I’m not sure this is a Tinderbox topic. Maybe it is, behind the scenes.
I’m in the early (early!) stages of organizing a web project that will involve short articles (500 words or less) on a fairly wide range of topics (climate-related: the potential space is vast). The content is likely to be somewhat non-linear and re-entrant, in that it will revisit topics over time, looking at them from different angles, with deeper levels of insight, and so on.
Which – no doubt partly because I’ve been reading about Zettelkastens – starts to sound like a public-facing Zettelkasten-type “thing,” with tags and/or index pages offering a route into the content that’s distinct from the inherently chronological arrangement of a blog/magazine/newsletter.
From a maintenance perspective, there are clear advantages in having the backend tools used to create this thing reflect the public-facing structure. Which is where Tinderbox (potentially) comes in.
Has anyone here attempted something like this? Any thoughts about tools and approaches?