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  1. Jan 2022
    1. We invite communities and groups involved in review activities to try this review modality for preprints themselves

      This would be a really fun activity during a conference. For example, during the next ASCB meeting, researchers could co-review a talk and preprint during a session (asynchronously or together).

  2. Dec 2021
    1. comments and suggestions like in Google Docs, but addressable and referenceable? What about forking, branching, and merging like in GitHub, but with your documents and conversations? What about cross-graph references?!?

      Be still my heart

    2. There simply aren’t knowledge graphs for teams yet, and so we are building the first.

      Wonderful -- thank you!!

  3. Nov 2021
    1. align with how customers think of their workflow

      Digital ink and ipad pencil notes are the foundation of said workflow for me!

    2. you'll be able to throw up a side-by-side parallel view.


    3. you can forge connections to other documents, authors, notes, and highlights — using the same fuzzy search, autocomplete and backlinking you'd expect in any modern tool for thought.


    4. built on a local-first foundation enabling blazingly fast, full-text search of your entire library of books, articles, annotations, and highlights.

      Sure hope that it interfaces with the networked notetaking apps (e.g. Roam) so that the search is interoperable across Roam/Readwise boundaries :-)

    5. to integrate unbundled functionality in a terribly fragmented space.

      Thank you

    6. we've embedded a fun, guilt-free triage workflow directly into the Readwise reading app freeing you up to spend more time doing what you actually want to be doing: reading.

      I'd love to read a write up of this gamification strategy - could be widely useful for accessible research and education?? standalone API perhaps?

    7. create threaded annotations (like in Twitter or Roam) or wikilink to other documents, authors, notes, & highlights.

      Soo will those wikilinks be bidirectional (like in Roam/obsidian/Hook)??

    8. scribbling

      Oh but I love scribbling (and handwritten notes are more personal, individual, generative, and all of a sudden are machine readable too). This is going to be a critical feature in the next gen of ereaders I bet!

    9. stitching together two, three, four, sometimes seven different apps across all their devices

      yeah but what about the open-source philosophy that good software does one or a couple of things really well and interoperates cleanly with other modular software? One think I love about Readwise is that it gives me flexibility about the source(s) of my reading and I know I can access the highlights (maybe notes) later. On the other hand, it will be super useful to be able to go back to the context/ location of the highlight directly.

    10. Whenever you tag or add an annotation to a resurfaced highlight, you can see that update reflected in the margin of the original document (and vice versa).

      Yes! Will this include margin notes taken with digital ink that is then recognized by OCR? (e.g. like myscript/kobo is doing). That would be truly transformative. Much more personal and flexible than typing some stuff into the margins.

    11. Why do we still need to stitch together 7 different apps to unify our digital reading?


    1. The discussion of a personalmental health problem is likely to decrease an applicant’schances of acceptance into a program.

      It would probably be better if this implicit penalty went away in the future. Or is it better for this type of personal (vulnerable) information be shared at the stage of an interview or rotation, with individual PIs who have demonstrated receptivity to talking openly about mental health (then the student is also interviewing the PI about their lab environment).

    1. a stoichiometry of approximately one complex molecule per actin monomer

      This seems like an unreasonably high stoichiometry of Arp2/3 complexes per actin subunit; we now know that each Arp2/3 complex covers a few subunits, so there shouldn't be enough room on the filament to fit 1:1 Arp2/3 complex/actin