I'd better warn you: if you venture into this Panta Lab (for that is what this is), you're on your own! For most of the pages you are about to visit still are Unvollendetes:
- On this Lab's working benches there is plenty of text lying around, waiting for inclusion in Pantacyclopedia, but often these fragments still need some basic editing. So every now and then, you might... or will... be confronted with unintended duplications, outdated statements and all kinds of silly errors.
- At this early stage, occasionally you may have to deal with some dead links. Too bad. Just press <Alt>-<Arrow Left> and continue.
- Several Panta texts still are in statu nascendi in terms of style, others have not been properly designed yet. In many chapters, the illustrations, headings or paragraph divisions I planned have not been added yet (or even been created). So what can I say. (Be patient?)
- Maybe even more important: most text still is available only in Dutch, as English is only Pantacyclopedia's second language. Also, some of the more remote sections of this huge book still haven't been HTML'ed the way they should.
- Last but certailly not least: apart from a few 'test chapters' such as '.. n d p r e s e n t ..', everything still has to be '2-translated' - that's to say, rewritten in 2-language: the shockingly-dynamic language innovation that will be introduced in this book.
- So there we are. Incompleteness galore...! Stll I have decided to open up all windows of this 'Panta Castle' and let you in.
I've chosen to do so because I feel this magnum opus can only benefit from being subjected to your well-meant criticisms. So do feel free to get in touch to comment on any aspect of this book whatsoever.
Furthermore, putting my Pantacyclopedia in place is the best way to verify if what I have been cobbling together in my computer at home will really work on ther Internet.
Finally, this 'prepublication' may come in handy one day: I may need to be able to prove one day that I really was the first one to come up with one idea or another.
That is why I also have launched The PantaTon, an irregular, but free, e-mail newsletter this Panta project. Click here if you want to subscribe.