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1. Dec 2022
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1. Sharing the works of Frank Bisse

I'm curious where you found the surname Bisse? Frank gives his name as Frank Antonson in his first video and uses it in places throughout some of the videos and references I've found. It's also the name used in this relatively good overview of his work: https://www.azcentral.com/story/news/nation/2017/08/18/z-youtube-retired-humanities-teacher/553192001/. I know he used the pen name Wedge in the past, so perhaps Bisse is just another of his pen names?

I'm also curious where you've pulled the idea that "All videos have the numbering of the cards as the prefix in the video title." In 7.106.1 of 5 State of the School 2019, at the opening of the video he describes his numbering system: 7.106.1 is shorthand for 7th year, 106th day, video number 1. This seems to be a chronological numbering for tracking things and not a relational sort of numbering often seen in zettelkasten contexts. When describing his index cards he indicates that he hasn't opened or looked through them in decades. If someone finds more evidence of his use of cards, I'd love pointers to those videos.

2. In one of his videos Frank called himself Mr. A. which I suspect is a reference to his name Frank Antonson and not Frank Bisse. Not sure where Bisse came from as I've only seen it on this page. It also appears in this document he references in another video with his co-author: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1cE-Ku9nqmidD-IfIXDmRgsJ6PAwZGR06/view

3. All videos have the numbering of the cards as the prefix in the video title.

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Peter Kropotkin has a book on Mutual Aid that Frank Bisse recommends.

2. 7.106.1 of 5 State of the School 2019

At the opening of the video he describes his numbering system: 7.106.1 is shorthand for 7th year, 106th day, video number 1. This is a chronological numbering for tracking things and not a relational sort of numbering often seen in zettelkasten contexts.

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Frank was a middle grades teacher before retiring and now teaches a school online. He's done so for 7+ years starting at the 7th/8th grade level and moving upward each year.

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1. This is a free online school for the Humanities.

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A few boxes of index cards at the start of the video.