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  1. Last 7 days
    1. in the offline world I am a big fan of Moleskine reporter’s notebooks. They are just the perfect size. I always said I wanted an iPhone the size of a Moleskine notebook, and that’s what the iPhone 6 Plus is.

      While mostly a digital guy, Tom Standage uses Moleskine's reporter's notebooks which he likes because they're the size of an iPhone 6 plus.

      iPhone 6+ (6.22 in x3.06 in)<br /> Moleskine reporter's notebook (3.5 x 5.5 inches)

    1. Descripción Este bot genera una liga de hilos en mastodon para que sean leídos fácilmente

      Funcionamiento Mencionar @mastoreaderio(@mastodon.social) en un hilo y escribir "unroll" en cualquiera de los mensajes






  2. citation-js.toolforge.org citation-js.toolforge.org
    1. Descripción: Esta aplicación permite generar referencias bibliográficas utilizando literatura de Wikidata

      Formato para poner las citas https://citation-js.toolforge.org/api/v1/export/Q30000000,Q30000002/bibliography?format=html

      Reses Sociales https://mstdn.social/@citationjs@fosstodon.org

  3. Sep 2023
    1. 🔖Características

      Tipo:💻 Software

      Función:🛠️ recuperación y análisis de citas académicas

      Acceso: 🆓libre

      Entidad: 📢Proyecto individual


      🐦Tiene twitter @AWHarzing






      1. Número total de artículos y número total de citas
      2. Citas promedio por artículo, citas por autor, artículos por autor y citas por año
      3. Índice h de Hirsch y parámetros relacionados
      4. Índice g de Egghe
      5. Índice h contemporáneo
      6. Tres variaciones de índices h individuales
      7. Aumento anual promedio en el índice h individual
      8. Tasa de citas ponderada por edad
      9. Análisis del número de autores por artículo

      Catálogo force11: https://www.force11.org/node/4656

    1. I’ve been flitting around loads of note taking platforms - each time, I bask in the glory of a new tool then about 3-4 weeks later I’m done.The one lasting tool is Roam, which I still like despite it being tossed aside by many for other tools. I use TickTick for my task management.I’ve recently returned to journaling or writing things down for that I’ve done and what I want to achieve. I still have an online and mobile task list but I really find writing useful for reflecting.Getting into Zettkekasten, I’m about to use a paper card based approach to do a spell of studying. Im looking forward to the analogue experience but almost feel like I’m being disloyal to the modern digital way. I’m looking forward to seeing if this method helps digest the learning and seeing where this takes me.

      reply to u/FilterGrad6 at https://www.reddit.com/r/Zettelkasten/comments/16iwdep/newbie/

      Digital is just a tool. Why necessarily chose it over analog unless you can specifically identify affordances which dramatically improve your experience or output?

      As you've discovered, shiny object syndrome may prevent you from collecting enough into one place to be truly useful and valuable. Pick one that seems to work for you and build from there.

      If paper was good enough for the practices and outputs of Carl Linnaeus, Konrad Gessner, Gottfried Wilhelm Leibnitz, John Locke, Hans Blumenberg, Roland Barthes, Beatrice Webb, Jacques Barzun, Niklas Luhmann, Gertrud Bauer, Marcel Mauss, Phyllis Diller, and so many others is there any reason it shouldn't work just as effectively for your work?