The videos will all be in English, 5-10 mins in length, and are supposed to convey useful skills for researchers.
I'm planning on having students produce short instructional videos for an assignment. If I want to encourage them to upload them to #PeerTube, which instance should I direct them to?
I came across TubEdu (https://tubedu.org/about/instance), which seems to fit the bill, but are there maybe other ones that are better suited?
@jboy in an ideal world we don't need a publons.
my ideal scholarly communications publishing system is overlay journals (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Overlay_journal). authors post their articles in a repository and then "journals" are compilations of these already-open-articles organized on a theme or niche, with the peer review available (why it was selected for "journal" and the review of the article itself)
Robin D.G. Kelley on the struggle for unionization in Alabama https://www.democracynow.org/2021/3/29/robin_dg_kelley_amazon_union_drive
How the names of 6816 complexion products can reveal bias in beauty https://pudding.cool/2021/03/foundation-names/
Software freedom isn’t about licenses – it’s about power. https://rosenzweig.io/blog/software-freedom-isnt-about-licenses-its-about-power.html
I just published a short blog post adding my voice to the chorus of people speaking out against Richard Stallman's return to the @fsf's board of directors. https://mako.cc/copyrighteous/the-free-software-foundation-and-richard-stallman
It's short so I'll include the full text in a thread below.
@jboy it's super inaccurate (shows a LOT of unfunded projects as funded because the paper mentions a funder by name, and then dings people for not having those articles open) and actually pretty harmful (giving labor to google to correct bad data/algo)
Hey fedi, the Recurse Center is offering up to $1000 to trans/non-binary/women programmers for upcoming batches. RC changed my life and is just an amazing experience/community -- see here for more: https://www.recurse.com/blog/156-were-offering-grants-for-our-spring-2-and-summer-1-batches
That's the first meaningful update to Google Scholar I've seen in years.
somebody deleted the "Planets of the Hainish Cycle" Wikipedia entry and now I don't know what to call my VPSs anymore :\
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