40 Matching Annotations
  1. Jul 2022
    1. A Solid Social Knowledge GraphBy networked these second brains together via the Fediverse, the MyHub.ai toolkit creates a distributed Social Knowledge Graph for each Hub Editor.

  2. Jun 2022
    1. Tim Berners-Lee solid initiative

      Solid Initiative

      Solid creates interoperable ecosystems of applications and data

      Data stored in Solid Pods can power ecosystems of interoperable applications where individuals are free to use their data seamlessly across different applications and services.

      Solid Project

  3. Apr 2022
  4. Jan 2022
    1. Own your data, all of it. Apps that let you control your data.

      Principles

      • an app in which your data stays with you
      • you control where the data is stored
      • no spam, no captcha, no sign up, no passwords, bring your own identity
      • using open protocols for flexibility and interoperability
      • do what you want with your data at any time
      • your data is accessible forever even if the app stops working
  5. Dec 2021
    1. dokieli is a clientside editor for decentralised article publishing, annotations and social interactions.
  6. Jun 2021
    1. But here's the twist. That edit window is wired to your personal cloud. That's where your words land. Then you syndicate your words back to the site you're posting to.

      This is more or less how linked data notifications work. (And Solid, of course, goes beyond that.)

    1. Apps that allow one to own/control their own data. Many apps work with [[Fission]] and [[Solid]].

      This may be one of the first places that I've seen multiple apps that appear to actually run Solid. Will have to dig further to see if it's not vaporware.

  7. May 2021
    1. Draft notes, E-mail, plans, source code, to-do lists, what have you

      The personal nature of this information means that users need control of their information. Tim Berners-Lee's Solid (Social Linked Data) project) looks like it could do some of this stuff.

  8. Dec 2020
    1. And then there was what Lanier calls “data dignity”; he once wrote a book about it, called Who Owns the Future? The idea is simple: What you create, or what you contribute to the digital ether, you own.

      See Tim Berners-Lee's SOLID project.

  9. Nov 2020
    1. This is not an issue related to using a virtual DOM. Plenty of non VDOM libraries have solved this. Imba and Solid come to mind.
  10. Oct 2020
    1. Solid is similar to remoteStorage in that it allows apps and services (including unhosted web apps) to store the user's data under the user's control.
  11. Jul 2020
  12. Jun 2020
    1. Slightly on a tangent, but https://github.com/hypothesis/h/issues/777 could be a good target for https://solidproject.org/ to address. The Web Annotation Vocabulary is defined in RDF, so there should be zero overhead.

      yes SOLID would be a neat backend for w3c annotations

  13. May 2020
  14. Jan 2020
  15. Oct 2019
    1. This can become messy when you have a lot of configurations in your Entity. Another issue is that your annotations are coupled to your source code. Your database implementations details, or any other configurations are coupled to your domain object. This goes against the guidelines of clean code. Your domain object (Entity) should only have one reason to change.

      Thank you for saying that loud.

  16. Oct 2018
    1. Recent reviews on DFT may be found in Jones and Gunnarsson (1989) and Dreizler andGross (1990)

      This is before the PAW method came along (Blochl '94), so probably nothing method-specific.

  17. Sep 2018
  18. Jul 2018
    1. For now, the Solid technology is still new and not ready for the masses. But the vision, if it works, could radically change the existing power dynamics of the Web. The system aims to give users a platform by which they can control access to the data and content they generate on the Web. This way, users can choose how that data gets used rather than, say, Facebook and Google doing with it as they please. Solid’s code and technology is open to all—anyone with access to the Internet can come into its chat room and start coding.
  19. Mar 2018