28 Matching Annotations
  1. Nov 2020
  2. Oct 2020
    1. Win back your calendar and stop wasting time in meetings. Our screen recorder can provide the context and connection of a meeting without the time commitment.
    1. Once you have selected text on the page and used our a keyboard shortcut, your browser’s focus will shift to a text box in the Hypothesis sidebar. Here you’ll be able to type a note to accompany your text selection.

      Testing out making annotations in the browser with Hypothes.is by only using my keyboard.

      • F7 to turn on Carrot browsing extension
      • Ctrl+Shift+H to turn on Hypothesis
      • Use Ctrl and arrow keys to move about the page
      • Shift + arrow keys to highlight section
      • Alternately Shift+Ctrl+ arrow keys to go by word
      • Tap a or h to open up an annotation or highlight respectively
      • For annotations, type the note, tab to add tags, and then post.
  3. Sep 2020
  4. May 2020
  5. Apr 2020
    1. Vertical navigation needs to scroll and “stick” to the screen so that users don’t lose it. Often vertical navigation works well on a single page design
    2. With wider screens, the scroll is higher and some navigation elements might get “lost.”
    3. One thing is certain when it comes to navigation trends, users and designers seem to be fed up with completely hidden styles and demand options that work in similar formats on desktops and mobile devices. This might be one of the reasons a vertical pattern is trending.
    4. The common theme is that many hamburger icons open into vertical sliding navigation.
    1. Like most parents, I angst about giving the kids too much screen time, but Garageband has taught me: Not all screen time is created equal. The right piece of software matched with a child’s natural proclivities and talents and passion can yield complete gold.

      Interesting quote in regards to Corrie Barclay's post on challanges and screen time.

  6. Jan 2020
    1. Chemically, europium’s reactions are similar to calcium. It is used in some superconductor alloys and in television screens, where it produces the red color.

      europium has been popularly used for the red flash and light in smart phones.

  7. Dec 2019
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  • Feb 2019
    1. And the screens are almost horizontal

      It took quite a long time to get to more tactile interfaces, yet still, predominantly (as I am using a laptop right now) interfacing more of a vertical interface.

  • Dec 2017
  • Nov 2017
    1. CRISPR screening has emerged as a powerful method for identifying critical functional dependencies in vitro (Koike-Yusa et al., 2014xGenome-wide recessive genetic screening in mammalian cells with a lentiviral CRISPR-guide RNA library. Koike-Yusa, H., Li, Y., Tan, E.-P., Velasco-Herrera, Mdel.C., and Yusa, K. Nat. Biotechnol. 2014; 32: 267–273Crossref | PubMed | Scopus (285)See all References, Shalem et al., 2014xGenome-scale CRISPR-Cas9 knockout screening in human cells. Shalem, O., Sanjana, N.E., Hartenian, E., Shi, X., Scott, D.A., Mikkelson, T., Heckl, D., Ebert, B.L., Root, D.E., Doench, J.G., and Zhang, F. Science. 2014; 343: 84–87Crossref | PubMed | Scopus (936)See all References)
  • May 2017
    1. You carry some gadget, a phone or a watch or a pendant or an implant in your palm, and use it to animate any screen or surface you encounter.

      This would be useful in some situations, but maybe not when you don't want others to see what you are looking at.

  • Jun 2016
    1. owever, it isimportant to distinguish between generic job categories andthe specification of tasks performed; the contributorshipmodel is designed to record each individual’s actual input(e.g., experimental design, data collection, statistical analy-sis, final article revision), not job title (e.g., coprincipalinvestigator, technician, systems analyst), since the lattermay on occasion mask or inflate the former (Stern, 2000).

      Great point about movie credits: they are about job title, not contribution.

  • May 2016
  • Jun 2015
    1. Before 1992 most studies concluded that people read slower, less accurately and less comprehensively on screens than on paper. Studies published since the early 1990s, however, have produced more inconsistent results: a slight majority has confirmed earlier conclusions, but almost as many have found few significant differences in reading speed or comprehension between paper and screens.