Research organisation method
Seems like an interesting agglom of tools
There was a Too Little Not Enough podcast about research aggregation a while back, on the very subject of the lack of a suitable extendable tool.
Would be curious to survey the methods people on Mastodon use use to sort/organise/categorise/ writing and research.
So suddenly there’s a lot of attention around email and it’s exposing how many people in the web community still use Gmail. Like actually trust all your personal information and communication (and that of your potentially marginalised or vulnerable contacts) with Google. 🤮
There are a lot of hard problems and lack of alternatives when it comes to rights-respecting technology. But email (as imperfect as it is) has a fair few affordable alternative providers. Small change, big difference.
Welcome @clare !
COVID contact tracing podcast
🎧 Radical AI podcast on contact tracing, incl. Apple & Google partnership. with Seda Gurses
covid, héroïsisation des médecins, politique, birdsite
This is not tested by anybody else than me, so please do let me know if there are any gaps !
imagine if windows was like android, and microsoft released a new windows version but you had to wait several months for dell/hp/acer/whatever to update their weird windows build with shitty custom theming and candy crush permanently installed, but even when dell finally updated their windows build from a 6 month old version to a 3 month old version, you don't get it straight away because your laptop is a t-mobile dell so you have to wait even longer, and after two years one of microsoft or dell or t-mobile say "fuck it" and just stop supplying upgrades and you're stuck on Windows 10 October 2015 Edition for all eternity
Hello everyone. Please note that we have decided to postpone the Libre Graphics Meeting in Rennes to 2021.
For this year still, we are evaluating the possibility to make an online event, as some have expressed interest in doing so.
Stay tuned. Stay safe. #LGM2020
I've just finished a set of screencasts on the Desktop Publishing tool Scribus for my students.
If anything, the #covid19 lockdown has been a great opportunity to showcase free and libre open source software alternatives to my students and collegues.
Can post links when transcoding is finished, if there is any interest.
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