Ditty is inspired by TiddlyWiki written by Jeremy Ruston, and at some point might even make itself compatible with that project. For those that arn’t familiar with the concept though: Ditty (and TiddlyWiki) are designed around the concept of ‘ditties’ (or tiddlers) which represent little, or not so little, snippets of information that can be cross-linked. However, rather than navigating around like a normal wiki, the ditties are instead inserted into the page body allowing you to dynamically choose what information is displayed.
This section will follow when Ditty is a little more polished. But basically,just run
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