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; The lexicon is a collection of terms.
; https://wiki.xxiivv.com/site/indental.html

HOME
	HOST : home
	BREF :  
	BODY
		{^img identity/orb.png}
		<p>See {tracker recent changes}.</p>

AUDIO
	HOST : home
	TYPE : pict_portal
	BREF : The Audio portal hosts various soundtrack, records and live projects.
	BODY
		<p>One day many years ago a man walked along and stood in the sound of the ocean on a cold sunless shore and said:</p>
		<p>"We need a voice to call across the water, to warn ships; I'll make one. I'll make a voice like all of time and all of the fog that ever was; I'll make a voice that is like an empty bed beside you all night long, and like an empty house when you open the door, and like trees in autumn with no leaves. A sound like the birds flying south, crying, and a sound like November wind and the sea on the hard, cold shore."</p>
		<p>"I'll make a sound that's so alone that no one can miss it, that whoever hears it will weep in their souls, and hearths will seem warmer, and being inside will seem better to all who hear it in the distant towns.
		I'll make me a sound and an apparatus and they'll call it a Fog Horn and whoever bears it will know the sadness of eternity and the briefness of life."</p>
		<h5>—Ray Bradbury, The Fog Horn</h5>

VISUAL
	HOST : home
	TYPE : pict_portal
	BREF : The Visual hosts design and interaction projects.

RESEARCH
	HOST : home
	TYPE : pict_portal
	BREF : The Research hosts philosophy and linguistics projects.

ABOUT
	HOST : home
	TYPE : album
	BREF : This wiki is a digital playground and personal logging system.
	BODY
		<p>The aim of this wiki is to build a form of <b>personal assistant</b> to help with the management of a vast repository of recorded statistics which includes {tracker daily logs}, notes on {index various projects} and {mirrors curated pages of general knowledge}.</p>
		<p>{mountaen Oscean}, created by {https://wiki.xxiivv.com/site/devine_lu_linvega.html Devine Lu Linvega}, is written in portable ANSI C to be compiled on the {Plan9} operating system, and maintained from {hardware low-power devices}. It is built to adapt to my needs as they change, and to {longtermism technology as it evolves}. The databases are in the tbtl/ndtl human-readable plaintext formats.</p>
		<p>Each part of this project should aim to persist across {longtermism Technological Long Term}, not one part of it should rely on heavy dependencies. — Every function should be <b>specific</b>, <b>unobfuscated</b>, and each one carefully chosen against general-purpose libraries, frameworks or wasteful foreign entities.</p>
		<p>Using this tool should be <b>frictionless and undisruptive</b>, its formats and subsequent products versionable, re-purposable, interpretable and text-editable. Only through <b>open sources, open standards, human-readable formats</b> and their independencies, might they survive this fleeting age of self-destructing informatics.</p>
		<p>These attributes should not only be <b>perceptible in its design</b>, <br />but deeply <b>rooted in its code</b>.</p>
		<p>This type of website is a often referred to as a "memex", a kind of archive and mirror of everything that one has done, that one has learnt. It's a living document that outlines where one has been, and a tool that advises where one could go.</p>
		<q>Consider a future device, a sort of mechanized private library in which an individual stores all his books, records, and communications, and which may be consulted with exceeding speed and flexibility. It is an enlarged intimate supplement to his memory.</q>
		<h5>—Vannevar Bush, As We May Think</h5>
		<h3>License</h3>
		<p>The {http://github.com/XXIIVV/Oscean original platform code} is under the <b>MIT License</b>. The {https://git.sr.ht/~exprez135/mountaen modifications} added by me are also under the <b>MIT License</b>. The {https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0/ assets and text content} is under the <b>BY-NC-SA 4.0 License</b>.</p>
		<p><i>You are free to</i>: <b>Share</b>: copy and redistribute the material in any medium or format. <b>Adapt</b>: remix, transform, and build upon the material.</p>
		<p><i>Under the following terms</i>: <b>Attribution</b>: You must give appropriate credit. <b>NonCommercial</b>: You may not use the material for commercial purposes. <b>ShareAlike</b>: You must distribute your contributions under the same license.</p>
		<p>You can learn more about the {mountaen related tools} by visiting the {nataniev} portal, or by reading the faqs. You can download a copy of the entire website content and sources as a {https://git.sr.ht/~exprez135/mountaen/archive/master.tar.gz .tar.gz}.</p>
		<p>If you have any <b>question or feedback</b>, please submit an {https://todo.sr.ht/~exprez135/mountaen issue}, for any additional informations, contact {nathaniel_ijams Nathaniel Ijams}. </p>
		<h3>Attributions</h3>
		<p>This page, {mountaen Oscean}, and my inspiration comes from the work of {https://wiki.xxiivv.com Devine Lu Lingeva}.</p>
	LINK
		source files : https://github.com/XXIIVV/oscean
		this fork : https://git.sr.ht/~exprez135/mountaen
		rss feed : https://wiki.ijams.me/links/rss.xml

NATHANIEL IJAMS
	HOST : about
	BREF : Nathaniel Ijams is an enthusiast.
	BODY
		<p><b>Nathaniel Ijams</b> is studying at Columbia University developing {research poorly written software}, learning to {visual illustrate}, and exploring {travel the world}.</p>
		<p>Since 2020, Nate has been populating this {about wiki} with notes on various topics, including on {language}, {lifestyle}, and nutrition. You can learn about his <b>related interests</b> in the {mirrors}, and in the {directory}.</p>
		<p>Get in touch via email at <b>nate@ijams.me</b>.</p><q>To flee is Life,<br />To linger, death.</q>

LIFESTYLE
	HOST : nathaniel ijams
	TYPE : text_portal
	BREF : The collection of entries on Lifestyle.
	BODY
		<p>A collection of writings on how I try to live intentionally. You can find more collected questions & answers in the faqs.</p>

LONGTERMISM
	HOST : lifestyle
	BREF : Notes on Longtermism and sustainability.
	BODY
		<p>In an age of disposable smart devices and unrepairable electronics, there are few topics that occupy my mind as much as <b>solutioning for technological resilience</b>.</p>
		<p>We must abandon 3-in-1 packages, bloated always-online services and general planned obsolesce, and establish practices of recyclism, minimum viable products, small-sharp modular utilities.</p>


SCHOOL
	HOST : nathaniel ijams
	BREF : School...
	BODY
		<p>Columbia College '24</p>

DIRECTORY
	HOST : nathaniel ijams
	TYPE : album
	BREF : The Directory is a curated list of timeless art.
	BODY
		{^list books}
		{^list movies}
		{^list albums}
		{^list comics}
		{^list videogames}

READINGS
	HOST : directory
	BREF : The Readings is a curated list of books. Began in late 2020.
	BODY
		<p>For a list of all time favourites, see {directory}. For notes, thoughts, and writings on my readings, see {notes}.</p>
		{^list reading list 2020}
		{^list reading list continual}

NOTES
	HOST : readings
	BREF : Notes, thoughts, and imaginations about various readings.
	TYPE : pict_portal

BOOKMARKS
	HOST : directory
	BREF : The Bookmarks is a curated list of websites.
	BODY
		<q>Computer Science is no more about computers than astronomy is about telescopes.</q>
		<h5>—E. W. Dijkstra</h5>
		{^list technology links}
		{^list hardware links}
		{^list operating system links}
		{^list plan9 links}
		{^list programming links}
		{^list linux links}
		{^list copyright links}
		{^list personal wiki links}
		{^list wiki links}
		{^list podcast links}
		{^list blog links}
		{^list entries links}
		{^list general knowledge links}
		{^list orthodoxy links}

INVENTORY
	HOST : nathaniel ijams
	TYPE : pict_portal
	BREF : The collection of technical details on the Inventory.
	BODY
		<p>Some of the items I carry around with me in my life and {travel travels}.</p>

EVERYDAY
	HOST : inventory
	TYPE : album
	BREF : Everyday items found in my bag or pockets.
	BODY
		{^list everyday items}

ESSENTIALS
	HOST : inventory
	TYPE : album
	BREF : Most practical cooking and repair tools.
	BODY
		<p>Here are some of my favourite items.</p>
		{^list essentials items}

COMPUTER
	HOST : inventory
	TYPE : album
	BREF : Technical details on my current Computer setup.
	BODY
		<p>I presently use a {macbook MacBook Pro 13" 2015} as my daily driver.</p>
		<p>I also regularly use various {raspberry Raspberry Pi} computers, as well as various remote servers running Linux distributions.</p>

CAMERA
	HOST : inventory
	TYPE : album
	BREF : The Camera specs.
	BODY
		<p>For digital, I use the <b>FujiFilm X-T30</b>. This is a lovely camera for photography on the streets of New York City.</p>
		<p>My lens is the Fujifilm Fujinon XF <b>18-55mm</b> f/2.8-4.</p>
		<p>I hope to expand my inventory to include film cameras soon.</p>

META
	HOST : about
	BREF : Various notes on the wiki itself.
	BODY
		<h3>Templating</h3>
		<table border='1'>
		<tr><th>plain text</th><th>result</th><th>name</th></tr>
		<tr><td><code>&#123;zoe_format&#125;</code></td><td>zoe_format</td><td>send</td></tr>
		<tr><td><code>&#123;https://xxiivv.com&#125;</code></td><td>{https://xxiivv.com}</td><td>link</td></tr>
		<tr><td><code>&#123;zoe_format send description&#125;</code></td><td>zoe_format send description</td><td>send named</td></tr>
		<tr><td><code>&#123;https://xxiivv.com link description&#125;</code></td><td>{https://xxiivv.com link description}</td><td>link named</td></tr>
		<tr><td><code>&#123;^img refs/mos6502.jpg 100&#125;</code></td><td>{^img refs/mos6502.jpg 100}</td><td>image</td></tr>
		</table>
		<h3>Units</h3>
		<ul>
		<li>Neauismetica graphics are 640x405^2</li>
		</ul>
	LINK
		You Have Already Gone to the Other World : https://youtu.be/dd-x2WZ1rzI

INDEX
	HOST : meta
	BREF : The Index shows all pages in the wiki.

NOW
	HOST : meta
	BREF : The now page shows infographics of current activity.
	BODY
		<p>The history of project activity is recorded with {Horaire}, to find the complete history of activity, visit the {tracker}.</p>

IDENTITY
	HOST : meta
	TYPE : album
	BREF : Various notes on the visual choices made for the this wiki and my projects.
	BODY
		<q>I don't hate color, on the contrary, I respect color so much as to not apply it frivolously.</q>
		<p>Additional details can be found in the faqs.</p>

TRACKER
	HOST : meta
	BREF : The Tracker shows latest changes of the journal.
	BODY
		<p>This wiki uses the {arvelie Arvelie time format}, find today's date and learn more about the time formats {time here}. Visit the {calendar} to see the list of past and upcoming events, or check out the {now /now page} to find active projects.</p>
	LINK
		rss feed : https://wiki.ijams.me/links/rss.xml

JOURNAL
	HOST : meta
	BREF : The Journal shows recent activity.
	LINK
		rss feed : https://wiki.ijams.me/links/rss.xml

CALENDAR
	HOST : meta
	BREF : The Calendar shows upcoming and past events of the journal.
	BODY
		<p>This wiki uses the {arvelie Arvelie time format}, find today's date and learn more about the time formats {time here}. To see a list of recent changes to the wiki, see the {tracker}.</p>
	LINK
		rss feed : https://wiki.ijams.me/links/rss.xml

MIRRORS
	HOST : research
	TYPE : pict_portal
	BREF : The collection of Mirrors.
	BODY
		<p>The <b>mirrors</b> are collected notes on knowledge and wisdom.</p>
		<p>Morals refer mainly to guiding principles, and ethics refer to specific rules and actions, or behaviors. A moral precept is an idea or opinion that's driven by a desire to be good. An ethical code is a set of rules that defines allowable actions or correct behavior.</p><q>Mystery exists in the mind, not in reality. <br />Confusion exists in the map, not in the territory.</q>
		<h5>—E.T. Jaynes</h5>

CIVILITAS
	HOST : research
	TYPE : pict_portal
	BREF : cīvīlitās ~ politics, government, and civility
	BODY
		A collection of writings. Be aware that I've probably expressed half of this half as well as I should have liked, and I probably believe less than half of this half as well as it deserves. In other words, take everything with a grain of salt. And {nathaniel_ijams talk to me}!

JUDICIARY
	HOST : civilitas
	TYPE : text_portal
	BREF : A collection of writings on the American Judiciary system.

STARE DECISIS
	HOST : judiciary
	BREF : Notes on stare decisis and precedent.
	BODY
		<p>Stare decisis, latin meaning to "let the decision stand", is the use of previous case law as a rule, deciding factor, or evidence in future cases. Precedence, in a way, creates a third branch of law in addition to statutory law and regulatory law. This writing will specifically argue that hard stare decisis, using precedent as a deciding factor or as immutable fact, is both unconstitutional, unwise, and wrong. Instead, I will argue that precedence should only be used as relevant evidence for what a proper decision might be.</p>
		<ul>
		<li>Why stare decisis should not exist</li>
		<li>The practical problems of precedence</li>
		<li>The havoc of changing precedence</li>
		<li>Sovereign immunity</li>
		</ul>

DISCOURSE
	HOST : mirrors
	BREF : A cheatsheet on Discourse.
	BODY
		<p><b>The three gates of speech</b>: Before you speak, let your words pass through three gates.</p>
		<ul>
		<li>At the first gate, ask yourself, is it true.</li>
		<li>At the second gate ask, is it necessary.</li>
		<li>At the third gate ask, is it kind.</li>
		</ul>
		<q>You should attempt to re-express your target's position so clearly, vividly, and fairly that your target says, "Thanks, I wish I'd thought of putting it that way."</q>
		<h5>—Rapoport's First Rule</h5>
		<q>How to apologize: Quickly, specifically, sincerely.</q>
		<h5>—Kevin Kelly</h5>
		<q>Kings speak for the realm, governors for the state, popes for the church. Indeed, the titled, as titled, cannot speak <b>with</b> anyone.</q>
		<h5>—James P. Carse, Finite and Infinite Games</h5>
		<p>The arguments rankings are taken from {http://slatestarcodex.com/2018/05/08/varieties-of-argumentative-experience/ Scott Alexander}, and the responses rankings are taken from {http://www.paulgraham.com/disagree.html Paul Graham}. This page originally written and collected by {https://wiki.xxiivv.com/site/discourse.html Devine Lu Linvega}</p>
	LINK
		kind communication : https://www.gnu.org/philosophy/kind-communication.html
	BODY
		{^list arguments}
		{^list responses}
		{^list beliefs}

NATANIEV
	HOST : research
	TYPE : pict_portal
	BREF : The Nataniev ecosystem is a collection of exocortex tools.
	BODY
		<p><b>Nataniev</b> is a collection of free and open-source software following a singular design {about philosophy}, and aesthetic. Nataniev is created by Devine Lu Linvega.</p>

HORAIRE
	HOST : nataniev
	BREF : Horaire is a time-tracking tool.
	BODY
		<p><b>Horaire</b> is a time-tracking engine designed to record and host daily activity logs. A log is recorded at the end of the day, and contains 3 values.</p>

MOUNTAEN
	HOST : nataniev
	TYPE : text_portal
	BREF : Mountaen is an Oscean is a flat-file wiki engine.
	BODY
		<p><b>Oscean</b> is a static wiki engine written entirely in ANSI C, designed to be deployed from {raspberry low-power devices} with {https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GNU_Compiler_Collection gcc} as its only dependecy. The engine has grown into a collection of tools, including the time tracking software {horaire}, as well as the time formats neralie & {arvelie}.</p>
		<p>The wiki and related tools are designed to be used {about offline first}, so the content is generally accessed and edited locally, there are no offsite queries for critical resources.</p>
		<p>The generated files use no javascript, are optimized for screen-readers and terminal browsers, the entire CSS content of the entire site should be under 1kb. The software architecture is inspired by {longtermism}.</p>
	LINK
		sources : https://github.com/XXIIVV/Oscean
		live : https://wiki.xxiivv.com

TIME
	HOST : nataniev
	TYPE : text_portal
	BREF : Documentation on the different Time formats.
	BODY
		<iframe width='100%' height='380' src='https://clock.xxiivv.com' style='border:0' allowfullscreen></iframe>

ARVELIE
	HOST : time
	BREF : Arvelie is an alphabetic date format.
	BODY
		<p>The <b>Arvelie calendar</b> has <b>26 months</b> of <b>14 days</b> each.</p>
		<p>Each month has <b>2 weeks</b> of <b>7 days</b>, and each month's name is one of the 26 letters of the alphabet. The 365th day of the year is the <i>Year Day</i>(+01), preceded by the <i>Leap Day</i>(+02) on leap years.</p>
		<ul><li><b>02A01</b> 2002-01-01</li><li><b>01D07</b> 2001-02-18</li><li><b>13B12</b> 2013-01-26</li><li><b>02E07</b> 2002-03-04</li><li><b>24C01</b> 2024-01-29</li><li><b>03+01</b> 2003-12-31</li></ul>
		<p>To calculate the day of the year, convert the month's letter to a value, starting with 0 for A, multiply by 14 and add the day of the month. For example, J05 is equal to <code>(+ 5 (* 9 14))</code>, or 131.</p>
	LINK
		ANSI C Library : https://github.com/XXIIVV/oscean/tree/master/src/projects/arvelie
		13 Month Calendar : https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_Fixed_Calendar

LANGUAGE
	HOST : research
	TYPE : pict_portal
	BREF : Various Language notes on natural, synthetic, and programming languages.
	BODY
		<p>Welcome to the <b>Language Portal</b>, the goal of these pages is to host a few resources, summaries and notes from my own language studies.</p>
		{^list principles of learning}
		{^list dictionary}

UNIX
	HOST : language
	TYPE : pict_portal
	BREF : Unix is a family of computer operating systems that derive from the original Unix from Bell Labs.
	BODY
		<p>This is the Unix philosophy: Write programs that do one thing and do it well. Write programs to work together. Write programs to handle text streams, because that is a universal interface.</p>
		<p>Expect the output of every program to become the input to another, as yet unknown, program. Don’t clutter output with extraneous information. Avoid stringently columnar or binary input formats. Don’t insist on interactive input.</p>
		{^list jargon}

PLAN9
	HOST : unix
	TYPE : pict_portal
	BREF : Plan 9 is a fully-featured, clean, compact and uniform operating system built as a successor to Unix.
	BODY
		<p>This page serves to introduce to Plan 9, I currently use Plan 9 as an experimental computer installed on a {Raspberry Raspberry Pi B+}. I use the {http://9front.org 9front} Raspberry Pi images.</p>
		<q>An argument for simplicity and clarity.</q>
		<h5>—Rob Pike</h5>
		{^list plan9 links}
	LINK
		Molly Nilsson 1995 : https://mollynilsson.bandcamp.com/track/1995

HARDWARE
	HOST : research
	TYPE : pict_portal
	BREF : A handful of projects on smaller hardware, and experiments with larger hardware.
	BODY <p>If a system has a million elements and each element only one time out of a million, a breakdown is certain.</p>

MACBOOK
	HOST : hardware
	TYPE : pict_portal
	BREF : A handful of projects to better use my MacBook Pro 13" 2015.
	BODY
		<p>It can be harmful, while pursuing {longtermism}, to constantly rid yourself of bloated hardware for better hardware. Use what ya got.</p>
		<p>I run macOS Catalina on this device, and occasionally start up a VM to run linux. While I would like the flexibility to use this device without starting up any GUI, I manage to live almost entirely in a terminal emulator.</p>
		{^list mac software}

RASPBERRY
	HOST : hardware
	TYPE : pict_portal
	BREF : The Raspberry is a small inexpensive single-board computer.
	BODY
		<p>I use multiple Raspberry Pis for various work. I use a Raspberry Pi 4 with 4GB of RAM as a home server, running {https://pi-hole.net Pi-hole} for my network. I also have multiple Raspberry Pi Zero Ws used for multiple rotating tasks. An older Raspberry Pi B+ is my experimental computer running {plan9}.</p>

NOTEBOOK
	HOST : research
	TYPE : pict_portal
	BREF : Scribblings which haven't made their way into the main Wiki yet.

KNOWLEDGE
	HOST : notebook
	BREF : Knowledge, lineage, civilization, institutions, and the future.
	BODY
		<p>This outlines my ever-shifting ideas on knowledge, civilization, institutions, and the future.</p>

PHOTOGRAPHY
	HOST : visual
	TYPE : pict_portal
	BREF : The Photography Portal collects various albums over multiple mediums.
	BODY
		<p>View the list of {camera} equipment.</p>

PERSONAL
	HOST : photography
	TYPE : album
	BREF : The Personal album contain various memories.

TRAVEL
	HOST : photography
	TYPE : pict_portal
	BREF : Travel diaries around the world.
	BODY
		<q>If you think too much about where you are going, you lose respect for where you are. <br /><br />The most effective way to lower the quality of travel is to go somewhere. Going to the lake, is a functional process, with the road an obstacle lying in the way.</q>
		<h5>—Steven K. Roberts, Computing Across America, Chapter 22</h5>

BROOKLYN
	HOST : travel
	TYPE : album
	BREF : A month in Brooklyn during the COVID-19 pandemic.
	BODY
		<p>Back in 2020, I traveled alone and spent a month living in Flatbush, Brooklyn near Prospect Park. In this unfamiliar and spectacular place, I began my college career online.</p>

NYC
	HOST : travel
	TYPE : album
	BREF : School and life in NYC.
	BODY
		<p>NYC.</p>

; notes

ILIAD
	HOST : notes
	TYPE : pict_portal
	BREF : The Iliad of Homer
	BODY
		<p>Read as part of the Core Curriculum at Columbia University. Page and verse references come from the Richmond Lattimore 2011 edition.</p>
		<p>You can see some of my writing about the book with the navigation system above.</p>
		<p>What struck me most was the ending of this epic. After all the battle, bloodshed, anger, disgust, treachery, and hopelessness of the fighting, we end with the Achaians and the Trojans both going through much effort and pain to honor and mourn those they have lost. Even knowing the future pain of the war, the Achaians burn and celebrate Patroklos while the Trojans strain to recover Hektor. What a reminder of how much *love* still conquers. We might see these figures as near savage in warfare. But life and love, I think, is what they truly value. The Iliad might just be a pacifist work.</p>
		<p>Additional reading:</p>
		<ol>
		<li>Simone Weil: The Iliad or the Poem of Force</li>
		</ol>
		{^list iliad characters}
		{^list iliad vocabulary}

ILIAD JOURNAL ONE
	HOST : iliad
	BREF : Books 7-12 of The Iliad

ILIAD JOURNAL TWO
	HOST : iliad
	BREF : Books 13-18 of The Iliad

ILIAD JOURNAL THREE
	HOST : iliad
	BREF : Books 19-24 of The Iliad