป, โ€–, ฮ”, โ—Š, โ†“, โ†•, โ†‘. โš‘, โš, โœ , โœช, โ‚, โ‰, โ–ฃ, โ™ , โ™ฃ, โ™ฅ, โ™ฆ, โ™š, โ™›, โ™œ, โ™, โ™ž, โ™Ÿ</strong>

Short Notes and Expanded References ๐Ÿ–‹

In general, avoid enlarged, colored symbols.

โ’ถ, โ’ท, โ’ธ, โ’น, โ’บ, โ’ป, โ’ผ, โ’ฝ, โ’พ, โ’ฟ, โ“€, โ“, โ“‚, โ“ƒ, โ“„, โ“…, โ“†, โ“‡, โ“ˆ, โ“‰, โ“Š, โ“‹, โ“Œ, โ“, โ“Ž, โ“

<span style="font-size: 150%; color: #525200;">โ’ถ, โ’ท, โ’ธ, โ’น, โ’บ, โ’ป, โ’ผ, โ’ฝ, โ’พ, โ’ฟ, โ“€, โ“, โ“‚, โ“ƒ, โ“„, โ“…, โ“†, โ“‡, โ“ˆ, โ“‰, โ“Š, โ“‹, โ“Œ, โ“, โ“Ž, โ“</span>

โ“ โ“‘ โ“’ โ““ โ“” โ“• โ“– โ“— โ“˜ โ“™ โ“š โ“› โ“œ โ“ โ“ž โ“Ÿ โ“  โ“ก โ“ข โ“ฃ โ“ค โ“ฅ โ“ฆ โ“ง โ“จ โ“ฉ

<span style="font-size: 150%; color: #525200;">โ“ โ“‘ โ“’ โ““ โ“” โ“• โ“– โ“— โ“˜ โ“™ โ“š โ“› โ“œ โ“ โ“ž โ“Ÿ โ“  โ“ก โ“ข โ“ฃ โ“ค โ“ฅ โ“ฆ โ“ง โ“จ โ“ฉ</span>

๐Ÿ… ๐Ÿ…‘ ๐Ÿ…’ ๐Ÿ…“ ๐Ÿ…” ๐Ÿ…• ๐Ÿ…– ๐Ÿ…— ๐Ÿ…˜ ๐Ÿ…™ ๐Ÿ…š ๐Ÿ…› ๐Ÿ…œ ๐Ÿ… ๐Ÿ…ž ๐Ÿ…Ÿ ๐Ÿ…  ๐Ÿ…ก ๐Ÿ…ข ๐Ÿ…ฃ ๐Ÿ…ค ๐Ÿ…ฅ ๐Ÿ…ฆ ๐Ÿ…ง ๐Ÿ…จ ๐Ÿ…ฉ

<span style="font-size: 150%; color: #525200;">๐Ÿ… ๐Ÿ…‘ ๐Ÿ…’ ๐Ÿ…“ ๐Ÿ…” ๐Ÿ…• ๐Ÿ…– ๐Ÿ…— ๐Ÿ…˜ ๐Ÿ…™ ๐Ÿ…š ๐Ÿ…› ๐Ÿ…œ ๐Ÿ… ๐Ÿ…ž ๐Ÿ…Ÿ ๐Ÿ…  ๐Ÿ…ก ๐Ÿ…ข ๐Ÿ…ฃ ๐Ÿ…ค ๐Ÿ…ฅ ๐Ÿ…ฆ ๐Ÿ…ง ๐Ÿ…จ ๐Ÿ…ฉ</span>

๐Ÿ„ฐ ๐Ÿ„ฑ ๐Ÿ„ฒ ๐Ÿ„ณ ๐Ÿ„ด ๐Ÿ„ต ๐Ÿ„ถ ๐Ÿ„ท ๐Ÿ„ธ ๐Ÿ„น ๐Ÿ„บ ๐Ÿ„ป ๐Ÿ„ผ ๐Ÿ„ฝ ๐Ÿ„พ ๐Ÿ„ฟ ๐Ÿ…€ ๐Ÿ… ๐Ÿ…‚ ๐Ÿ…ƒ ๐Ÿ…„ ๐Ÿ…… ๐Ÿ…† ๐Ÿ…‡ ๐Ÿ…ˆ ๐Ÿ…‰

<span style="font-size: 150%; color: #525200;">๐Ÿ„ฐ ๐Ÿ„ฑ ๐Ÿ„ฒ ๐Ÿ„ณ ๐Ÿ„ด ๐Ÿ„ต ๐Ÿ„ถ ๐Ÿ„ท ๐Ÿ„ธ ๐Ÿ„น ๐Ÿ„บ ๐Ÿ„ป ๐Ÿ„ผ ๐Ÿ„ฝ ๐Ÿ„พ ๐Ÿ„ฟ ๐Ÿ…€ ๐Ÿ… ๐Ÿ…‚ ๐Ÿ…ƒ ๐Ÿ…„ ๐Ÿ…… ๐Ÿ…† ๐Ÿ…‡ ๐Ÿ…ˆ ๐Ÿ…‰</span>

๐Ÿ…ฐ ๐Ÿ…ฑ ๐Ÿ…ฒ ๐Ÿ…ณ ๐Ÿ…ด ๐Ÿ…ต ๐Ÿ…ถ ๐Ÿ…ท ๐Ÿ…ธ ๐Ÿ…น ๐Ÿ…บ ๐Ÿ…ป ๐Ÿ…ผ ๐Ÿ…ฝ ๐Ÿ…พ ๐Ÿ…ฟ ๐Ÿ†€ ๐Ÿ† ๐Ÿ†‚ ๐Ÿ†ƒ ๐Ÿ†„ ๐Ÿ†… ๐Ÿ†† ๐Ÿ†‡ ๐Ÿ†ˆ ๐Ÿ†‰

<span style="font-size: 150%; color: #525200;">๐Ÿ…ฐ ๐Ÿ…ฑ ๐Ÿ…ฒ ๐Ÿ…ณ ๐Ÿ…ด ๐Ÿ…ต ๐Ÿ…ถ ๐Ÿ…ท ๐Ÿ…ธ ๐Ÿ…น ๐Ÿ…บ ๐Ÿ…ป ๐Ÿ…ผ ๐Ÿ…ฝ ๐Ÿ…พ ๐Ÿ…ฟ ๐Ÿ†€ ๐Ÿ† ๐Ÿ†‚ ๐Ÿ†ƒ ๐Ÿ†„ ๐Ÿ†… ๐Ÿ†† ๐Ÿ†‡ ๐Ÿ†ˆ ๐Ÿ†‰</span>

โ€–โ’น Sample Point For Here, and the in line reference โ€–โ’น which should not break up the flow of the reader. Avoid the ones that are rendered in different colors.

<span style="font-size: 150%; color: #525200;">โ€–โ’น</span> Sample Point, and the in line reference <strong style="color: #525200;">โ€–โ’น</strong> which should not break up the flow of the reader.

7) Linking to sections of a document

The links here are used as examples… they need to be editied to make them belong to an article.

From dance groups dissapearing, policies here causing a previous content to no longer be sharable, to grey lined situations where exceptions are mad, the linking shown here is really useful.

The blue highlighted version is ususally put inside the document, near the actual source. Often the link will go to a end notes part, where a larger set of notes will be. This allows for a topic to not disrupt the original article, but have useful facts, that can have a significant effect on other articles.

The pink one is usually put in other articles, to link back to the area of interest. This reduces the need for edits when the core information changes. Since groups are metioned several times in this site, edits on a large scale can occur, and a short note, with a link to more information, can help explain whey the changes occured, in the thousand or so pages that exist here.

Shortened links to the part of this document, that is of interest.

โ˜† The Eight Men The Crystalline Structure Mix [article]: http://wp.me/p10Tww-3VI#eightmen

โ˜† The Eight Men The Crystalline Structure Mix [article]: http://wp.me/p10Tww-3VI#eightmen

Code for links:

<span style="color: #ffffff; border-bottom: 2px solid #0099ff; border-top: 2px solid #0099ff; background-color: #99ccff;">โ˜† The Eight Men The Crystalline Structure Mix [article]: <a href="http://wp.me/p10Tww-3VI#eightmen" target="_blank" rel="noopener">http://wp.me/p10Tww-3VI#eightmen</a></span&gt;

<span style="color: #525200; background-color: #fec0fe;">โ˜† The Eight Men The Crystalline Structure Mix [article]: <a href="http://wp.me/p10Tww-3VI#eightmen" target="_blank" rel="noopener">http://wp.me/p10Tww-3VI#eightmen</a></span&gt;

โš“#Anchor01 Anchors, listed here for convenience

Anchors are very delicate, editing an anchored line in the main editor section can end up deleting themโ€”and if you forgot what you just accidentally deleted, well… that will wreck any links that got to that place.

For that reason, it is best to edit anchor text in text mode.

Anchors don’t need to have text inside them.

<a id="Anchor01">โš“#eightmen</a>

Placeholders

Normally javascript renders any mention of a link into a link or a video for example. The placeholder is one way to prevent that.

<a style="color: #444444;">http://wp.me/p10Tww-3VI#eightmen</a&gt;

Placeholders can help navigation, by displaying where you are, or they can make it easier to just copy a link: http://wp.me/p10Tww-3VI#eightmen

8) Key Word Used in Parts of A Book

Like that some people have seen a book, or document as a performance, and related to the parts in that wayโ€ป.

FRONT MATTER
Half title page [title only] (page i)
Blank (or Also by the author, Also in the series etc., or frontispiece) (page ii)
Title page (page iii)
Copyright (page iv)
Dedication
Epigraph (or before main text)
Table of contents (Contents)
[List of] Illustrations [optional, may be subdivided into types of illustrations, such as figures, illustrations, maps]
List of tables [including genealogical charts, family trees, which often go in front of book, or on end pages, for easy reference]
List of maps

Foreword (not “forward” or “foreward”)โ€ข
Editor’s preface
Author’s preface, or
Preface [and Acknowledgments] (to the extent that the boring stuff goes at the back of the book, most acknowledgments should probably go in back matter; if there is an old preface and a new preface, the new preface goes first)ฮ”.
The prefaces and foreword are not integral to the book and are numbered separately, along with other front matter, with lower-case roman numerals: i, ii, iii, iv, etc., starting with the book’s opening page (but most of these page numbers won’t appear). Some of these rules are broken in ebooks, for which there is often much less front matter.
Abbreviations (or in back matter)
Chronology (or in back matter)

MAIN BODY OF BOOK

  • Introduction (page 1, if integral to text)
  • Prologue (common in plays, rare in nonfiction books–see notes below)โ€ 
  • Epigraph (on opening chapter titles and/โ€‹or on title or copyright page)โ€ก
  • Another half-titled (optional, used especially if there is extensive front matter)
  • Text [may include Chapters within Parts]
  • Epilogue (common in plays, rare in nonfiction books)
  • Afterword (not “afterward”)
  • Conclusion

BACK MATTER: [these are all optional]

  • Acknowledgments, [before or after bibliography; may include extended permissions credits] [note spelling–no “e” before “ments”]
  • Appendix, appendices
  • Chronology (if not in front matter)
  • Abbreviations (if not in front matter)
  • Glossary
  • Bibliography, reference list
  • List of contributors
  • Illustration credits (if not in captions)
  • Index(es)
  • Errata
  • Colophon, optional (bibliographical note about design, designer, typography, other general info about book production “this was a special printing, etc.”)
  • Authors’ or editors’ bio at very back and/โ€‹or on back flap copy

โ€ป Ref: http://www.writersandeditors.com/preface__foreword__or_introduction__57375.htm

โ€ข Forward: is done by someone else. As a selling point it may be done by a famous person. Aparently this word is often misspelled.

ฮ” Preface: It can be godlike; talking about the book or article after it’s finished; to build the framework for what is to follow; you can state your viewpoint, but it this can be done in the conclusions section(s); most formal papers like a certain detachment, to the point that the person refers to them selves as not “I,” but as “the author,” giving the writer and audience the concept that this person works in a team, of possibly several writers, and support peopleโ€”this is the method followed in Gharr for that exact reason, many people are involved in the production;

โ€  Prologue: drama: precedes the main action of the book

โ€ก Epigraph: drama: godlike view, in hindsight, the voice is outside the main action, after the action of the book: so it seems the godlike voice is not only omnipresent, and can appear at any time that is desired.

9) Main End Notes Section: Sample Pre-made Core Documentation Section Example

Main Document Name

๐Ÿ”ท A short poem might live here


โญโญโญ

Key

๐Ÿšฉ Key for End Notes, Footnotes, and Notes Symbols [article]: https://wp.me/P10Tww-4Hy โญ


โญโญโญ

Glossary


โญโญโญ

Table Of Contents

  1. Main Document Name
  2. Key
  3. Table Of Contents
  4. The Venus Project
  5. Notes
  6. Milestone Events
  7. Music Section
  8. End Notes
    1. References๐Ÿ–Š
    2. Short Notes and Expanded References ๐Ÿ–‹
    3. Random Facts ๐Ÿ–Œ (Related To Articles)
    4. Random Notes ๐Ÿ– (Not Necessarily related To Articles)
    5. Brainstorming, and Unrelated Notes, Fragments ๐Ÿ–Š ๐Ÿ–‹ ๐Ÿ–Œ ๐Ÿ– ๐Ÿ’ญ โญ ๐Ÿ’Ž ๐Ÿšฉ โš 

โญโญโญ

The Venus Project


โญโญโญ

Notes


โญโญโญ

Milestone Events


โญโญโญ

Music Section


โญโญโญ

End Notes

References๐Ÿ–Š

Short Notes and Expanded References ๐Ÿ–‹

Random Facts ๐Ÿ–Œ

Random Notes ๐Ÿ–

Brainstorming, and Unrelated Notes, Fragments ๐Ÿ–Š ๐Ÿ–‹ ๐Ÿ–Œ ๐Ÿ– ๐Ÿ’ญ โญ ๐Ÿ’Ž ๐Ÿšฉ โš 


โญโญโญ

Code For: “Sample Pre-made Core Documentation Section Example”

<h1 style="font-size: 300%;"><strong style="color: #99ccff;">Main Document Name</strong></h1>

๐Ÿ”ท <span style="color: #502888;">A short poem might live here</span>

<hr style="border: 0 solid #f06040; border-top-width: 3px;" />
<p style="text-align: center;">โญโญโญ</p>

<h1 style="color: #99ccff;">Key</h1>

๐Ÿšฉ Key for End Notes, Footnotes, and Notes Symbols [article]: <a href="https://wp.me/P10Tww-4Hy" target="_blank" rel="noopener">https://wp.me/P10Tww-4Hy</a&gt; โญ

<hr style="border: 0 solid #f06040; border-top-width: 3px;" />
<p style="text-align: center;">โญโญโญ</p>

<h1 style="color: #99ccff;">Glossary</h1>

<hr style="border: 0 solid #f06040; border-top-width: 3px;" />
<p style="text-align: center;">โญโญโญ</p>

<h1 style="color: #99ccff;">Table Of Contents</h1>
<ol>
<li>Main Document Name</li>
<li>Table Of Contents</li>
<li>The Venus Project</li>
<li>Notes</li>
<li>Milestone Events</li>
<li>Music Section</li>
<li>End Notes
<ol>
<li>References๐Ÿ–Š</li>
<li>Short Notes and Expanded References ๐Ÿ–‹</li>
<li>Random Facts ๐Ÿ–Œ (Related To Articles)</li>
<li>Random Notes ๐Ÿ– (Not Necessarily related To Articles)</li>
<li>Brainstorming, and Unrelated Notes, Fragments ๐Ÿ–Š ๐Ÿ–‹ ๐Ÿ–Œ ๐Ÿ– ๐Ÿ’ญ โญ ๐Ÿ’Ž ๐Ÿšฉ โš </li>
</ol>
</li>
</ol>

<hr style="border: 0 solid #f06040; border-top-width: 3px;" />
<p style="text-align: center;">โญโญโญ</p>

<h1 style="color: #99ccff;">The Venus Project</h1>

<hr style="border: 0 solid #f06040; border-top-width: 3px;" />
<p style="text-align: center;">โญโญโญ</p>

<h1 style="color: #99ccff;">Notes</h1>

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<h1 style="color: #99ccff;">Milestone Events</h1>

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<p style="text-align: center;">โญโญโญ</p>

<h1 style="color: #99ccff;">Music Section</h1>

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<h1 style="color: #99ccff;">End Notes</h1>
<h2 style="color: #ffaa55;">References๐Ÿ–Š</h2>
<h2 style="color: #ffaa55;">Short Notes and Expanded References ๐Ÿ–‹</h2>
<h2 style="color: #ffaa55;">Random Facts ๐Ÿ–Œ</h2>
<h2 style="color: #ffaa55;">Random Notes ๐Ÿ–</h2>
<h2 style="color: #ffaa55;">Brainstorming, and Unrelated Notes, Fragments ๐Ÿ–Š ๐Ÿ–‹ ๐Ÿ–Œ ๐Ÿ– ๐Ÿ’ญ โญ ๐Ÿ’Ž ๐Ÿšฉ โš </h2>

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