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  1. Jul 2024
    1. 24:00 Nick points out that he wants to leave people "... more curious and connected" [purpose]. So, he can talk about topics beyond note-making, since they still convey his message.

    2. I am much reminded of people like Max Reisinger here, who show their vulnerability in their content, making it more real and authentic (note: Max did make a video outlining that YT became a persona of sorts, where he had to try to show vulnerability, which wasn't really what he was doing day to day).

      Nick seems to/want to show more vulnerability, talk about more diverse topics (like Jungian psychology), making it, in my opinion, ultimately more mature and authentic content. I was becoming allergic to some creators, probably because they weren't doing this?

    1. Someone once said that at least one in five people are writing a novel. I barely know anyone who isn’t. It is still a prestigious form. And so, despite social media – the junk food of communication – literature continues to adapt to the contemporary mood. Where there is digital overload, people are returning to this more relaxed, nutritious analogue mode - reading words on a page.
  2. Jun 2024
    1. the AI created Music learned from got inspiration from the hit songs and came up with a great new hit song for you and then kind of you 00:13:21 know what we'll call those those artifacts or the little similarities here and there might get picked up by Content ID on YouTube

      for - AI music - youtube content ID algorithms can identify it

    2. meta they just rolled out they're like hey if you want to pay a certain subscription we will show your stuff to your followers 00:03:14 on Instagram and Facebook

      for - example - social media platforms bleeding content producers - Meta - Facebook - Instagram

    1. McNeill does not specify whether he believed thatcontent or process was more important.

      I can't help of thinking about the debate on nature vs. nurture here. How might we extend it to the idea of content vs. process with respect to cultural anthropology.

      How does a culture vary based on the content they use and produce with respect to the process by which they transmit and use that same content?

      In colonialized cultures the process has been bastardized which then leads to changes in the content as well. Ultimately both switch and are changed from their original. How could a culture hold onto their past which makes it the culture that it was?

      There's some fun stuff going on at these junctures.

    1. 49 theme months across multiple topic areas

      This was huge, I think, from a KM perspective -- in my mind one of the most impactful approaches to knowledge sharing at scale. In brief, it provided a structure for diverse USAID teams to have "their month" to curate, synthesize, and create relevant content that amplifies the good work of their team and makes it accessible to stakeholders, users, and partners in the USAID ecosystem.

  3. May 2024
    1. In asynchronousenvironments, students can re-watch recorded lecturesas many times as they need to in order to understand thecontent and can make use of closed captions or transcriptsto improve comprehension

      Value of incorporating videos and maybe using videos with discussions embeded.

    1. The categories were examined for purpose andsatisfaction, and the authors claim that though students value beingengaged in a variety of ways in online courses, instructors do not integratea wide variety of tools, whether due to lack of knowledge or training

      Importance of tool variety in online courses

    1. We contributed free work to the company because the content is under a CC BY-SA license. It is fine to make money off our content as long as they adhere to the license. This forbids selling the content to OpenAI, though, since they do not provide attribution or release their derivative works under a compatible license.
    2. I feel violated, cheated upon, betrayed, and exploited.
    3. What could possibly go wrong? Dear Stack Overflow denizens, thanks for helping train OpenAI's billion-dollar LLMs. Seems that many have been drinking the AI koolaid or mixing psychedelics into their happy tea. So much for being part of a "community", seems that was just happy talk for "being exploited to generate LLM training data..." The corrupting influence of the profit-motive is never far away.
  4. Apr 2024
    1. Nevertheless, despite the impact of multimedia tools on the improvement of teaching and learning activities, it could be counterproductive if the computer-based tools are not properly designed or the instructional materials are not well composed.

      Quality is very important

    1. Khan Academy Kids

      This is what Ziggy uses in Australia I think - must check with his parents.

      I loved Toca Boca as well. That was the first example found that I felt was worth it. Use that as my main influence in the proposal if I have not already done so. Was a crazy week.

    2. . Additionally, designers should use attractive colors for children of lower age groups.

      the importance of colours

    3. The needs of children, when it comes to digital designs, vary from those of adults. However, several UX principles, design patterns, and preferences hold for kids and adults. The overarching goal of any design, i.e., to create valuable and usable solutions for a user, stays the same for all audiences.
  5. Mar 2024
    1. There is a need to think about the element that the user sees, the first impression, and the long-term goals of all such designs.

      This is key for me too, it's about quality visuals, which I find lacking in a lot of kids content personally.

    1. Then the other answered again, “Sir Gawain, so may I thrive as I am fain to take this buffet at thine hand,” and he quoth further, “Sir Gawain, it liketh me well that I shall take at thy fist that which I have asked here, and thou hast readily and truly rehearsed all the covenant that I asked of the king, save that thou shalt swear me, by thy troth, to seek me thyself wherever thou hopest that I may be found, and win thee such reward as thou dealest me to-day, before this folk.”

      The Green Knight shows his excitement to take the hit from Sir Gawain's hand in response to his wanting to take on the challenge. This implies a feeling of loyalty and willingness to carry out their end of the bargain. But then the Green Knight secretly changes the terms of the first agreement struck with King Arthur by adding a new condition to their agreement. The Green Knight adds a sense of mystery as well as potential risk for Gawain when he asks him to vow on his honor to find him later and offer a prize equal to the one he received today.

  6. Feb 2024
    1. I'm not sure if I should write it in the answer directly, but I could also say that when an OP simply rolls back an edit without preemptively stating any reasoning in a comment etc., that tends to create the impression that OP is misguidedly claiming "ownership" of the content or feels entitled to reject changes without needing a reason.
    2. In fact, I think this self-answered Q&A of yours was already quite good by the standards of the site, and very useful - I've used it to close other duplicates several times. As someone who wears a "curator" hat around here, I want to make questions like this even better - as good as they can be - and make it clear to others that this is the right duplicate target to use when someone else asks the same question.
    3. Then I gave the question a longer, more descriptive title: I made it an actual question (with a question mark and everything), and replaced the term "lazy evaluation" with a more concrete description. The goal is to make the question more recognizable and more searchable. Hopefully this way, people who need this information have a better chance of finding it with a search engine; people who click through to it from a search page (either on Stack Overflow or from external search) will take less time to verify that it's the question they're trying to answer; and other curators will be able to close duplicates more quickly and more accurately. This edit also improves visibility for some related questions (and I made similar changes elsewhere to promote this one appropriately).
    1. Read [[Martha S. Jones]] in A New Face for an Old Library Catalog

      Discussion on harmful content in library card catalogs and finding aids.

      The methods used to describe archive material can not only be harmful to those using them, but they also provide a useful historical record of what cataloguers may have been thinking contemporaneously as they classified and organized materials.

      This is another potentially useful set of information to have while reading into historical topics from library card catalogs compared to modern-day digital methods.

      Is anyone using version control on their catalogs?

  7. Jan 2024
    1. Die obersten 2000 m der Ozeane haben 2023 15 Zettajoule Wärme mehr absorbiert als 2022. Die Erwärmung dieser Schichten verringert den Austausch mit den kälteren unteren Schichten und belastet die marinen Ökosysteme dadurch zusätzlich. Bisher sind keine Zeichen für eine Beschleunigung der Zunahme des Wärmehinhalts im Verhältnis zu den Vorjahren zu erkennen. Die Oberflächentemperatur der Ozeane lag im ersten Halbjahr 0,1°, im zweiten Halbjahr aber für die Wissenschaft überraschende 0,3 Grad über der des Jahres 2022. Schwere Zyklone, darunter der längste bisher beobachtete überhaupt, trafen vor allem besonders vulnerable Gebiete.


      Study: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s00376-024-3378-5

      Report: https://www.globalwater.online/#content

    1. By its very nature, moderation is a form of censorship. You, as a community, space, or platform are deciding who and what is unacceptable. In Substack’s case, for example, they don’t allow pornography but they do allow Nazis. That’s not “free speech” but rather a business decision. If you’re making moderation based on financials, fine, but say so. Then platform users can make choices appropriately.
  8. Dec 2023
    1. Licenses : You are free to share all of my pictures under the Creative Commons BY-NC-ND 2.0. The PoIC, as a software, is free to modify and/or redistribute under the GNU General Public License v3.0.

      Hawk considered PoIC a "software" and licensed it as such. :)

    1. Their ideas of possible action vary fromimportant-looking signed pronounce-ments and protests to the withholding ofservices and the refusal to assist in techni-cal developments that may be misap-plied.

      Not too dissimilar from programmers who add licensing to their work now to prevent it from being misused.



  9. Nov 2023
    1. In contrast, media ecologists focus on understanding media as environments and how those environments affect society.

      The World Wide Web takes on an ecological identity in that it is defined by the ecology of relationships exercised within, determining the "environmental" aspects of the online world. What of media ecology and its impact on earth's ecology? There are climate change ramifications simply in the use of social media itself, yet alone the influences or behaviors associated with it: here is a carbon emissions calculator for seemingly "innocent" internet use:

    1. If you want to give your site members access to your Content Libraries, you can use the Libraries component, which is available in templates such as Customer Service, Build Your Own (Aura), Partner Central, and Customer Account Portal. Once the component is added, site members can view and open the libraries they have access to, either in a list view or a tile view.

      I've been exploring Salesforce Experience Cloud recently, and it's great to know that I can easily grant site members access to our Content Libraries using the Libraries component. This feature makes it easier to access the resources they need.

  10. Oct 2023
    1. inflection: a change to the ending of an object’s id string in order to obtain a reference to content related to the originally referenced content.

      Expectations A form of content negotiation

    1. Content drift describes the case where the resource identified by its URI changes over time and hence, as time goes by, the request returns content that becomes less and less representative of what was originally referenced.

      Content Drift

  11. Sep 2023
  12. Aug 2023
    1. You share in responsibility in maintaining this relationship and it is apartnership that relies on both parties being proactive within thetransaction. Yet again you will have to be the initiator and strategicallyprovide content that allows for high personalisation, when the contentallows for continued engagement satisfaction will be raised and they willkeep returning for this interaction.

      building the relationship between you and audience

    2. The content thatyou create needs to be valuable,engaging with your coreconsumer is all aboutdeepening the relationshipbetween your brand/businessand the consumer

      valuable content

    3. Target AudienceYour target audience consists of the individuals who have yet to buy intoyour brand, these individuals are the people who all your content is initiallyaimed at. The ultimate goal is successfully engaging/converting them tobecome your core consumer audience; crossing this divide will allow you tocreate that legacy brand or business through your influential content.

      target audience

    4. This area of study can assist in gauging all of your conversion points insideyour social media system: post conversion, profile conversion, websiteconversion, etc.

      you have to convert

    5. The smart influencer would realise this is only disruptive toyour success if you don’t know how to capitalise on the moment, you haveto be able to quickly adapt your planned content to cater for this organiccontent creating moment by leveraging on these current topics andincorporating global issues into your brand or businesses posting activity asit affects your various audiences.

      following the current

    6. Caching content helps you to always be ready to stimulate your audience,you never want to be in a place of content scarcity; this demonstrates aninability to fulfil the supply and demand expectation!

      vaulted content

    7. The competitive spirit thatyou can leverage on is more so gamifying your content creating a niceenvironment for consumers to enjoy your content from a different stimulatingpoint

      gameify content instead of competing

    8. Always try to have regularity with your contentas it will allow you to become a part of the consumer’s lifestyle, they willdevelop an awareness of your posting pattern providing them with aroutine they can work with. Frequent content allows you to have moreopportunities to interact with the consumer. Understanding the importanceof being consistent will help you boost your influencing power. Your contentwill be a present trigger within the consumer’s mind, creating a pattern ofassociation between your content and the consumer’s virtual lifestyle.

      the power of consistency

    9. If you are struggling to find people who can be in your team, collaboratingis the best option. You won’t have authority over their workload but you willbe able to rely on them to work with you, helping you as you fulfil yourpromise to help them.

      collaboration is a must

    10. When big news stories are capturing the public's attention, this is a greatopportunity to connect emotionally with them. There is no need to conformto the majority’s way of thinking; instead you can position yourself as athought leader by being truthful in your expression and conveying yourbeliefs in a way that still allows people to connect with you even if theyhave a different perspective.

      big news and opportunities to connect with audience

    11. If you were to do a current affairs post on Martin Luther King Jr day aboutMLK, you would most likely mention words such as black history, civil rightsetc. These content specific words help people get a first glimpse of whatthe content will be referring to.

      Semantic fields

    12. Captions help control the perception, they fill in the blanks that shortform content may not allow for; they help you explain what the widerdiscussion is, allowing for people to be informed when responding. Thisis especially useful when discussing sensitive or complex topics as itcreates context for the content.

      captions in content creation

    13. Your contentneeds to be deeply satisfying evoking the correct range of emotions thatpeople seek to experience when they initially seek out content.


    14. Your branding across all your social networking platforms should embracethe specific influencer culture that you want your audiences to tap into; thiswill expose your audience to parallel experiences across your platforms.People will be able to perceive the greater value added by beingintertwined with your online community.

      culture of influencer

    15. Good brand engagement for any influencer should result in twoway communication whereby the audience actively responds to thecontent you are creating for them; ideally with content of their own that iscentered around you or your product (video reviews/testimonials forinstance).

      the audience communication with you

    16. each platform demands it’sown formatting and optimizing to perform well with your audience

      platform specific content curation

    17. Make sure that the content you create is something you’d want to be inyour legacy...because it is!

      its my legacy



    1. application/xml: data-size: XML very verbose, but usually not an issue when using compression and thinking that the write access case (e.g. through POST or PUT) is much more rare as read-access (in many cases it is <3% of all traffic). Rarely there where cases where I had to optimize the write performance existence of non-ascii chars: you can use utf-8 as encoding in XML existence of binary data: would need to use base64 encoding filename data: you can encapsulate this inside field in XML application/json data-size: more compact less that XML, still text, but you can compress non-ascii chars: json is utf-8 binary data: base64 (also see json-binary-question) filename data: encapsulate as own field-section inside json
  13. Jul 2023
    1. Sorry, Insufficient Access Privileges


      You may benefit from this link, instead https://www.w3.org/History/1991/HTRejected.wn/WNDocument.wn

      (Not sure if it's actually the same as what's supposed to be available here.)

  14. Jun 2023
    1. I always like to point to a text that changed my thinking about this question, and that’s Kathleen Yancey’s “Writing in the 21st Century.” It basically states that students are writing more than ever before. If you were to challenge a group of students (which I have) to document how many text messages, TikTok, IG posts, Facebook posts, tweets, emails they send out in a day, the sheer volume of writing is staggering. Why we don’t value that writing in academia is the question for me.

      interesting point! some other things in my head:

      1) in addition to our increased writing endeavors, we've also been engaging in extensive reading as well, but our reading material has evolved beyond books, encompassing the plethora of content available in the vast expanse of cyberspace

      2) and while the quantity of reading has expanded significantly, it is equally intriguing to recognize that the nature of these texts has shifted towards shorter formats—tweets, ig post captions, microblogs, etc

      3) AND lastly, the act of reading has swiftly evolved into the realm of listening, with the emergence of podcasts, audiobooks, listenable videos, and similar forms of content consumption

  15. May 2023
    1. ```http GET http://localhost:50714/api/Car HTTP/1.1 User-Agent: Fiddler Host: localhost:50714 Range: x-entity=2-5

      HTTP/1.1 206 Partial Content Cache-Control: no-cache Pragma: no-cache Content-Type: application/json; charset=utf-8 Content-Range: x-entity 2-5/10 Expires: -1 Server: Microsoft-IIS/8.0 Date: Tue, 31 Jul 2012 19:00:19 GMT Content-Length: 447

      [{"Id":3,"Make":"Toyota","Model":"Yaris","BuildYear":2003,"Price":3750.0,... ```

    1. ```http GET /users

      200 OK Accept-Ranges: users Content-Range: users 0-9/200

      [ 0, …, 9 ] ```

      ```http GET /users Range: users=0-9

      206 Partial Content Accept-Ranges: users Content-Range: users 0-9/200

      [ 0, …, 9 ] ```

      ```http GET /users Range: users=0-9,50-59

      206 Partial Content Accept-Ranges: users Content-Type: multipart/mixed; boundary=next

      --next Content-Range: users 0-9/200

      [ 0, …, 9 ]

      --next Content-Range: users 50-59/200

      [ 50, …, 59 ]

      --next-- ```

      ```http GET /users?name=Fred

      206 Partial Content Accept-Ranges: users Content-Range: users 0-100/*

      [ 0, …, 100 ] ```

    1. Map of Content Vizualized (VMOC)

      a start of thinking on the space of converging written and visual thinking, but not as advanced as even Raymond Llull or indigenous ways of knowing which more naturally merge these modes of thinking.

      Western though is just missing so much... sigh

  16. Apr 2023
    1. amd [sic.]

      I'm having trouble determining the source of this purported error. This PDF appears to have copied the content from the version published on kurzweilai.net, which includes the same "erratum". Meanwhile, however, this document which looks like it could plausibly be a scan of the original contains no such error: https://documents.theblackvault.com/documents/dod/readingroom/16a/977.pdf

      I wonder if someone transcribed the memo with this "amd" error and that copy was widely distributed (e.g. during the BBS era?) and then someone came across that copy and inserted the "[sic]" adornments.

    1. (6-10+ minutes) engaging videos that appear to do well on YouTube

      This number(6-10minutes) is appealing to most viewers as it is concise and delivers a information in short bursts. It is ideal for quick tutorials, news and entertainment.

  17. Mar 2023
    1. the Content Index Card is a combination type of index card that includes direct quotations, draft notes and ideas, conceptual diagrams, etc. that are all associated with the main article, book chapter or book discussed in the index card. I use larger (5″ x 8″) index cards for those cases.

      Pacheco-Vega defines a "combined" or "content index card" or one might say a content note as a one with "direct quotations, draft notes and ideas, conceptual diagrams, etc. that are associated with" the work in question. These seem similar to Ahrens' fleeting notes, though seem a bit more fleshed out.

    1. The ‘top level’ category was too fixed, and it was hard to know when you needed a new category i.e. 1004 versus 1003/3.

      The problem here is equating the "top level" number with category in the first place. It's just an idea and the number is a location. Start by separating the two.

    1. content-moderation subsidiarity. Just asthe general principle of political subsidiarity holds that decisions should bemade at the lowest organizational level capable of making such decisions,15content-moderation subsidiarity devolves decisions to the individual in-stances that make up the overall network.

      Content-moderation subsidiarity

      In the fediverse, content moderation decisions are made at low organization levels—at the instance level—rather than on a global scale.

    1. OpenAI also contracted out what’s known as ghost labor: gig workers, including some in Kenya (a former British Empire state, where people speak Empire English) who make $2 an hour to read and tag the worst stuff imaginable — pedophilia, bestiality, you name it — so it can be weeded out. The filtering leads to its own issues. If you remove content with words about sex, you lose content of in-groups talking with one another about those things.

      OpenAI’s use of human taggers

  18. Feb 2023
    1. Rozenshtein, Alan Z., Moderating the Fediverse: Content Moderation on Distributed Social Media (November 23, 2022). 2 Journal of Free Speech Law (2023, Forthcoming), Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=4213674 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.4213674

      Found via Nathan Schneider


      Current approaches to content moderation generally assume the continued dominance of “walled gardens”: social media platforms that control who can use their services and how. But an emerging form of decentralized social media—the "Fediverse"—offers an alternative model, one more akin to how email works and that avoids many of the pitfalls of centralized moderation. This essay, which builds on an emerging literature around decentralized social media, seeks to give an overview of the Fediverse, its benefits and drawbacks, and how government action can influence and encourage its development.

      Part I describes the Fediverse and how it works, beginning with a general description of open versus closed protocols and then proceeding to a description of the current Fediverse ecosystem, focusing on its major protocols and applications. Part II looks at the specific issue of content moderation on the Fediverse, using Mastodon, a Twitter-like microblogging service, as a case study to draw out the advantages and disadvantages of the federated content-moderation approach as compared to the current dominant closed-platform model. Part III considers how policymakers can encourage the Fediverse, whether through direct regulation, antitrust enforcement, or liability shields.

    1. Internet ‘algospeak’ is changing our language in real time, from ‘nip nops’ to ‘le dollar bean’ by [[Taylor Lorenz]]

      shifts in language and meaning of words and symbols as the result of algorithmic content moderation

      instead of slow semantic shifts, content moderation is actively pushing shifts of words and their meanings

      article suggested by this week's Dan Allosso Book club on Pirate Enlightenment

    2. “you’ll never be able to sanitize the Internet.”
    3. Could it be the sift from person to person (known in both directions) to massive broadcast that is driving issues with content moderation. When it's person to person, one can simply choose not to interact and put the person beyond their individual pale. This sort of shunning is much harder to do with larger mass publics at scale in broadcast mode.

      How can bringing content moderation back down to the neighborhood scale help in the broadcast model?

    4. “Zuck Got Me For,” a site created by a meme account administrator who goes by Ana, is a place where creators can upload nonsensical content that was banned by Instagram’s moderation algorithms.
    5. “The reality is that tech companies have been using automated tools to moderate content for a really long time and while it’s touted as this sophisticated machine learning, it’s often just a list of words they think are problematic,” said Ángel Díaz, a lecturer at the UCLA School of Law who studies technology and racial discrimination.
    6. Is algorithmic content moderation creating a new sort of cancel culture online?

    7. But algorithmic content moderation systems are more pervasive on the modern Internet, and often end up silencing marginalized communities and important discussions.

      What about non-marginalized toxic communities like Neo-Nazis?

    1. LaMDA's safety features could also be limiting: Michelle Taransky found that "the software seemed very reluctant to generate people doing mean things". Models that generate toxic content are highly undesirable, but a literary world where no character is ever mean is unlikely to be interesting.
  19. Jan 2023
    1. then, books were as much a part of this landscape, the noise of other people's thoughts, as anything else. and yet even then, she touched on this theme that around this time became a meme among self-aware gen z kids, with viral tiktoks and tweets like "i have to consume like 8 forms of media at once to prevent myself from ever having a thought."

      Link with forming identity through association with brands; negation of the self, filled by the curation of self-chosen media

    2. the lack of external input—of content to consume—is terrifying to people, to the extent that singular artifacts of media aren't sufficient. you need multiple inputs at once, to hedge against the possibility that one of them will fail to hold your attention and force you to sit in the quiet of your own mind.

      Overwhelming the senses, numbing thought -- antithetical to meditation, blocking thought rather than releasing it, detachment from reality and immersion in the created world, embracing overwhelm instead of deep experience

    3. we try in vain to pay out fractional amounts of our attention and find that the whole is, somehow, less than the sum of its parts. in wanting to pay attention to everything, we often fail to pay attention to anything at all.

      Must choose -- echo of 4000 Weeks

  20. Dec 2022
    1. 4NO POSTING OR UPLOADING VIDEOS OF ANY KINDTo protect the quality of our group & prevent members from being solicited products & services - we don't allow any videos because we can't monitor what's being said word for word. Written post only.

      annotation meta: may need new tag: - can't effectively monitor

    2. 2NO POST FROM FAN PAGES / ARTICLES / VIDEO LINKSOur mission is to cultivate the highest quality content inside the group. If we allowed videos, fan page shares, & outside websites, our group would turn into spam fest. Original written content only
    1. For example I had a few notes on principles of modern cryptography that came in handy when I had to write a paper about a related topic for my studies. But these cases were rare at best, most of these notes were never looked at again.

      The one shining moment in the whole essay and they don't seem to realize where the benefit or use actually was. They finally had a reason to have taken notes and the ideas shone here. But they've written off the tools because they didn't understand when to use them.

      Hammers are cool, but unless you're a professional carpenter, you don't carry it around all the time and use it constantly to hammer things. The same is true of note taking as a tool. You might use it regularly if you're a writer or an academic perhaps, but for hourly use in your day-to-day? Almost definitely not.