been interesting watching development of the gemini protocol, particularly the markup part of the spec. thinking of a markup language as a tool for giving words more meaning, and seeing opinions of computer people who value speed, flexability, elegance, versus my approach where i don't want to be fast, or easy to work with with linux tools, or to be like other languages, or to not consider using it to communicate its own ideas apart from design cleverness.

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(warm, gentle)

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combining them like (hi*, @bye#### ...

and then different clients would represent those in different ways.

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