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What kind of rigorous rules?
About the content, or about being diligent?
The former, I'd like to hear about.
The latter... not so much. :-)
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> I also index as I go. Aside from having rigorous rules about
> indexing, I regularly generate a copy of my index to fix
> inconsistencies and provide guidance for future entries.
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