I think the data for the liquid view should be stored on WordPress.
I can currently add to WordPress using Liquid Flow’s hyperGlossary’ command. This includes adding connections to previous entries and I can manually create more links later, to fit connections to new entries. This is useful for wikipedia entries and entries for people:
The issue can be seen here: http://wordpress.liquid.info/sketchpad/ At the bottom I have a link to the thesis document Ivan Sutherland wrote for this project but it should of course be a link to another blog post glossary elements where all the parts of the documents are surfaced, such as author, title and so on, so that the Liquid View can import it and show it, all the while retaining a link to the actual document on the users computer.
Perhaps a single plugin can do both? This would provide fodder for any visualisation application and make the local documents quick to cite from.
Safari, Chrome and/or Firefox, starting with whichever is easier to build in.
It should look exactly the same as the add to glossary window in Flow (as shown above).
If the plugin finds bibliographic material on the page and a PDF download option, a button appears at the top of this dialog:
The Ideal interaction is that one command should both populate this glossary entry and download the PDF with the author, title etc. attached, if this is possible.