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  1. Last 7 days
    1. Also, with more design styles and choices, many websites opt to not use an underlining style for an embedded link in text, nor will they use a traditional blue color to indicate an embedded link.

      Fortunately Google's ranking algorithm penalizes against this in addition to requirements for better online accessibility that help to encourage against these sorts of dark patterns of web design. Users still need to be aware that they exist however.

  2. May 2020
    1. But the scariest outcome of the centralization of information in the age of social networks is something else: It is making us all much less powerful in relation to governments and corporations.
    1. Design kit da pubblica amministrazione per creazione e gestione di siti web

    1. A monolithic server-run web app that relies on Ruby, Node, or another backend language.
    1. Welcome, continue to LINER

      Destul de simpatică aplicația, doar că varianta FREE e destul de limitată

    1. Team Chat on any Webpage to Discuss Issues, Feedback: Inverse

      Am instalat extensia și mi-am făcut conturi cu dinu.laurentiu@gmail.com si laurentiu.test01@gmail.com. NU consider că extensia/aplicația este de păstrat... nu arată rău, dar nu aduce NIMIC ÎN PLUS FAȚĂ DE HYPOTHES.IS

    1. Invite other people to your organization Inverse is designed for everyone, but built with groups and teams in mind. Use your organization code in Settings to invite people to your organization.

      Se pot crea echipe (Organizații) care să comenteze împreună pe o anumită pagină web

  3. Apr 2020
    1. scoped to a particular domain.

      Climate Feedback group (see here and here) seems to be one of these Restricted Publisher Groups. However, it doesn't seem to be "scoped to a particular domain" (see for example here, here, or here).

      Is this a third configuration of Publisher Groups? Or a different kind of groups altogether? Or have these domains been enabled one by one to the Publisher Group scope? Is this behaviour explained somewhere?

    1. Why not have blogs take better advantage of the ways we already interact?

      I think it's largely because blogging has been left behind as a social tool of the early web. I think the average web user perceives blogging in a sort of negative light as an old technology, but I think we're about to have (or perhaps already are having) a second blogging renaissance in reaction to the pitfalls of microblogging.

    1. So in the case of Chrome, the developers have essentially said "we will leave this to the user to decide in their preferences whether they want autocomplete to work or not. If you don't want it, don't enable it in your browser". However, it appears that this is a little over-zealous on their part for my liking, but it is the way it is.
    1. The path must not twist so much that visitors think they are being led astray, nor be so slow that visitors give up and strike cross-country through search engines. Nevertheless, twists and detours can help designers give their readers more than they expect.

      This makes me wonder if there are interesting major features or patterns we've not created for the web in general. Upsell, crosssell, alternatives, etc... are all corporate features. What about some interesting new artistic features perhaps?

      Almost no websites I run across are designed like this simple garden example. It's as if the website idea has been so rigidly crystalized that there's no room for exploration anymore.

    1. The attention of the audience is a writer's most precious possession, and the value of audience attention is seldom more clear than in writing for the Web. The time, care, and expense devoted to creating and promoting a hypertext are lost if readers arrive, glance around, and click elsewhere. How can the craft of hypertext invite readers to stay, to explore, and to reflect?

      A very early statement about what was about to become the "attention economy"

    1. Web Application Architecture – Its Components & TypesYou are here:HomeApps & SoftwareWeb Application Architecture – Its…

      A web application that works on the remote server with the help of the internet. The app is stored on the remote server and gets delivered over the browser interface.

    1. Preprints? What? Also sometimes referred to as e-prints, they are digitally shared, non-peer-reviewed scholarly articles that typically precede publication in a peer-reviewed journal [3]. They have been a part of science since at least the 1960s [4].

      Definisi preprint

      Preprint adalah makalah yang belum menjalani peninjauan sejawat yang versi digitalnya dibagikan secara daring. Preprint biasanya dibagikan sebelum dikirimkan ke jurnal.

      Preprint bukan barang baru

      Preprint telah dikenal sejak tahun 1960an (bidang biologi/ilmu hayati). Preprint merupakan salah satu produk turunan dari www yang diciptakan pada tahun 1990 oleh Tim Berners-Lee.

    1. Preprints? What?Alsosometimesreferred to ase-prints, they are digitally-shared,non-peer-reviewed scholarly articles that typically precede publication in a peer-reviewed journal [3]. They have been a part of science since at least the 1960s [4]. In 1990, Tim Berners-Lee created the World Wide Web to help researchers share knowledge easily.

      Definisi preprint

      Preprint adalah makalah yang belum menjalani peninjauan sejawat yang versi digitalnya dibagikan secara daring. Preprint biasanya dibagikan sebelum dikirimkan ke jurnal.

      Preprint bukan barang baru

      Preprint telah dikenal sejak tahun 1960an (bidang biologi/ilmu hayati). Preprint merupakan salah satu produk turunan dari www yang diciptakan pada tahun 1990 oleh Tim Berners-Lee.

    1. Web Tasarımında Görsel Etki Kullanıcılarınıza profesyonellik ve sofistike bir hava iletmek istiyorsanız, web sitenizin iyi görünmesi gerektiği doğrudur. Bunun yanında sitenizin estetik cazibesini oluşturmak için kullandığınız öğeler, fark edebileceğinizden daha fazla psikolojik etkiye sahiptir. Aslında tasarımcıların renk, içerik ve görüntüler gibi farklı tasarım öğelerine erişme ve bunları kullanma şekli, web sitenize göz attıkları zaman kullanıcının ruh hali, tutumu ve deneyimi üzerinde büyük bir etkiye sahip olabilir.
    1. Anlamı Olan Pazarlama: Web Tasarımı Psikolojisi Müşteri satın alma kararları kişisel ve karmaşıktır ancak bu, işletmelerin kitlelerini etkilemek için hiçbir şey yapamayacakları anlamına gelmez. Aslında bir şirketin tasarım ve pazarlama planlarında özellikle web psikolojisinin temellerini kullandığında, müşteri davranışını etkilemek üzere tasarlanmış unsurlarla donatabilmesinin birçok yolu vardır. Gelin birlikte bakalım.
    1. Web Yazılım Nedir? Dijital dünyada yer alan web sitenizi, kullanıcılara ulaştırmalı ve onların ihtiyaçlarına göre şekillendirmelisiniz. Web yazılım ise bu konudaki en büyük yardımcınız. Web tasarım olarak da adlandırılan bu yardımcı, kodlama dillerini kullanarak web sitenizi oluşturur, düzenler ve kullanıcı ihtiyaçlarına göre şekillendirir. JavaScript veya HTML gibi kodlama dillerini kullanarak kullanıcı deneyimine uygun bir web site kurabilirsiniz
    1. I strongly suggest to anyone who wants to become a developer that they do it as well. I mean, it's really easy to see all the work that's out there, and all the things that are left to learn, and think that it's just way beyond you. But when you write it down, you have a place that you can go back to, and not only have I been able to help other people with my blog posts, but I help myself. I'm constantly Googling something and getting my own website in response, and like, oh yeah, I remember I did that before.
    1. We ex­pect a kind of per­ma­nence to pub­li­ca­tions, which we don’t typ­i­cally ex­pect of web sites.
    2. EPUB is built from Web tech­nolo­gies
    3. the Web has be­come many things, but doc­u­ments and, by ex­ten­sion, pub­li­ca­tions, have re­mained close to the heart of the Web.
    1. Traditional annotations are marginalia, errata, and highlights in printed books, maps, picture, and other physical media
    1. drain more of our mental resources while we are reading

      In the abstract, the study cited points to "dual-task effects of fulfilling the assignment and working with the computer resulting in a higher cognitive workload".

      Although this load may decrease with people getting more and more familiar with computers (and computers getting more and more intuitive), it is also the case that more distractors are available too.

      This reminds me of a webinar hosted by Hypothesis in which Amanda Licastro mentioned Cathy Davidson's book "Now you see it" to talk about "Productive Multitasking". In the view that Amanda presented (at least what I understood of what she said), multitasking and distractions are unavoidable, but we can canalize them productively through web annotation, for example -instead of switching to Facebook and disconnect from what we were reading.

    1. moderating entities.

      But do this entities have to be central, monolithic? Can't they be distributed, collaborative?

      I usually like to think of the reddit model as a proposal for moderation of web annotation. Reddit is quite flexible as of what it is allowed and what it is not (this has, of course, brought heated debates in the past). But reddit has multiple reddits (as web annotation may have multiple groups or sublayers), each with a set of rules, administered and moderated by one or more people.

      Do you like the moderation rules of one subreddit? You can join and even help with moderation. You don't like them? Then don't join and find another one you feel more comfortable with.

    2. Audrey Watters

      It's fun (?) that a few months before Nate Angell published in the Hypothesis' blog that Hypothesis was doing pretty well with the Audrey Watters' Test for Educational Technology.

    1. never even implemented a way for webmasters to opt out of it,

      There were discussions about opt-out mechanisms in the Web Annotation Working group (see here), but in the end it was decided that further work would be deferred to to a future version of the specifications.

    1. both the body of the annotations and their anchors need to be revised before the annotations are suitable for use in a public discussion.

      Is a good practice for hypothesis to make personal annotations first, when reading, without carefully thinking of them too much, and then, once reading is over, go back to the annotations and see which are relevant to make public and polish them a bit?

    1. descriptive study of a large develop-ment team—roughly 450 people producing about 9,000 annotationson about 1,250 documents over 10 months—using a Web-based anno-tation system.
    1. This graph view is the easiest possible mental model for RDF and is often used in easy-to-understand visual explanations
    1. Isthere any way of using these annotations (cryptic jottings,emphasis symbols, underlining and highlighting) in theDocuverse?

      For example, I think one could sum the highlight in each specific section. If many people highlighted a passage, then the highlight color is higher. That way one would be able to discover passages that many people found important/interesting. Although, it may also bias others to do the same. As usual.

    2. pushing the grain-size of the hypertext to the morphemic level

      This ability is clearly reflected in 2017's W3C Web Annotation standard

    3. Although certainly it would be folly to becomeenmired in imitating paper systems and paper-basedpractices, it is important to look beyond the existing on-linefacilities for readers

      This is in clear opposition to the ideas of Brust and Rothkugel in their 2007's "On Anomalies in Annotation Systems", where they claim that "a new annotation system is doomed to fail if it is based on the pen-and-paper annotation paradigm only".

    1. Web science

      As it is, it looks like it refers to science of the web. Not to scientific practices in a web-like way (which seems to be the goal of the Linked Resarch project).

    1. a user can download his or her own data

      In a platform where one of the main values is collaboration, how important is it that these platforms guarantee that the user will be able to backup his/her data in case he/she wants (or is forced to) move out? Shouldn't this platforms also guarantee that one would be able to download ALL public data (or data the specific user has access to) to make sure he/she will be able to recreate the whole thing if he/she wants (or is forced) to?

    1. And if the closed platforms prohibited DRM in apps, then the large content providers would simply distribute their own set-top boxes and game consoles as the only way to watch their stuff.

      This sounds a bit naive to me. Who would buy those set-top boxes and game consoles? And do not only consider the United States' and European markets. Wouldn't the large content providers have to adapt to how the web works if they want to reach a broader audience?

    2. embed Netflix content in their own web pages,

      Now that the w3c has recommended eme, Is this possible?

    1. Extensions are built using web technology and can use the same APIs the browser provides to the open web.

      Wonder what they mean by "open web". Web standards, presumably.

    1. je crois que l’opportunité de résistance, dans l’espace numérique, réside dans des pratiques collectives de détournement

      le web, fondamentalement pénétré d'une culture anarchiste qui reconfigure l'autorité — hélas, le web d'aujourd'hui s’est mal démocratisé, aux mains des grands oligarques… — consiste en un espace d’échange de capital symbolique, profondément anti-capitaliste (cf. Antonio Casilli).

  4. Mar 2020
    1. The fastest way to preventively block the scripts that require prior consent is to install a module on your own server that we have developed for Apache, IIS and NGNIX. After the initial configuration, the module will autonomously block all the resources that are subject to prior consent, on all sites on that server that are using the Cookie Solution.
    1. he wants to focus on maximizing the health of conversations, and prioritizing people spending their time learning on the site

      Jack Dorsey on Twitter's future

    2. Dorsey doesn’t have all the answers. He’s more like a captain of a ship, wondering aloud how to avoid the many icebergs in his path while continuing ahead at full steam.
    1. 7 Best Web & Mobile Developer Technologies Of 2020You are here:HomeApps & Software7 Best Web & Mobile…

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    1. How Single Page Application Can Benefit Your Business?

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  5. Feb 2020
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    1. The Internet's share of the global electricity consumption was 10% in 2014 (Mills, 2013): As a reference, the entire global residential space heating in 2014 consumed the same amount (International Energy Agency, 2017a).

      Heating ALL the homes in all the world is about the same as the internet's carbon footprint according to this paper

    1. Something important to notice about this article. Not a single person here is linked to using their own website, or via a link to their presence on any of their respective decentralized networks.

      All the people whose names are linked are linked to on Twitter. All of the people who've written pieces or articles linked to in this piece are writing on Medium.com and not on their own sites/platforms.

      How can we honestly be getting anywhere if there isn't even a basic identity for any of these people on any of these decentralized networks?

      At least most of the projects seem to have websites, so that's a start. But are any of them dogfooding their own products to do so? I suspect not.

    1. We advocate for a Slow Web Movement. We are what we eat, and we are also what we consume online. Data-driven advertising, BlackBox algorithms, and the competition between Big Tech to keep us “engaged“ has created an addiction to low-value content. It is time to reset our digital consumption and create healthier habits. Since the last decade, with a set of guidelines, the Slow Web Movement is changing Software to make it care about us again. Think of it as the equivalent of "Organic" for Technology.

      As solid a pitch for the slow web movement as I've seen yet from an analogy perspective.

  6. Jan 2020
    1. Being audience and culturally aware, resolving conflict appropriately, using technology tools effectively, and taking responsibility for personal and group productivity.

      3 of these 4 are goals for my classroom without tech even on my mind, but with tech, they can transcend even further into the daily lives of digitally literate students

    2. Learning through making involves constructing new content

      design, revise, remix, MAKE SOMETHING

    3. reading online requires a basic understanding of web mechanics

      searching, determining credibility, etc.

    1. At least five processing practices occur during online research and comprehen-sion: (1) reading to identify important questions, (2) reading to locate information, (3) reading to evaluate information critically, (4) reading to synthesize informa-tion, and (5) reading to communicate information

      how do we make sure that students are not just "skimming" or doing #2???

    1. MediaSmarts has drawn on the work of academics and educators across the country to develop a curriculum framework to ensure that students from Kindergarten to Grade 12 can receive a comprehensive digital literacy education. This framework consists of lessons, classroom activities and other teacher resources that translate the five key concepts into specific digital literacy skills that are essential for each grade level. These skills are grouped into seven categories: Ethics and Empathy: This category addresses students’ social-emotional skills and empathy towards others as well as their ability to make ethical decisions in digital environments when dealing with issues such as cyberbullying, sharing other people’s content and accessing music and video. Privacy and Security: This includes essential skills for managing students’ privacy, reputation and security online, such as making good decisions about sharing their own content, understanding data collection techniques, protecting themselves from malware and other software threats, and being aware of their digital footprint. Community Engagement: Resources in this category teach students about their rights as citizens and consumers, and empower them to influence positive social norms in online spaces and to speak out as active, engaged citizens. Digital Health: Digital health skills include managing screen time and balancing students’ online and offline lives; managing online identity issues; dealing with issues relating to digital media, body image and sexuality; and understanding the differences between healthy and unhealthy online relationships. Consumer Awareness: These skills allow students to navigate highly commercialized online environments. They include recognizing and interpreting advertising, branding and consumerism; reading and understanding the implications of website Terms of Service and privacy policies; and being savvy consumers online. Finding and Verifying: Students need the skills to effectively search the Internet for information they need for personal and school purposes, and then evaluate and authenticate the sources and information they find. Making and Remixing: Making and remixing skills enable students to create digital content and use existing content for their own purposes in ways that respect legal and ethical considerations, and to use digital platforms to collaborate with others.

      all things that can easily be worked into any curriculum that involves technology

    2. citizens who lack digital literacy skills risk being disadvantaged when it comes to accessing healthcare, government services and opportunities for employment, education and civic participation

      as teachers, we need to connect them to the world around them.. this world is digital in the modern age, so we can offer them not only the opportunity to do good for others but also for themselves

    3. Today’s youth are often called “digital natives” by adults because of the seemingly effortless way they engage with all things technological.

      we can prepare them for the future workforce; many jobs require certain skills with tech - managing social media, programming, contacting customers via chat and phone, etc.

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    1. Vannevar Bush July 1945 Issue

      Imagine what Vannevar Bush would think of the web annotation standard--or the fact that his article has been annotated more than 270 times! But the impact of annotation is much, much bigger than one article!

    1. The Web Annotation Data Model specification describes a structured model and format to enable annotations to be shared and reused across different hardware and software platforms.

      The publication of this web standard changed everything. I look forward to true testing of interoperable open annotation. The publication of the standard nearly three years ago was a game changer, but the game is still in progress. The future potential is unlimited!

  7. Dec 2019

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    1. Excellent Web World is an India-based company that offers its users with app and web development, cross platform app development, and SEOs.

      We are a web and app development company that brings digitization to your company in a customer, employee, and management friendly way. Our aim is to become the technology partner to potential startups & enterprises.

    1. And other recent developments suggest that doing so could overcome many of the earlier pitfalls of protocol-based systems, potentially creating the best of all words: useful internet services, with competition driving innovation, not controlled solely by giant corporations, but financially sustainable, providing end users with more control over their own data and privacy—and providing mis- and disinformation far fewer opportunities to wreak havoc.

      Some of the issue with this then becomes: "Who exactly creates these standards?" We already have issues with mega-corporations like Google wielding out sized influence in the ability to create new standards like Schema.org or AMP.

      Who is to say they don't tacitly design their standards to directly (and only) benefit themselves?

    1. His answer is that our creative minds are being strengthened rather than atrophied by the ability to interact easily with the Web and Wikipedia. “Not only has transactive memory not hurt us,” he writes, “it’s allowed us to perform at higher levels, accomplishing acts of reasoning that are impossible for us alone.”

      This is where I disagree with Thompson. The potential for IA is there but we have retrogressed with the advent of the web.

    1. when it comes to your web browsing experience, it turns out that latency, not bandwidth, is likely the constraining factor today.
    2. Figure 1-1. In this data from StatCounter Global Stats, we can see that the total percentage of Internet traffic coming from mobile devices is steadily increasing.
    3. 75% of online shoppers who experience an issue such as a site freezing, crashing, taking too long to load, or having a convoluted checkout process will not buy from that site. Gomez studied online shopper behavior and found that 88% of online consumers are less likely to return to a site after a bad experience. The same study found that “at peak traffic times, more than 75% of online consumers left for a competitor’s site rather than suffer delays.”
    4. users expect pages to load in two seconds, and after three seconds, up to 40% of users will abandon your site. Moreover, 85% of mobile users expect sites to load at least as fast or faster than sites on their desktop.
    5. components of its user experience: layout, hierarchy, intuitiveness, ease of use, and more.
  • Nov 2019
    1. The emissions from onereturn ticket from London to New York are roughly equivalent to that of heating a typical home in the EU for a whole year (European Commission, 2019).

      Holy balls. I've never seen it compared in those terms before.

    1. Integrating Technology with Bloom’s Taxonomy

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    1. Training and Development Policy Wiki

      This webpage, under the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) .gov site, provides an extensive list of technology resources that can be and have been implemented into a variety of employee deveolpment programs. These tools allow for more personalized learning, active participation, collaboration, and communication.In the first section of the site, examples of Web 2.0 tools are listed that can promote collaboration and constructive learning. You can also find technologies that are used in specific sectors, such as the Federal Government and the Private Sector. Clicking on the links redirects you to additional resources on the tech tools, including how to use them effectively and professionally for employee training. Rating 10/10