In addition to the links to exterior resources, writing this piece in this way required that I create 14 additional "pages" on Xark.That's a long, slow way to write... and not one that I'd want to do every day.
But would I do it that way if I got more out of it than I put in? Probably.
To create a workflow for this post, I opened two additional page composition screens, then left the created pages open as tabs so that I could grab their URLs and paste them into hyperlinks in various places.
It's very easy to get lost doing this... which is why we need visualization software that helps us see the connections between content in these kinds of multi-page environments.
Please feel free to comment on this document... or the top-level post... but if you want to be in the spirit of the thing, try making specific critiques on the specific page that references the information you want to call into question.
P.S. And yes, I'm sadly aware of the irony of the acronym "DRY."