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1c6 - Building relationships with MOCs

Last updated Aug 15, 2023

An MOC is just a note — a very special type of note. 

It has properties of folders and tags, while effectively leveraging proximity.

In this way, MOCs don’t limit access, they curate it — while keeping your notes free.

# Analogies for MOCs

Q: How do MOCs (Maps of Content) compare to TOCs (Table of Contents)?
A: Whereas MOCs are ==fluid==, TOCs are ==rigid.== This is by design. A table of contents is for assembling something into a specific and linear order. MOCs serve much broader purposes. Oftentimes an MOC can morph into a TOC as a project starts to finalize.