Locality of Voice and Jargon

Each site becomes a space an individual fills with thoughts, original and adapted, but ultimately in their own voice and familiar jargon.

Without a site one has no place within a conversation.

With many sites one speaks many directions.

Our words remain our own even as they mix with others. We choose a voice when we make a site. We use that voice until we need another. We build and borrow vocabulary, mostly from and for ourselves.

forking between one's own sites

miscibility of sites and conversations

With inventory we will assemble more than we write. We reassemble familiar pages for new purpose, tweaking them if need be.