Or perhaps something that converts the CSS of @hypothes_is highlights and makes the letters red instead of having a yellow background? #EdTech
A bit reminiscent, but of a different historical period than the index card idea.
Let’s say you’re in love with @Hypothes_is, but you’re also an old school index card and pen person. There’s definitely a way to add that old school index card/#zettelkasten feel to your new fangled digital notes.#SLS22 #NoteTaking #EdTech #CSShttps://t.co/hpeZpkrch0 pic.twitter.com/pWowYTn7Ts
— Chris Aldrich (@ChrisAldrich) June 17, 2022
What if we had a collection of illuminated initials and some code that would allow for replacing capitals at the start of paragraphs we were reading?
Maybe it could pull images from #MarginalMonday or #ManuscriptMonday to randomly decorate web pages and make them look more like #medieval manuscripts? (While also stripping/replacing advertising? 😁) #medievaltwitter
I wonder at changing fonts as well… So many choices…
I want a more #medieval decorated web experience and aesthetic. How about you?
(Implementations of these or related ideas highly encouraged. What can you make?)