You are invited to establish thinklinks - analytical connections among various subject areas on the Internet. Please, connect two or more subject areas in a single logical discourse or analytical essay. Size is limited from 1 to 4 pages, or from 300 to 1200 words.
Areas must be connected essentially and analytically, not just through personal preferences or idiosyncratic associations. (For example, statements like "I like to read Hegel when flying by an airplane," or "Two things I hate most of all are philosophy and mathematics" do not comprise a thinklink).
Penetrate your text with these multidisciplinary links leading to various locations on the Internet. Keep links to an optimal number (from 2 to 8 links for a relatively short text are recommendable).
Immediately after the submission of your thinklink it will be placed in the Collection of Thinklinks and will be open for every user on the Internet.The following index of possible thematic areas includes abbreviations convenient for the titles and registration of thinklinks. You can add your own abbreviations for the areas you link in your texts. It is desirable to use international roots ending with "o." Certainly, you can submit thinklinks under any title you find appropriate.
Posted by: Fil Sapienza (firstname.lastname@example.org) on Mon Apr 19 11:20:43 EDT 1999
Subject:The Halcyon Cosmopolitan Entertainm
Posted by: Pascalle Sweerts (email@example.com) on Wed May 5 10:33:37 EDT 1999 (188.8.131.52)
The Politics of Consciousness: Information Communication Awareness
Subject:platform for alt. timeconsciousness
Posted by: The Order (Participation Platform) (firstname.lastname@example.org) on Sat Jun 26 10:49:29 EDT 1999 (184.108.40.206)
Field: psychology, philosophy,spirituality
Interests: art&fun, literature, religion&music
a participation-platform/internet starting point dedicated to the nature, science, politics and spirituality of time-management; it includes a webforum, a chatroom, linking-library, e-literature, a graphic guide, designs, timetables, a searching-system, a www-directories-jumpstation, a music-page, articles, and more..
Posted by: fil (dsf) on Sat Oct 7 13:29:18 MST 2000 (220.127.116.11)