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    1. Christopher P. Long.

      For Long performative publications are directly connected to the idea of practice, where following the concept of performativity, he argues that ideas should be put to practice, where practice can further inform and enrich ones ideas again. Long applies these values directly to several of his own performative projects. In his book The Socratic and Platonic Politics: Practicing a Politics of Reading, he shows how Socratic philosophy and Platonic writing was designed to cultivate dialogue and community. By digitally enhancing his publication, Long explores how writing and reading can promote community in a digital context, in specific a community of collaborative readers. As Long argues:

      If, however, the book is not to be a mere abstract academic exercise, it will need to be published in a way that performs and enables the politics of collaborative reading for which it argues. (Long 2012)

      https://youtu.be/-f9N1n-4cI8

      A further extension of this project is a podcast series titled Digital Dialogue which aims to cultivate dialogue in a digital age by engaging other scholars in open conversation online. Long is also involved in the Public Philosophy Journal project, which is specifically set up to crawl the web to find diverse positions on various philosophical subjects and to bring these together in a collaborative writing setting. As Long explains:

      The PPJ is designed to crawl the web, listening for conversations in which philosophical ideas and approaches are brought to bear on a wide variety of issues of public concern. Once these conversations are curated and a select number chosen for further development, we will invite participants into a space of collaborative writing so they can work their ideas up into a more fully formulated scholarly article or digital artifact. (Chris Long 2013)

  2. Jun 2024
    1. Probably not. But it would do us good to remember that machines are supposed to make our lives better, not faster. Perhaps we should unplug just a little before we become undone. Such decompression is why we think so many Levenger customers savor the pensive pause of the fountain pen (which David McCullough also uses).
    1. 49 theme months across multiple topic areas

      This was huge, I think, from a KM perspective -- in my mind one of the most impactful approaches to knowledge sharing at scale. In brief, it provided a structure for diverse USAID teams to have "their month" to curate, synthesize, and create relevant content that amplifies the good work of their team and makes it accessible to stakeholders, users, and partners in the USAID ecosystem.

    1. We argue that multiplatform, open, and digital public media will be an essen-tial feature of truly democratic public life from here on in

      Multiplatform meaning capable of running on two or more running hardware platforms (windows and desktop), however for marketing purposes it also includes channels and to promote products or services. It involves creating and distributing content across different online and offline platforms simultaneously, targeting various demographics and consumer touchpoints. Digital describes electronic technology that generates, stores and processes data in terms of positive and nonpositive states. Finally democracy meaning ruled by the people to make decisions

  3. May 2024
  4. livejaverianaedu-my.sharepoint.com livejaverianaedu-my.sharepoint.com
    1. La performance de testimonios como forma potencial de resistencia (narrativa digital) puede ofrecer una manera de expresar y también atestiguar cómo los derechos humanos son negados tras la detención y deportación de inmigrantes.

      En este tipo de performance, los individuos pueden compartir sus experiencias de primera mano, narrando los detalles de su situación, las condiciones en las que son detenidos y los abusos que enfrentan durante el proceso de deportación. Al hacerlo, no solo están expresando su propia voz y resistencia, sino que también están arrojando luz sobre las prácticas sistemáticas injustas y violatorias de derechos.

      La narrativa digital amplifica aún más el impacto de estos testimonios al permitir que se compartan a través de plataformas en línea, alcanzando audiencias más amplias y facilitando la solidaridad y el apoyo de comunidades globales. Además, el uso de diferentes medios digitales, como videos, fotos, textos y redes sociales, enriquece la experiencia narrativa y hace que sea más convincente y accesible para aquellos que buscan comprender y abogar por un cambio.

    1. Este perfil te da un montón de habilidades para trabajar en cosas como diseño, edición de fotos y videos, y hacer contenido multimedia. Te prepara para estar al día con lo último en tecnología.

    1. reación de narra-tivas digitales

      Hablar de Digital Storytelling es referirse <br /> a un tema difuso, bajo el cual se ampara una gran variedad de narrativas posibles, tanto por el contenido formal de las historias que comparten (el qué se cuenta, con sus hechos, personajes, tiempos y escenarios), como por su la expresión formal del discurso (el cómo se cuenta, con diferentes modalidades de organización y expresión, con los medios de materialización y con una diversidad de plataformas tecnológicas que permiten su registro, difusión y consumo).

      Lo importante es aprender a utilizar los diferentes lenguajes que permitan contar historias de ficción y no ficción significativas a través de la radio, la televisión, el podcast, el cine, la prensa, las publicaciones digitales o el performance, entre muchas otras posibilidades, con la finalidad de generar espacios de transformación ante realidades sociales poco visibles y complejas.

    2. narrativas de Humanizandola Deportación, abriendo un espacio para reflexionar sobre la maneraen que estas pueden resonar en diferentes cuerpos-mentes, invi-tando a los participantes de las comunidades locales de Californiaa parar un momento, escuchar, tomarse el tiempo, conectarsey moverse juntos.

      A propósito de esta técnica, comparto reseña del libro Humanizando la Deportación, un proyecto realizado en el año 2016 en Tijuana, con el método de producción audiovisual participativa (digital storytelling), el cual ofreció a los migrantes una plataforma en donde podían compartir sus experiencias.

      El proyecto se conformó por un equipo transnacional que realizó trabajo de campo durante un mes en las calles de Tijuana, donde grabaron distintas historias junto a los migrantes deportados de Estados Unidos. A partir de esto se publicaron 50 narrativas digitales (cortometrajes testimoniales) en la página web de Humanizando la Deportación.

      Esta publicación documenta algunas de las experiencias y los aprendizajes obtenidos en el transcurso del primer año del proyecto en Tijuana, ciudad de migrantes que –quizá por ser la más emblemática en cuanto a la volatilidad de las dinámicas fronterizas de nuestro tiempo– ha sido y sigue siendo el corazón de Humanizando la Deportación.

    1. DNA fragmentation by restriction digestion prior to dropletgeneration enables optimal accuracy by separating tandemgene copies, reducing sample viscosity, and improving templateaccessibility for input samples >66 ng per well

      NEB says

      Digestion is recommended whenever DNA input is greater than 75 ng Source

      NEB says that biorad recommends these enzymes: AluI, CviQI, HaeIII, HindIII-HF, MseI

      More guidelines

      • Assemble ddPCR reactions at room temperature, this allows the restriction enzyme to digest the gDNA during the reaction set-up period
      • Prepare reaction mixes as you would for a standard ddPCR reaction. Add 0.5–1 μL of each restriction enzyme (5–20 units, depending on enzyme concentration) to the reaction mixture
      • After set-up, simply continue droplet generation as normal
      • Restriction enzyme will be inactivated during first PCR denaturation step
    1. tata edar film untuksemua platformtermasuk yang lahirdari perkembanganteknologi informasidan lain-lain.

      Poin ini relevan dengan RUU Penyiaran terkait penyedia konten maupun penyelenggara platform (masukkan pasal-pasal terkait)

    1. bahwa penyiarandiarahkan bagi terciptanya penyelenggaraan penyiaran yangmendidik,berkualitas,edukatif, kreatif, inspiratif,bertanggung jawab,bermanfaat, dan mencerdaskanbagi masyarakat, bangsa, dan negara

      RUU ini belum secara jelas memberikan gambaran bagaimana tata kelola penyiaran menuju arah yang diharapkan. Perlu ada kebijakan afirmatif terhadap keberadaan lembaga pendidikan bidang komunikasi, penyiaran, maupun komunitas sebagai bagian yang tak terpisahkan dari ekosistem penyelenggaraan penyiaran di Indonesia.

    1. economies of scope

      for - answer - size of a digital nation - definition - economy of scope

      answer - size of a digital nation - In contrast to nation states with the concept of economy of scale, - in Network states, we have the concept of economy of scope

      definition - economy of scope - for small group through strong alignment of interests and values, to foster close kinship - then expand to other similarly aligned groups with synergies between groups

    2. do you think there is some like limitation on the 00:17:34 size of the digital Nations

      for - question - Is there a limit to the size of a digital / network nation or state?

      question - Is there a limit to the size of a digital nation or network state?

    1. My suggestion is that what is missing

      for - question - missing ingredient of global digital productive network

      question - what is missing ingredient in a global, digital productive network? - fusion of - productive ecosystems - crypto-coordination infrastructure

  5. Apr 2024
    1. If that definition of civilization is accepted,

      for - quote - digital decentralised governance - implications of for civilization

      quote - digital decentralised governance - implications of for civilization

      • (see below)

      • If that definition of civilization is accepted, that means that the creation of a non-local digital layer of infrastructure,

        • which allows for the massive self-organization and mutual coordination of trans-local projects,
      • is in itself a fundamental challenge to the civilizational model as we have known it for the last five thousand years.
  6. www.oecd-ilibrary.org www.oecd-ilibrary.org
    1. Several digital reforms projects sometimes require the same data to be collected multiple times depending on the authority in charge. Better cooperation between data owners (ministries and their departments) can ensure that data is collected systematically and is fit for future use.
    2. This siloed operation reflects how departments and units involved in the life cycle of ICT/digital projects (from planning, to project approval, procurement and implementation) engage in limited collaboration and interaction throughout this process.
    1. Laptops are ideal forwhen I research and write at the sametime, or when I work on several storiesat once, going back and forth amongwindows. But for everything else, Iseek a departure from my primaryworld. It’s a different type of writing,so I need a different tool.
    1. Hopefully your scanning software will be smart enough to delete the "blank pages"; i.e. the images or pdfs created from scanning the blank back sides of cards.

      Another good reason never to write on the back of one's index cards is that it precludes the necessity of scanning the backs of cards for complete digital back ups.

      Without this one would need to scan all the backs and either handle the special cases of cards which did have backs or removing "blank" cards after the fact.

    1. 3. Digital storybooks Regarding kids of younger age groups, stories, poems, and music are always in demand. UX professionals combine all these aspects into digital storybooks, creating engaging content for children. These can also be combined with educational platforms, adding value to the learning experience.

      THIS - should I not focus on a digital storybook? Combined with a educational platform

    2. The needs of children, when it comes to digital designs, vary from those of adults. However, several UX principles, design patterns, and preferences hold for kids and adults. The overarching goal of any design, i.e., to create valuable and usable solutions for a user, stays the same for all audiences.
    1. friendly digital helper is a good idea in digital products for children. Designing a virtual helper, cool and cute character that will help children to navigate through the product, can make the user experience smoother and more interactive.
    1. HOW TO IMPROVE TO MOTHER TONGUE LEARNING Begin literacy teaching in mother tongueA curriculum, rooted in the child’s known language, cultureand environment, with appropriate and locally-developedreading and curriculum materials, is crucial for earlylearning success. Using the home language in the early stagesof schooling in multilingual contexts supports child-centricpolicies. It starts with what is familiar and builds in newknowledge. It creates a smooth transition between home andschool; it stimulates interest and ensures greaterparticipation and engagement. This prepares children for theacquisition of literacy and encourages fluency andconfidence in both the mother tongue and, later, in otherlanguages, where this is necessary. Ensure availability of mother-tongue materialsChildren need to be engaged in and excited about readingand learning and this can only be done if the materials areones which they will understand and enjoy. In mostdeveloping countries, the only reading material children seeare school textbooks, which are often in very short supply.Other materials to support learning are hardly everavailable. Without access to good materials, children struggleto become literate and learn. In most low- and middle-income countries, the majority of primary schools have nolibrary, and books are luxuries which families cannot afford.For children from minority language communities, thesituation is even more dismal. Textbooks are rarely availablein local languages. Provide early childhood education in mother tongueLiteracy development starts early in life, and the homeenvironment is an important factor in children’s learningachievement. It helps build the knowledge and skills childrenneed for learning to read. Where parents and the communityare supporting literacy development, results show a markedimprovement. The earlier children are exposed to stories thebetter their reading is: reading for only 15 minutes a day canexpose children to one million written words in a year,thereby helping them to develop a rich vocabulary. Childrenwith access to materials at home are more likely to developfluency in reading
    1. The digital revolution is transforming not only how we communicate (faster,at much larger volumes, to a large extent through text rather than voice),but how we read more broadly.Digital and online materials can be produced faster, versioned (e.g. intodifferent languages), and distributed more cheaply than print materials.Materials can also be shared (rather than read by one person at a time),interacted with (through annotations, comments, reviews, interactivediscussions, embedded dictionaries, etc.), archived and searched moreeasily. Furthermore, much of what we read today in digital formats is writtenby other ‘normal people’ like ourselves (social media posts, messages, blogs,etc.) rather than professional authors mediated by a commercial publishingindustry. All of these factors ‘democratise’ reading and open up access.On the other hand, there are concerns about the quality of digital reading -both in terms of the quality of the content being read and the quality of thereading experience itself, i.e. the depth with which the reader engages withwhat they are reading. Various studies have shown that digital reading bystudents is not as good for learning as reading the same content on paper(Lang 2021).Since Covid-19, debates about the spread of digital materials for teaching andlearning in the schooling system have also accelerated. The NRS cannot commenton school-based reading pedagogy or materials, but similar questions are oftenposed about the wider reading ecosystem. When the project consulted stakeholdersabout key questions they wanted answered, concerns about digital reading, readingon smart phones and possible trade-offs between social media use and book readingwere prominent. So was curiosity about how digital reading is reshaping readingculture generally, and what opportunities it might provide.In response to these questions, the NRS included questions about social media use,digital device use for reading, and adult perceptions about digital reading by theirchildren.One of the NRS’ innovations is to include ‘reading for communication’ as a ‘readingpurpose’ and therefore to include the reading of (mostly) digital messages as a formof reading. As reported in Chapter 2, when analysed in relation to other forms ofreading, such as reading for information and reading for enjoyment, reading tocommunicate appears to augment rather than replaces these forms of reading.
    2. apitalise on the opportunities that digital reading offers for free reading material distribution. It is however not areplacement for making print reading materials accessibleDBE, NLSA, Civil society, Department ofSports, Arts and Culture, NECT, Nal’ibali,Publishing and reading materialsdistribution industry2 Support digital reading by• Recognising that all forms of reading can co-exist• Encouraging the linkages between reading types• Rolling out public wifi, reducing the cost of data, and zero-rating websites with educational and readingmaterials• Shifting the narrative about people not reading due to social media and digital devices and recognising thatreading to communicate (digitally) can co-exist with and reinforce other forms of reading, such as readinglonger texts in printNLSA, Civil society, Department of Sports,Arts and Culture, NECT, Nal’ibali3 The majority of South Africans read to communicate via social media and WhatsApp. Use these existingcommunication channels to make reading attractive and share information about where to access other readingmaterialsNLSA, Civil society, Department of Sports,Arts and Culture, NECT, Nal’ibali
  7. Mar 2024
    1. So AI could be a tool to help move people into expression, to move past creative blocks

      To what extent are we using AI in this way in ds106? That is, using it as a starting point to build on rather than an end product?

    1. Hi Muhammed, Thank you so much for the workshop friday. It was Nice to hear others geek out and talk about the Zettelkasten principle and with interactive exercises it was wonderful. I have done my PhD with inspiration in Luhmann’s system for knowledge creation so I am quite familiar with it. Still I have a question for you that I am sad I didn’t get around to discuss with you in person at the summit. Instead I thought I could ask it here and hope you would still see it. Are you doing your Zettelkasten in obsidian - and if so why do you still number them? Best Agnes

      /reply at Digital Fitness in response to Agnes Lausen about folgezettel

      Hey Agnes, thanks a lot for attending. I rlly loved the energy and loved doing the workshop. As to your question, yes I do use obsidian for my zettelkasten. As to the numbering, it gives me a few benefits. Firstly, it forces me to make a link. If I am going to import a new note, I will have to link the note to another note, because I have to give an ID (number). This prevents orphan notes. And, it gives me a visual sense of what is going on in my zettelkasten. I can see at a glance if a section has more notes than others (my section 4, for example, has more notes.) Both the ID and the statement title, for me, gives me so much context just seeing the title without looking at the contents.

    1. Millions of Patient Records at Risk: The Perils of Legacy Protocols

      Sina Yazdanmehr | Senior IT Security Consultant, Aplite GmbH Ibrahim Akkulak | Senior IT Security Consultant, Aplite GmbH Date: Wednesday, December 6, 2023

      Abstract

      Currently, a concerning situation is unfolding online: a large amount of personal information and medical records belonging to patients is scattered across the internet. Our internet-wide research on DICOM, the decade-old standard protocol for medical imaging, has revealed a distressing fact – Many medical institutions have unintentionally made the private data and medical histories of millions of patients accessible to the vast realm of the internet.

      Medical imaging encompasses a range of techniques such as X-Rays, CT scans, and MRIs, used to visualize internal body structures, with DICOM serving as the standard protocol for storing and transmitting these images. The security problems with DICOM are connected to using legacy protocols on the internet as industries strive to align with the transition towards Cloud-based solutions.

      This talk will explain the security shortcomings of DICOM when it is exposed online and provide insights from our internet-wide research. We'll show how hackers can easily find, access, and exploit the exposed DICOM endpoints, extract all patients' data, and even alter medical records. Additionally, we'll explain how we were able to bypass DICOM security controls by gathering information from the statements provided by vendors and service providers regarding their adherence to DICOM standards.

      We'll conclude by providing practical recommendations for medical institutions, healthcare providers, and medical engineers to mitigate these security issues and safeguard patients' data.

    1. Now if you Google that term, how many sites in the top 50 will you find just offering a clear and balanced treatment of what it is, what the recent trends are with it, and what seems to be driving the trends? The answer is none. The closest you’ll find is an article from something called the Encyclopedia of Earth which talks about the environmental economics of local energy subsidies. Everything else is either journal articles or blog posts making an argument about local subsidies. Replying to someone. Building rapport with their audience. Making a specific point about a specific policy. Embedded in specific conversations, specific contexts.
    1. viable sources of backups had been identified that wereunaffected by the cyber-attack and from which the Library’s digital and digitised collections,collection metadata and other corporate data could be recovered

      Viable backups

      I suddenly have a new respect for write-once-read-many (WORM) block storage like AWS’ Object Lock: https://aws.amazon.com/blogs/storage/protecting-data-with-amazon-s3-object-lock/

  8. Feb 2024
    1. For digital tools themain concern has been with developing software that enables the accessing, manipulation, andtransformation of these digital archives for the use of scholars, particularly in the fields of Englishand History, with the emphasis on augmenting scholarly work through larger dataset analysis,sometimes called “distant reading”

      Enfoque Herramientas Digitales. En cambio, con las Herramientas Digitales se evidencia esa interactividad entre datos, visualizaciones, mapeo, colecciones no estáticas.

      "Se centra en el desarrollo de Software que permiten el acceso, la manipulación y la transformación, particularmente en los campos de inglés e historia".

    2. Digitalarchives encompass techniques and approaches towards the transfer of usually physical archivesinto accurate digital representations with the corresponding problems of metadata, OCR quality,material constraints, computational storage, and procedures and processes.

      Enfoque Archivos Digitales. ¿Quiere decir que en cierta medida estos archivos son estáticos?

    3. digital archives and digital tools.

      Dos enfoques: Archivos Digitales y Herramientas Digitales.

    1. watched Tinderbox Meetup 2023-12-03 featuring Jorge Arango

      Attendees: Mark Bernstein, Michael Becker, Jorge Arango,

      Introductions: Rolf Huber (Information Architect)

      Featured

      • many different definitions of notes (types...)
      • Damien Newman scribble drawing as a representation or diagram of the design process (22:42)
      • 2x2 grid matrix of evergreen versus transient and mnemonic versus generative.(27:00)
      • contacts, recipes, book highlights and marginalia in the mnemonic/evergreen quadrant; to do lists, grocery list, appointments in the mnemonic/transient quadrant; sticky notes, mind maps, project plans, tinderbox in the generative/transient quadrant; knowledge gardens, zettelkasten, pkm systems in the generative/evergreen;

      • What does the structure of containers in each of these spaces look like? How simple or complex are they?

      • There can be growth from one space into others, (especially from the mnemonic into generative).

      • Chuck Wade mentions that email fits into all four of the quadrants.

      • Cathy Marshall used "information gardening" in Xerox Park setting... (source?) It may have been mentioned in Arango's interview of Mark Bernstein on The Informed Life.

      Arango came to knowledge gardening via Brian Eno essay on architecture and gardening metaphor.

      Three Rules of Knowledge Gardening

      1. Make short notes; create enough context to help out your future self
      2. Connect your notes
      3. Nurture your notes; revisit, build, feedback

      Q&A

      Dave Rogers - we should challenge our notes rather than "nurturing them";

      JA: Perhaps we could use AI/GPT to "steel man" our arguments?

      Hookmark: https://hookproductivity.com/

      Gordon Brander's Noosphere - protocol to define the problem of linking things quickly at internet scale.

    1. By the early seventies, therewas an ominous arrearage of uncataloged material waiting on herdsof rolling carts near the overtaxed cataloging departments of mostlarge libraries. Cataloging had reached a state of crisis
    1. The information neatly typed on the cards – which library workers sometimes supplemented with handwritten notes on front and back – includes details that in many cases are not typically part of the electronic catalog system, Virgo, that the University Library switched to in 1989. At the time, the catalog was transferred by scanning that captured only the front of the cards.

      Libraries may have handwritten notes on the back of library card catalog cards in the 20th century, a practice which caused data loss in the case of the Alderman Library which only scanned the front of their cards in 1989 when they made the switch from physical cards to a digital catalog.

    2. Created over a 50-year span from 1939 to 1989, that catalog grew to about 4 million cards in 65 cabinets with 4,000 drawers.

      This is roughly 65 cabinets of 60 drawers each.

      4 million cards over 50 years is approximately 220 cards per day. This isn't directly analogous to my general statistics on number of notes per day for individual people's excerpting practice, but it does give an interesting benchmark for a larger institution and their acquisitions over 50 years. (Be sure to divide by 3 for duplication over author/title/subject overlap, which would be closer to 73 per day)

      Shifted from analog cards to digital version in 1989.

    1. Harold Abelson, Ross Anderson, Steven M Bellovin, Josh Benaloh, Matt Blaze, Jon Callas, Whitfield Diffie, Susan Landau, Peter G Neumann, Ronald L Rivest, Jeffrey I Schiller, Bruce Schneier, Vanessa Teague, Carmela Troncoso, Bugs in our pockets: the risks of client-side scanning, Journal of Cybersecurity, Volume 10, Issue 1, 2024, tyad020, https://doi.org/10.1093/cybsec/tyad020

      Abstract

      Our increasing reliance on digital technology for personal, economic, and government affairs has made it essential to secure the communications and devices of private citizens, businesses, and governments. This has led to pervasive use of cryptography across society. Despite its evident advantages, law enforcement and national security agencies have argued that the spread of cryptography has hindered access to evidence and intelligence. Some in industry and government now advocate a new technology to access targeted data: client-side scanning (CSS). Instead of weakening encryption or providing law enforcement with backdoor keys to decrypt communications, CSS would enable on-device analysis of data in the clear. If targeted information were detected, its existence and, potentially, its source would be revealed to the agencies; otherwise, little or no information would leave the client device. Its proponents claim that CSS is a solution to the encryption versus public safety debate: it offers privacy—in the sense of unimpeded end-to-end encryption—and the ability to successfully investigate serious crime. In this paper, we argue that CSS neither guarantees efficacious crime prevention nor prevents surveillance. Indeed, the effect is the opposite. CSS by its nature creates serious security and privacy risks for all society, while the assistance it can provide for law enforcement is at best problematic. There are multiple ways in which CSS can fail, can be evaded, and can be abused.

      Right off the bat, these authors are highly experienced and plugged into what is happening with technology.

    1. I love the inclusion of gaming within digital storytelling! As someone who games I can affirm that there are alot of games such as Stardew valley, legend of Zelda and others that are interactive while taking the player through a story.

    2. The pyramid of digital storytelling intriguing and reading how enjoying one piece of media and then wanting to create your own or surfing the web can be considered a digital story.

    3. If the story has to be under 5 minutes to count (according to this definition), how can digital storytellers convey their experiences that require more nuance?

    1. Sarah is a Senior Research Fellow in the Faculty of Linguistics, Philology, and Phonetics, and Director of the Dictionary Lab at Oxford. She specializes in lexicography, endangered languages, language revitalization, the history of dictionaries, and the interface of technology with the Social Sciences and Humanities (digital humanities). Her research includes work on Australian Aboriginal and American Indian languages, especially relating to language documentation and revitalization. She is the Director of the new MSc in Digital Scholarship.

      What a fascinating set of areas she's working in... I want to do this...

    1. https://pages.oup.com/ol/cus/1646173949115570121/submit-words-and-evidence-to-the-oed

      The modern day digital version of an OED contribution slip includes database fields for the following:

      • Submission type (new word or sense of a word; information about origin/etymology; other)
      • the word or phrase itself
      • the part of speech (noun, verb, adjective, other)
      • pronunciation (recording, IPA, rhyming words, etc.)
      • the definition or sense number as defined in the OED
      • quotation evidence with full text, and bibliographical references/links)
      • additional notes

      Only the first two fields are mandatory.

  9. Jan 2024
    1. The goal of Quartz is to make hosting your own public digital garden free and simple. You don’t even need your own website. Quartz does all of that for you and gives your own little corner of the internet. https://github.com/jackyzha0/quartz

      Quartz runs on top of Hugo so all notes are written in Markdown .

    1. Die Desinformation zur globalen Erhitzung hat sich von der Klimaleugnung hin zum Säen von Zweifeln an möglichen Lösungen verschoben. Einer neuer Studie zufolge sind wichtige Strategien auf Youdas Tube das Herunterspielen der negativen Konsequenzen, Erzeugen von Misstrauen in die Klimaforschung und vor allem die Behauptung, dass vorhandene technische Lösungen nicht praktikabel sind. Außerdem werden Verschwörungstheorien wie die vom Grand Reset bemüht. https://www.repubblica.it/green-and-blue/2024/01/17/news/negazionismo_climatico_youtube-421894897/

      Studie: https://counterhate.com/wp-content/uploads/2024/01/CCDH-The-New-Climate-Denial_FINAL.pdf