📚 node [[pull]]
- If you use this action, it will pull the target nodes to the current context. Like so:
- Pulling means that the target nodes show up after the node you are visiting; and said nodes show in the pulled links section.
- There is also push. It's not currently exactly its inverse, but it's close.
- Pull and push might be seen as implementing, or contributing to, forms of:
- Note that in the context of a social network like the Agora pull and push can be used to implement a ranking algorithm.
- yt https://youtu.be/jiN7cb4AX-E
- flancian https://twitter.com/flancian/status/1449105884702035975
- flancian https://twitter.com/flancian/status/1464930464922324999
- flancian https://twitter.com/flancian/status/1470323466738016258
- flancian https://twitter.com/flancian/status/1479382500375863298
- jayu__ https://twitter.com/_jayu___/status/1483239063377551360
- flancian https://twitter.com/flancian/status/1484248643494367238
- flancian https://twitter.com/flancian/status/1439374129602469888
- flancian https://twitter.com/flancian/status/1528657531375165441
⭕ wormhole to [[go]] built by an Agora user
⭕ wormhole to [[karl marx]] built by an Agora user
⭕ wormhole to [[pull]] built by an Agora user
⭕ wormhole to [[pulled nodes]] built by an Agora user
⭕ wormhole to [[push]] built by an Agora user
⭕ wormhole to [[ranking algorithm]] built by an Agora user
📖 stoas (collaborative spaces) for [[pull]]
🔎 full text search for [[pull]]