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  1. Last 7 days
    1. 1. 打开 官方配置编辑器,在「Add Product」中选择相应信息和语言选择后点击「Add」,最后点击「Add Product」

      The tool has been moved to https://config.office.com/

  2. Jul 2021
    1. is disintegrating before our eyes (or worse, entirely unnoticed)
    2. the concept of a link—a “uniform resource locator,” or URL—
    3. A solid overview article about the architectural deficiencies of the web for long term archival and access as well as some ideas for fixing the issue and a plea to attempt to make things better for the future.

    4. John Bowers, Elaine Sedenberg, and I have described how that might work, suggesting that libraries can again serve as semi-closed archives of both public and private censorial actions online. We can build what the Germans used to call a giftschrank, a “poison cabinet” containing dangerous works that nonetheless should be preserved and accessible in certain circumstances. (Art imitates life: There is a “restricted section” in Harry Potter’s universe, and an aptly named “poison room” in the television adaptation of The Magicians.)

      I love this idea of a poison cabinet or giftschrank.

      How might this work in an oral society? How would it be designed?

    5. Suppose Google were to change what’s on that page, or reorganize its website anytime between when I’m writing this article and when you’re reading it, eliminating it entirely. Changing what’s there would be an example of content drift; eliminating it entirely is known as link rot.

      We don't talk about content drift very much. I like that some sites, particularly wiki sites, actually document their content drift in diffs and surface that information directly to the user. Why don't we do this for more websites? The Wayback machine also has this sort of feature.

    1. I like the hovercard-like UI that enables one to see prior versions of links on a page. It would be cool to have this sort of functionality built into preview cards for these as well.

      <small><cite class='h-cite via'> <span class='p-author h-card'>Jonathan Zittrain</span> in The Rotting Internet Is a Collective Hallucination - The Atlantic (<time class='dt-published'>07/08/2021 22:07:17</time>)</cite></small>

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    1. L’affaire Rogan mostra quanto Spotify faccia sul serio. E porta anche in luce i rischi che il settore corre se viene divorato dalle platform wars. Parlavamo dei feed Rss, per esempio: è quell’antica tecnologia che permette di “abbonarsi” a un certo blog/sito/podcast/pubblicazione e riceverne gli aggiornamenti. Come? In tempo reale. E in ordine. Ripetiamo: in tempo reale e in ordine. Questo tipo di feed è il dna di quello che chiamavamo web 2.0, quella fase del web che ha preceduto l’ascesa delle piattaforme e dei social network, con i loro algoritmi a divorare tutto. Aprite Facebook o Instagram o Twitter: nulla di quello che vedrete sarà “in tempo reale e in ordine”, ogni profilo avrà una selezione accurata di post e reazioni sulla base delle informazioni che il servizio ha sugli utenti. Gli Rss trattano ogni post allo stesso modo, una cosa che nella Silicon Valley di questi tempi, tutta growth hacking e monetizzazione, passa per una farneticazione maoista.

      la silicon valley detesta l'ordine cronologico

  6. Feb 2021
    1. Endpoint is the missing link between your routing (Rails, Hanami, …) and the “operation” to be called. It provides standard behavior for all cases 404, 401, 403, etc and lets you hook in your own logic like Devise or Tyrant authentication, again, using TRB activity mechanics.
    1. Universal Links allow you to register a series of domains that are allowed to interact with an installed application. If the application is not installed, the universal link is opened with Safari, allowing you to inform the user of the existence of an application or whatever is necessary.
    1. Implicit intents do not name a specific component, but instead declare a general action to perform, which allows a component from another app to handle it. For example, if you want to show the user a location on a map, you can use an implicit intent to request that another capable app show a specified location on a map.
    1. The transclusion doesn't automatically change along with it. If transclusions were direct embeds of the original content, we'd end up with link rot on a whole new scale. Every document would be a sad compilation of 404's.

      Thinking about Git repositories, this is how submodules work. you 'freeze' the 'transclusion' to one exact commit and can update if and when needed. Moreover, the contents are stored within the local repository, so they are future-proof.

    1. Although one thing you want to avoid is using frames in such a manner that the content of the site is in the frame and a menu is outside of the frame. Although this may seem convienient, all of your pages become unbookmarkable.
    1. Iframes can have similar issues as frames and inconsiderate use of XMLHttpRequest: They break the one-document-per-URL paradigm, which is essential for the proper functioning of the web (think bookmarks, deep-links, search engines, ...).
    2. The most striking such issue is probably that of deep linking: It's true that iframes suffer from this to a lesser extent than frames, but if you allow your users to navigate between different pages in the iframe, it will be a problem.
  7. Nov 2020
    1. Apparently I needed towrite to understand what I wanted to explain and how

      This reminds me of the Microsoft research talk (link pending) about the advice he gave to his researcher students about not waiting until having ideas clear to write them, but write ideas to make them clear.

      In my case, documentation has been a pretty active part of Grafoscopio and Brea, but the closer prose, code and workshops are, the clearer I'm about how and what to teach (and the code and prose to write and to replace/erase).

    1. When enabled, symlinked resources are resolved to their real path, not their symlinked location. Note that this may cause module resolution to fail when using tools that symlink packages (like npm link)
  8. Oct 2020
    1. It looks like your links for "this" and "that" no longer work, and I'd be really curious to see.

      It looks like your links for "this" and "that" no longer work, and I'd be really curious to see.

    2. In other words, this becomes that.
    1. the name of something and when you press the button to go to the link if it wasn't there it made the card

      This is a phenomenally important UX insight and affordance that has become a foundation of how all modern wiki-linking knowledge graph tools work today. Kudos to Ward for this!

    1. Social scientists explain link formation through two families of mechanisms; one that finds it roots in sociology and the other one in economics. The sociological approach assumes that link formation is connected to the characteristics of individuals and their context. Chief examples of the sociological approach include what I will call the big three sociological link-formation hypotheses. These are: shared social foci, triadic closure, and homophily.
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    1. If this sounds odd to you, read https://gist.github.com/54177.
  15. Mar 2020
    1.  Confluence doesn't provide an option to configure a link to open in a new window or tab. Users can choose to right click / CTRL+click the link if they want to open it in a particular way.
    1. Therefore let the 201 desire of possession take hold of no one, for what gain is it to acquire these things which we cannot take with us? Why not rather get those things which we can take away with us--to wit, prudence, justice, temperance, courage, understanding, love, kindness to the poor, faith in Christ, freedom from wrath, hospitality? If we possess these, we shall find them of themselves preparing for us a welcome there in the land of the meek-hearted.

      This makes me think of Origen's anthropology of how humans should try to be active (like God, incorporeal) rather than passive (materialistic, corporeal) because he said that the more materialistic you are, the more distracted from God you become.

    1. Meanwhile, in the case of those who were denounced to me as Christians, I have observed the following procedure: I interrogated these as to whether they were Christians; those who confessed I interrogated a second and a third time, threatening them with punishment

      In the Christian faith a lot of people fear sinning and others don’t fear sinning, or going against God, they fear punishment. When we repent our sins do we do it because we truly feel remorseful or because we don’t want to face the punishment. Also, in bible stories we see punishment as being something that should be feared. This makes me think of “Daniel in The Lions Den,” because the ones who received the punishment in the end were those who tried to get Daniel in trouble.

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      Given that this document cites a number of non-persistent web resources, I have archived a copy of https://wellcomeopenresearch.org/articles/4-170/v1 at http://web.archive.org/web/20191224000829/https://wellcomeopenresearch.org/articles/4-170/v1 using the "Save outlinks" mode.

      Probably a good idea to do this routinely for all articles in the journal.

    2. https://apps.who.int/iris/bitstream/handle/10665/205944/WHO_HIS_SDS_2016.2_eng.pdf;jsessionid=A4CF65ABC4B7A3FF8C19502C4EF9905F?sequence=1.
    3. https://www.who.int/blueprint/what/research-development/guidance_for_managing_ethical_issues.pdf?ua=1.
    4. Available at: https://cioms.ch/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/WEB-CIOMS-EthicalGuidelines.pdf.

      This URL seems very unstable, so I archived the file at http://web.archive.org/web/20191223233751/https://cioms.ch/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/WEB-CIOMS-EthicalGuidelines.pdf .

      In general, it is good practice to provide not just links but also an archived version when citing a URL.

      Of course, it would be even better if policies themselves were FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable and Reusable), as discussed, for instance, in https://github.com/Daniel-Mietchen/events/blob/master/PIDapalooza-2018.md .

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    1. ersonality variablesalso will influence the extent of this disinhibition

      including ideology and past experiences

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    1. various classification methods to categorise misogyny

      race to develop ai categorisation tools, which may not always work

    2. Anonymityand technology affordances are believed to play an further aggra-vating role in this phenomenon, by giving perpetrators a way ofvoicing extreme sentiments without taking responsibility for theirwords or their consequences

      online disinhibition

    3. Online men’s groups have given space to members’ glorifi-cation of tragedies like the Isla Vista Killings, in which Elliot Rogerkilled 6 people and wounded 14 others, after communicating exten-sively online about his contempt for women (and people of colour)[1]. That rhetoric is believed to have attracted others, includingAlek Minassian, the alleged perpetrator of the Toronto van attackthat killed 10 and wounded 16 people [2]. Along with the #Gamer-Gate and #TheFappening controversies, which impacted hundredsof women [31], there are growing concerns that misogynyonlinehas some worrying qualities in scope and scale that women areunable to avoid [25]

      a case for taking the trolls seriously

  20. Jul 2019
    1. , the example illustrates the unsurprising fact that read-ing someone else’s synthesis does not give as detailed or precise a picture as reading the primary sources themselves.

      importance of fact-checking any material before accepting the information it presents

    2. Carr has tilted the evidence to support his view.

      a well-respected figure distorting facts to push an agenda

    3. circular methodology in which the hypothesis affects how the data is seen

      which can be a problem for a multitude of methodologies, and is mentioned by Glaser and Strauss as a limitation of many qualitative methods

    4. changes in brain architecture that makes close reading more difficult to achieve.

      calling for a re-structure of the education system itself, to accommodate these naturally occurring changes in how people consume and use academic material in all forms.

    5. we must start close to where they are, rather than where we imagine or hope they might be.

      meet your audience where they're at - don't assume knowledge, or put yourself above the responsibility of areas you know not everyone is versed in. e.g. tendencies of contrapoints vs mexie

    6. Close reading then assumed a preeminent role as the essence of the disciplinary identity.

      but as many even interested in these fields feel "I couldn't stand the thought of close reading Heidegger for the rest of my life", Natalie Wynn on Ezra Klein. it feels like a chore to those who can simultaneously appreciate the importance of close reading established literature, but also the need to address newer content that were not designed for that type of engagement.

    7. examples obviously weighted toward showing the inanity of online chats, blogs, and Facebook entries.

      which are in fact becoming more thoughtful, since even twitter is now considered a legitimate platform for political discussion.

  21. Jun 2019
    1. Github Desktop

      Link does not work (though one just needs to clean it up a bit in the browser to get it to work)

  22. Apr 2019
    1. interlangue

      That makes me think of what Bobillot called "mediopoetic" (2016): an approach of inscription as a medium between poetic (SHS) and support (SIC).

  23. Mar 2019
    1. Here is a link to a Youtube SONG to try and memorize and understand Classical Conditioning.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=94lWxsfKErM

    2. This link takes you to a Youtube video explaining several examples of classical conditioning to get a better understanding.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y5aE5-skiaM

    3. Here is a short and sweet Youtube video explaining Pavlov's experiment.

      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ua1nW5n8src

    4. Classical Conditioning

      After learning more about Classical Conditioning here is a TED Talk explaining the difference between Classical Conditioning and Operant Conditioning!

      https://www.ted.com/talks/peggy_andover_the_difference_between_classical_and_operant_conditioning/transcript?language=en#t-19430

    5. To get a better understanding of classical conditioning: Neutral, conditioned, and unconditioned stimuli and responses here is a video! https://www.khanacademy.org/test-prep/mcat/behavior/learning-slug/v/classical-conditioning-neutral-conditioned-and-unconditioned-stimuli-and-responses

  24. Feb 2019
    1. <a href="default.asp">  <img src="smiley.gif" alt="HTML tutorial" style="width:42px;height:42px;border:0;"></a>

      Image as a link - Ignore the style="…." part of the tag. Inline styles are bad!

    1. <a href="https://www.w3schools.com/html/">Visit our HTML tutorial</a>

      Link Tag

  25. Nov 2018
    1. Links in Images. It is of course possible to create image maps but the current tools do not support this for non-graphics people. Doug had the example of showing a basic map where each location name could be clicked on to jump to its corresponding document. This is not quick to do today. https://youtu.be/M5PgQS3ZBWA?t=953

      show picture of link

  26. Oct 2018
    1. Linked Data class diagram ESWC2007 Poster on Linking Open Data

      Not Found The requested URL /lod_constellation.html was not found on this server.

      Apache/2.4.18 (Ubuntu) Server at umbel.org Port 80

  27. Sep 2018
    1. joined cases C-293/12 and C-594/12
    2. joined cases C-203/15 and C-698/15
    3. General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
    4. its report on the ePrivacy Regulation

      Found here

    5. current ePrivacy Directive
    6. the most recent draft text from the Austrian Council Presidency 12336/18

      Published here (direct link to pdf). Version is from 20 September 2018.

  28. Aug 2018
    1. Links are the essence of networks. So I will start this review by comparing the mechanisms used by natural and social scientists to explain link formation.
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    1. Máire Ní Mhongáin

      As Ciarán Ó Con Cheanainn writes in Leabhar Mór na nAmhrán, the oldest written version of this song dates to 1814, and is found in MS Egerton 117 in the British Library. Oral lore in Conneamara has it that Máire Ní Mhongáin’s three sons joined the British Army, and that Peadar deserted soon after joining, and emigrated to America. It seems probable that their involvement was in the French Revolutionary Wars or the Napoleonic Wars, the major conflicts fought by the British Army in the final decade of the eighteenth century and the first decade of the nineteenth respectively.

      Máire Ní Mhongáin seems to have resonated among Irish emigrant communities in the United States. My evidence for this is that Micheál Ó Gallchobhair of Erris, County Mayo, collected songs from Erris emigrants living in Chicago in the 1930s, over a century after the occasion of ‘Amhrán Mháire Ní Mhongáin’s’ composition. It features in his collection, which you access via the following link: http://www.jstor.org.ucc.idm.oclc.org/stable/20642542?seq=2#page_scan_tab_contents

      The virulent cursing of departed sons by the mother, named Máre, produces the effect of striking g contrasts with John Millington Synge’s bereaves mother, Old Maurya, in Riders to the Sea.

      My Irish Studies blog features an in-depth account of typical features of the caoineadh genre to which Amhrán Mháire Ní Mhongáin belongs. You can access it via the following link: johnwoodssirishstudies.wordpress.com/2018/01/03/carraig-aonair-an-eighteenth-century-west-cork-poem/

  32. Oct 2017
    1. short flexible glycine–serine linker connects the two scFv domains facilitating bending and/or twisting of the two domains against each other.

      glycine-serine linker

  33. Sep 2017
    1. other network includes climate change deniers.

      What a great way of using SNA to compare two competing ways of knowing. How would you collect data to show the different flow of information through these networks? What what would you be looking for? What would the node be? The link?

  34. Aug 2017
    1. We have to learn what’s urgent, and what’s important, and that sometimes they do not coincide.

      This seems like an idea that's explained well in Scarcity.

  35. Apr 2017
    1. Hawaii State GIS Program; United States Geological Survey.

      for step 7 of the configure the app part of this tutorial it is important that you preform the whole step all at once because if you try and do it one part at a time everytime you switch taps it will delete your progress so far. I feel like this isn't really nessesary information but it would have saved me a minute or two

  36. Mar 2017
    1. My idea of the consummate outsider is architect

      If he is an architect he is not really an outsider but he can be an outsider within a group - a possible point of connection to other groups....

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