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    Sean D commented  · 

    I think this is important in a different setting - custom views:
    Domino's Pizza (parent)
    \
    \
    the cheesiest (child)

    Now, I'm building a thought about a review I'm doing on pizza chains in the area. I want to link to "the cheesiest," but always see the parent, because:
    - "the cheesiest" doesn't make any sense by itself
    - I don't want to link to Domino's because only 1 child thought is relevant to my rankings, not other ten children about market share and company history.

    Conceptually, the child thought depends on the parent. The comma trick seems to be a workaround. What captures the information is to indicate that the parent be included/visible whenever the child is linked.

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    Sean D commented  · 

    This would be sooo cool! I can't wait to see it!!! I think this really captures that way we think on a whole new level - we just know intuitively that a certain thought type, like a task, has a "due date," a "priority," etc.

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    Sean D commented  · 

    I would love this to be implemented - due to legal issues, there is some data that I would love to store in my brain, that I can't. E.g. employee performance reviews must be encrypted.

    @Harlan: Even if the attachments were not encrypted, it would be a big step to have the brain file itself encryptable because many of the 3rd party files could be encryptable through that app's interface.

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    Sean D commented  · 

    That would be pretty cool, especially for studying a topic! E.g. Imagine... you're studying a new sales policy at your company, so you activate the policy thought, click "wander below active thought," and then sit back and watch the policy unfold to reinforce it in your mind!

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