ThinkLink argument annotation interface

This is an interesting time as we see an increasing number of web tools for supporting the annotation of disputed knowledge. Latest out is the ThinkLink project at Intel Research, who have produced a rather intruiging interface for annotating clips of a web page as “interesting” or “disputed”, and then connecting these fragments with supports/challenges/is related to connections:

Looks like they’ve put a lot of design thinking into this which is really fabulous to see.

Question: If there’s an important idea in the text that I want to annotate, but which isn’t in any one location (or perhaps isn’t even in the text, but which I can see) then I guess I can’t record it in their annotation model.

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