Create a system to allow a community to add contextual information to "open books". Think wikipedia for books

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  • almost 5 years ago: kwwii added keyword "rails" to Bookworm, the educational tool
  • almost 5 years ago: kwwii added keyword "ruby" to Bookworm, the educational tool
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    • mvidner
      almost 5 years ago by mvidner | Reply

      As in Wikibooks?

      • kwwii
        almost 5 years ago by kwwii | Reply

        Erm, I answered your question as a new comment and not a reply. Pasting everything here just to annoy you :P

        about 23 hours ago by kwwii | Reply This is more about adding contextual information to existing books so that one can understand the book and specific details and terms better. Put simply, adding links to book text. Not just definitions but detailed cross linked articles.

        kwwii 1 minute ago by kwwii | Reply Imagine reading a book and having contextual information on click in some fashion

    • kwwii
      almost 5 years ago by kwwii | Reply

      This is more about adding contextual information to existing books so that one can understand the book and specific details and terms better. Put simply, adding links to book text. Not just definitions but detailed cross linked articles.

    • kwwii
      almost 5 years ago by kwwii | Reply

      Imagine reading a book and having contextual information on click in some fashion

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