this is most definitely possible and something I think most people in
the community already use. The way I do it is to put these "external"
files into a "files/" directory in the node server directory and add a
tiddler with the "_canonical_uri" field set to the relative path to the
file, so that TW can work its magic when displaying them, i.e. in a
player for audio/video or in a frame for pdf files or just displaying
them as images.
While I use a simple server modification to do this, there is Arlen's
TiddlyServer  to accomplish this or alternatively the http-server
branch  in the TiddlyWiki Git repository, which SO desparately needs
to get merged in to the main branch, but you can rebase it to the
current version, that should work fine IMO.
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