loomp is an RDFa editor and a content model, which degenerates a conventional document into atomic parts that represent the smallest entities an author wants to delimit (paragraphs, sentences, words,...). In the end a document consists of a mashup of several semantically annotated elements (by now only text elements). Elements can appear in multiple documents. The whole content network is stored as an RDF graph in a triple store. Thus loomp creates one content network that consists of documents which are interlinked because of the elements they share and a second content network which is based on annotations that are shared by elements or documents. The RDF graph may also be served separately via a Linked Data endpoint.