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      This Account Support section only includes one possible problem related to account support

      If you haven't received your confirmation email, you can request to resend your confirmation instructions via our confirmation page.

      What about if you have any other issue with your account? How would you get support then? This would be a good opportunity/place to describe what to do in that case.

      Presumably the answer is to submit support requests at <del>https://gitlab.com/gitlab-com/support-forum</del> (to be shut down) or in the community forums.

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  6. Apr 2020
    1. There is a forum for discussing CommonMark; you should use it instead of github issues for questions and possibly open-ended discussions. Use the github issue tracker only for simple, clear, actionable issues.
  7. Mar 2020
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  8. Dec 2019
    1. Types of questions and where to ask: How do I? -- ask on Server Fault (tell them what tags to use -- your product tag at minimum) I got this error, why? -- ask on Server Fault I got this error and I'm sure it's a bug -- report it on your own site I have an idea/request -- report it on your own site Why do you? -- ask in your own community (support forum, etc) When will you? -- ask in your own community
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  11. Jul 2019
    1. She didn’t know how to approach her children to address it. She talked about standing there, excluded, while her children laughed along with the video.

      This observation by the mother reminded me that we are often fearful of 'new things' that lead us to behave differently even with people we know. This Mom can connect with her children in her usual way because she knows them, and approach them based on what she knows about them, not the technology. She can ask them to teach her about what they know!

  12. Jun 2019
    1. AtthecoreofmyargumentisthewayinwhichGooglebiasessearchtoitsowneconomicinterests—foritsprofitabilityandtobolsteritsmarketdominanceatanyexpense

      I have been trying to avoid the word "money" in my annotations to avoid coming off as anti-capitalist as I really am, but yes: Corporations do not give a care about individuals or marginalized groups outside of how they can profit off of their oppression. Remember this June; this Pride Month; that any company selling you rainbow merchandise is not doing it out of legitimate care about LGBTQ+ rights but because it's profitable! Yes, even if they're giving 20% of proceeds to charity - where do you think the other 80% goes?

  13. Mar 2018
    1. DH has built up a lot of brand visibility, especially at research universities. But in the context in which I work, it seems more inclusive to call it digital liberal arts (DLA)

      Why does it matter what it is called? Does the name change impact the literal definition of what digital humanities is at its core? Practitioners ought to focus more on the meat of the topic rather than the name. Exclusion is only a feeling that stems from a lack of information. Once explored, one will find that digital humanities is applicable for everyone.

    2. Our undergraduates, however, are blissfully unaware of the disciplinary reticences that underlie that term, digital humanities, and are not eager for academic courses in which the primary conversation is about the mechanics and politics of the academy itself.

      Why are undergraduates not concerned with the "disciplinary reticences that underlie [DH]"? Should we begin to have the conversation with undergraduates about the mechanisms behind higher education?

    3. but it is one thing to be able to use a particular piece of hardware or software, and another thing altogether to imagine what it might do or mean if pushed beyond its typical use, or even more again to imagine what might be created in its stead.

      How exactly does scaffolding address this problem? Can instructors implement other strategies to familiarize students with looking at technology differently?

    4. For our students, as for many of us, the word humanities is opaque, vaguely signaling fields that are not the sciences.

      Why do those in higher education (students, staff, faculty, etc.) think of humanities as a vague term? What can we do differently to have those in academia better understand what the humanities are and what they encompass?

    5. “I am a digital humanist after all!”

      Perhaps one reason why DH is so hard to define is that technology is already so engrained within our everyday lives that using a term to define this concept seems redundant?

  14. Sep 2017
    1. Miss Amazing was started in Omaha, Nebraska, in 2007 by a teenage girl named Jordan Somer

      I wonder why she decided to start the pageant. Where did she get the idea from?

    1. We’ve all created our own personal histories, marked by highs and lows, that we share with the world — and we can shape them to live with more meaning and purpose.

      I wonder why the author decided to write about this particular topic. Maybe they have struggled with their own personal history.

  15. Jul 2017
    1. Engaging in peer-to-peer collaboration through online literature circles—across time, space, and cultures—allows students to deepen engagement with literature and helps to create communities of readers and writers.

      How might we use a social annotation to collaborate with students in other schools? Would anyone here be interested what might be a modern pen pal exchange focused in shared texts?

  16. Jan 2016
    1. Control over the content. Control over what’s shared. Control — a bit more control, not total — over one’s data.

      You MUST control what you share and know and are. What makes this dictum any different than programmed learning where you must mast this set of content. Just Watters telling us what we must do as opposed to Skinner.