the art of precis, annotation, and summary

Identifying topics that people need to know, indexing them, and placing them in a reliable location is a worthwhile activity that librarians have been engaged in for centuries.

I'm not in that business, but you can read my notes.

Example:

I need to know about virus hoaxes. How much information should I write and store myself, and how much should I rely on external sources? This is the structure I prefer. Thanks to Helen King for the first draft, and apologies for the non-generic features in the HTML.