I'm publishing an article in a scholarly journal that references a Brain I created (the journal uses a modified APA style). The usual rules on citing software don't quite fit--is there a preferred way for citing a particular Brain? It's public, so I would of course include the URL. 
Every thought in a published brain has a unique URL. You can share these URLs by right clicking on a thought in the web UI. I'd probably recommend using the expanded URL not the short version. Then you could cite the relevant thought in a style intended for standard web articles. If you want to reference an outline or structure within your brain I'd add a litte bit of descriptive text as a note.

Are public Brains tracked by the Wayback-machine? If so, then a timestamp should maybe be added?
I'd be awkward if you cite a Thought, that might get deleted/forgotten/made private in the future.

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