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  1. Hello, At my website, I am trying to design a record of the articles I read similar to Richard Stallman's Political Notes or, Dave Winer's more complicated linkblog. Browsing Stallman's html, I understand that each note has an anchor that organizes it by date. Then, I'm not totally sure how, the notes are sort of cross posted to date-specific pages available from the links at the top of the page. In Stallman's markup, there's a comment indicating a line needed for scripts, which leads me to believe that Stallman uses some kind of script to quickly organize each note into the date-specific pages. Without having to create a script, is there some way I can organize my links into category-specific pages with them also appearing on the main notes subdomain? If I do need to use a script, does anyone know of something basic I can use to do what I need? Thanks for any and all help. Let me know if this needs to be clarified. Take care, Gabriel
  2. I have a simple list of articles I read that I feature at my subdomain, http://notes.gabrielsistare.com. It's basically an unordered list of links with a little bit of description associated with each. I would like to anchor to the individual "entries," but I was wondering if it is possible to style the list item bullet points to include an anchor. I don't know if this is at all possible, but, ideally, for each new list item I include, it would feature an anchored bullet point where I could link to. Thanks for any and all help.
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