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  1. Last 7 days
    1. One way in which students report experiencing the social presenceof an instructor is the immediacy of response and type of feedbackreceived

      feedback - social presence

  2. Jul 2023
    1. ```idl dictionary NavigatorUABrandVersion { DOMString brand; DOMString version; };

      dictionary UADataValues { DOMString architecture; DOMString bitness; sequence<NavigatorUABrandVersion> brands; DOMString formFactor; sequence<NavigatorUABrandVersion> fullVersionList; DOMString model; boolean mobile; DOMString platform; DOMString platformVersion; DOMString uaFullVersion; // deprecated in favor of fullVersionList boolean wow64; };

      dictionary UALowEntropyJSON { sequence<NavigatorUABrandVersion> brands; boolean mobile; DOMString platform; };

      [Exposed=(Window,Worker)] interface NavigatorUAData { readonly attribute FrozenArray<NavigatorUABrandVersion> brands; readonly attribute boolean mobile; readonly attribute DOMString platform; Promise<UADataValues> getHighEntropyValues (sequence<DOMString> hints ); UALowEntropyJSON toJSON (); };

      interface mixin NavigatorUA { [SecureContext] readonly attribute NavigatorUAData userAgentData ; };

      Navigator includes NavigatorUA; WorkerNavigator includes NavigatorUA; ```

  3. May 2023
    1. “Multi-factor authentication needs multi-factor enrollment,” noted Taku. It shouldn’t have been possible to enroll just using a stolen password. He listed numerous possibilities, among them credentials handed out in person, a one-time password, or a PIN sent to the employee’s registered email or mobile.
  4. Apr 2023
    1. Whereas U2F only supports multi-factor mode, having been designed to strengthen existing username/password-based login flows, FIDO2 adds support for single-factor mode.
  5. Mar 2023
    1. If you can unlink your address from a locked out account and then link it to a new account and add new 2FA factors to new account, and basically set it up again to be a replacement nearly identical to the original... how is that any different / more secure than just using a "reset account" feature that resets the original account (removes 2FA)?

      We're still back to the recurring original problem with account security where the security of your account comes down to the security of your linked e-mail account.

    1. Most platforms that require OTP verification for ensuring security are targeted at the mobile phone only. But some payment gaterways send OTP to email address also simultaneously to doubly ensure that you get the OTP and that you have requested the OTP. There could be some delay in SMS or email reaching you. Many OTPs are time restricted - you have to use them quickly.
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  7. Dec 2022
    1. It is crucial to establish the key feedbacks regulating, or destabilizing, each safety variable, and how they interact on different timescales. To quantitatively assess and combine these feedbacks, an established but under-used approach of calculating and combining feedback “gain” factors (Lashof, 1989) can provide a useful framework.

      !- Feedback Gain Factors : used to assess and combine feedbacks - this helps establish the key feedbacks regulating or destabilizing safety variables

    1. the risk that I see is the more people and the more countries and governments that recognize the logic of this, the sooner there's 00:36:07 a phase shift that actually mortally wounds the super organism, and then the complexity and financial supports that we have for all of our nations kind of unravel before we're able to do the important work.

      !- transition : risk factor - financial system unravels prematurely and capital for transition becomes scarce

  8. Aug 2022
    1. We want to use the Doorkeeper gem to implement an OAuth provider in our app. However, we use 2 factor auth in the login process, so we need a way to modify the password grant to accept email, password and a 2fa token (and respond with an appropriate error if the 2fa token is required and missing).
    1. Gilbert, P. B., Montefiori, D. C., McDermott, A., Fong, Y., Benkeser, D. C., Deng, W., Zhou, H., Houchens, C. R., Martins, K., Jayashankar, L., Castellino, F., Flach, B., Lin, B. C., O’Connell, S., McDanal, C., Eaton, A., Sarzotti-Kelsoe, M., Lu, Y., Yu, C., … Teams, U. S. G. (USG)/CoVPN B. (2021). Immune Correlates Analysis of the mRNA-1273 COVID-19 Vaccine Efficacy Trial. MedRxiv, 2021.08.09.21261290. https://doi.org/10.1101/2021.08.09.21261290

  9. Jun 2022
    1. Users often forget to save their recovery codes when enabling 2FA. If you added an SSH key to your GitLab account, you can generate a new set of recovery codes with SSH:
  10. May 2022
    1. The advantage of ocean currents is their stability. They flow with little fluctuation in speed and direction, giving them a capacity factor — a measure of how often the system is generating — of 50-70%, compared with around 29% for onshore wind and 15% for solar.

      Have other coastal countries other than Japan explored the capacity factor for tidal energy of the currents off their shoreline? Are other currents as promising as the Kuroshio current?

    1. Manton says owning your domain so you can move your content without breaking URLs is owning your content, whereas I believe if your content still lives on someone else's server, and requires them to run the server and run their code so you can access your content, it's not really yours at all, as they could remove your access at any time.

      This is a slippery slope problem, but people are certainly capable of taking positions along a broad spectrum here.

      The one thing I might worry about--particularly given micro.blog's--size is the relative bus factor of one represented by Manton himself. If something were to happen to him, what recourse has he built into make sure that people could export their data easily and leave the service if the worst were to come to happen? Is that documented somewhere?

      Aside from this the service has one of the most reasonable turn-key solutions for domain and data ownership I've seen out there without running all of your own infrastructure.

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  13. Jan 2022
    1. Riepenhausen, A., Veer, I., Wackerhagen, C., Reppmann, Z. C., Köber, G., Ayuso-Mateos, J.-L., Bögemann, S., Corrao, G., Felez-Nobrega, M., Abad, J. M. H., Hermans, E., Leeuwen, J. van, Lieb, P. D. K., Lorant, V., Mary-Krause, M., Mediavilla, R., Melchior, M., Mittendorfer-Rutz, E., Compagnoni, M. M., … Walter, H. (2021). Coping with COVID: Risk and Resilience Factors for Mental Health in a German Representative Panel Study. PsyArXiv. https://doi.org/10.31234/osf.io/fjqpb

  14. Nov 2021
  15. Oct 2021
    1. Personality traits are understood as patterns of thought, feeling, and behaviour that are relatively enduring across an individual’s life span.

      Q:: What is a personality trait?<br> A::

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  19. Jun 2021
    1. We should think about the number of simultaneous connections (peak and average) and the message rate/payload size. I think, the threshold to start thinking about AnyCable (instead of just Action Cable) is somewhere between 500 and 1000 connections on average or 5k-10k during peak hours.
      • number of simultaneous connections (peak and average)

      • the message rate/payload size.

  20. May 2021
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