If you're interested in , a (small) hypertext world outside the world wide web, there are a few options out there. The Transjovian Capsules is a project I host that depends 100% on Emacs (you know me) or Lagrange (by @jk). Here's how you would get started:
transjovian.org:1965/phoebe/pa
(These instructions available on the web, of course, since there needs to be a way to cross over…)
I'm still writing the documentation, so if you get stuck, mail me, and we'll fix it, together. 🚀 🚀 🥳

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I added a very long photo story on how to use Lagrange for a Transjovian Capsule.
For Gemini-curious people, on the web:
transjovian.org:1965/phoebe/pa
For Gemini-proficient people, on Gemini itself:
gemini://transjovian.org/phoeb

@jk, in case you feel like using it, or parts of it, or just screenshots, for your own documentation purposes, please do so!

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When you want that old school Gopher-feeling in Gemini, just use text files instead of gemtext. 😃

@kensanata Very nice! I may use some of this later, but now I've added a link to it on gemini://skyjake.fi/lagrange/.

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