creates a reference point. center yourself here. you are in many places at once.
creates a locally unique alias (an "atom") which refers to a particular resource by its "true name".
creates a direct link to a resource this is the "true name".
access related atoms by name.
keep in mind that only a "true name" is globally unique. your atoms and the
related atoms that you can access using
@ syntax are only lables.
;; bind an atom to a ref (a public key in this case) and print some related data (let ((:xj9 %ceeffec8fd2b2c49bafa154640f662d1aeeca7a22e34137aad204ba1d53d2fba.sha256)) (print (:xj9 @journal)) ;; equivalent statements for accessing named resources (let ((:journal (~ @journal))) (print :journal)) (print (~ @journal))