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    1. We operate based on consent rather than consensus, a core principle of sociocracy.


    2. generate self-direction and strong, coherent leadership by helping each other learn.

      self-direction, strong and coherent leadership

    3. We help everyone get more agency over data about them, limiting others assembling detailed databases of our every digital action.

      agency over data about them

    4. Our values reflect and support the central concepts at the heart of Tech We Trust — trust, equity, privacy, and decentralization

      baking these values into tech

    5. learning and teaching in fluid peer-to-peer communities

      sense making first in fluid peer-to-peer communities

    6. engaging with active development of platform cooperativism

      platform cooperativism

    7. Tech We Trust technologies that prioritize our autonomy, privacy and dignity. Our tech, not their tech.​

      autonomy, privacy and dignity

      the right watchwords in the right order, wow.

    1. hank you for the link to @GETDWeb I dig dig life very much. Your byline: Tech We Trust technologies that prioritize our autonomy, privacy and dignity. Our tech, not their tech. articulates best what I always had in mind. In that order. It is our timebinding duty to succeed

      Tech We Trust

    1. #Knowledge Mgtskreutzer12:17 AMThere's great stuff to learn from history, it's not that we suddenly discovered that we would benefit from knowledge being managed (better), but studying all the other and earlier attempts is slow and tedious and is only some 10-50% of what might help us today. For the chart, I think we're far from even stage 1.0 (edited)joachim12:21 AMYes. there is! I think we're somewhere between stage 1 (classic KM with CM/DM/WCM etc) and activity streams.Todaygyuri7:39 PMFlows are coming yes, manly still captured in silos with minimal levels of interoperability and lack of sovereignity over one's contribution. Knowledge in Context is not yet the default, either. But we are all here to change that with push for autonomy, privacy and dignity.(edited)

      knowledge flows knowledge in context

    1. Cooperation-as-a-Service (CaaS)

      How about Cooperating as an autonomous Service

      to emphasize users' autonomy, sovereignty and ownership of their contribution by architecture

  2. www.collectiveintelligencecollaboratory.com www.collectiveintelligencecollaboratory.com
    1. our biggest challenge right now is to put information into meaningful context, to understand what is really important.

      put information into meaningful context

      help us to understand and to be understood

    1. MindGraph,whichrendersdocumentsvirtual,andenablesscholarlyworktobe‘bornsemantic’

      scholarly work 'born semantic'

    1. Thus, given a seed, each edge in that seed has one “connected” endpoint, and one“unconnected” endpoint. The “connected” endpoint is that endpoint that isv. Theother endpoint will commonly be called theCONNECTOR; equivalently, the edge canbe taken to be the connector. Perhaps it should be called a half-edge, as one end-pointis specified, but missing.

      connector half edge

    2. given a graphG, one can equivalently describe it as a set ofseeds (one simply lists all of the vertexes, and all of the edges attached to each vertex

      describe a graph as a set of seeds

    3. ASEEDis a vertex and the set of edges that connect to i

      seed is

    4. generalized seeds, having typed connectors, rather thanconnectors derived from edges.

      generalized seed

      typed connectors

      connectors derived from edges

    5. projection of a stalk is a seed.

      projection of a stalk is a seed

    6. Sheaves: A Topological Approach to Big Data

      Sheaves paper

    7. Less than one in a thousand of all possibleedges are actually observed

      1 in 1000 possible edges observed

    8. A section is a lot like a subgraph, except that it explicitly indicateswhich edges were cut to form the subgraph.

      subgraph indicating which edges were cut

    9. a systemthat is naturally “scalable”, and allows notions of similarity and scale invarianceto be explored.

      scalable similarity and scale invariance

    10. A connected section behaves very much like a seed: just as two seeds can belinked together to form a connected section, so also two connected sections canbe linked together to form a larger connected section

      connected sections behave like seeds


    11. Given a single seed, one “instantly” knowsallof theedges attached to its germ: they are listed right there

      seed instantly know the edges

    12. be sloppy in this way is one of the appeals, one of the benefits of working with seedsand sections.

      ability to be sloppy advantage

    13. Once connectortypes are introduced, the possibility that there are multiple, non-unique assemblages ofseeds becomes possible

      types non-unique assemblages

    14. Seed connectors might be types, not vertexes

      Seed connectors as types

    15. Connectors can be thought of as akind-of half-edge: incomplete, missing the far end, while links are fully connected,whole.


    16. Motives can’t be understood until a settingis established. If one can break down a large number of books/movies into pairs ofrelated facts/scenes/remarks/actions, one can then extract a grammar of relationships,to see exactly what is involved in the movement of a narrative from here to there

      pairs of related facts movement of a narrative

    1. Emelt szintő lehetséges folytatás: kévék, homologikus algebra, kéve kohomológia, Spec(A), Zariski-topológia, absztrakt varietások.



    1. But natural language looks a whole lot more like a sheaf (because things like pre-group grammars and categorial grammars "naturally" look like sheaves.) Thus, it seems promising to take the theory and all the basic concepts of deep learning and neural nets, rip out the explicit tensor-algebra in those theories, and replace them by sheaves. A crude sketch is here.


    2. Data is represented in the form of graphs; more precisely, as typed, directed hypergraphs. The vertices and edges of a graph, known as "Atoms", are used to represent not only "data", but also "procedures"; thus, many graphs are executable programs as well as data structures. Associated with each Atom (each vertex or edge of the graph) is a key-value database


    1. focus on the evolution of all triads (ties between three nodes) in a graph, as a method of studying changeover time in large scale, online social networks. For three month snapshots, we examine, and predict, transitions among all sixteen triad types (i.e., triad census) in a sample of three years of Facebook wall-post interactions. We introduce a new sampling approach for examining triads in online graphs, based on ego-centric networks of random seeds.

      triads ties between three nodes

    1. question the necessity of uniform content for all readers with physiological proof. TrustWiki presents a new knowledge representation model to provide readers with personalized and credible knowledge. SmartWiki differentiates two types of readers, "value adherents" who prefer compatible viewpoints and "truth diggers" who crave for the truth. It provides two different knowledge representation models to cater for both types of readers. The experiment shows, with reliable social context information, TrustWiki can efficiently assign readers to their compatible editor community and present credible knowledge derived from that community. Its extended version, SmartWiki, could be more versatile to provide compatible knowledge as well as reveal the truth

      value adherents

      truth diggers

    2. question the necessity of uniform content for all readers with physiological proof. TrustWiki presents a new knowledge representation model to provide readers with personalized and credible knowledge. SmartWiki differentiates two types of readers, "value adherents" who prefer compatible viewpoints and "truth diggers" who crave for the truth. It provides two different knowledge representation models to cater for both types of readers. The experiment shows, with reliable social context information, TrustWiki can efficiently assign readers to their compatible editor community and present credible knowledge derived from that community. Its extended version, SmartWiki, could be more versatile to provide compatible knowledge as well as reveal the truth

      value adherents

      truth diggers

    1. a new definition of why startups exist: a startup is an organization formed to search for a repeatable and scalable business model.

      startup definition

    1. we need a new form of social technology


    2. what do we absolutely need to know, and how do we connect with the people, ideas, projects, software, and tools that we resonate with on a deep soul level?

      Indeed we do need to co-create and co-evolve interoperable decentralized (inter) personal tools that connect people, ideas, projects and tools

    1. place-oriented programming

      gave rise to relational databases. As disk space was expensive, we could only record a single version of truth and had to be made consistent on write, so that we can over write the data stored in cells.

    1. This paper is concerned with the meanings of the network structures in a semantic network.
    1. Meaning-First semantic data models the subject-predicate-object construct is called a triple, the foundational structure upon which semantic technology is built.


    1. a "keyword slugline") as follows: "The keyword or slug (sometimes more than one word) clearly indicates the content of the story."[1]

      keyword slugline

    1. Evernote with a scripting and plain text approach would be a killer app also

      scripting and plain text approach indeed that is needed

    1. CRDTs as a foundational technology

      CRDT see OrbitDB

    2. “local-first software”: a set of principles for software that enables both collaboration and ownership for users. Local-first ideals include the ability to work offline and collaborate across multiple devices, while also improving the security, privacy, long-term preservation, and user control of data.

      Local-First Software

    1. people can store their data wherever they choose, while still enjoying the services they want.

      use services on own data

    2. decoupling data storage from services

      Decoupling Data and Capabilities

    1. give researchers a head start on their literature review


  3. Jan 2020
    1. Circa 2008, after SPARQL utility started to gain momentum, following the release of DBpedia and the LOD Cloud Knowledge Graph,

      graph analytic


    1. GraphQL to SPARQL translation optimized for GraphDB, as well as a generic configurable security model.

      GraphQL to SPARQL translation

    1. Solid's central focus is to enable the discovery and sharing of information in a way that preserves privacy. A user stores personal data in "pods" (personal online data stores) hosted wherever the user desires.

      definition - pods

    1. isn't challenging at all if the two ontologies contain non-overlapping Entities, even if the Entities of the two KGs are interrelated.

      Dealing with overlapping entities does require human interaction augmented by existing automated means.

    1. must provide an objectHash function

      objectHash function

    1. You need a web-based graph language to distribute data.” 

      instead of a based graph language we need interoperable, isomrphic, HyperKnowledge Graphs in the browser and on the servers

    1. piggyback on existing protocols and servers.

      piggyback in existing protocols

      With new (re)(decent)ralized prorocols like IPFS it is all getting possible


      back to the future

    3. there is nothing to support careful annotation and study; and, of course, there is no transclusion.

      careful annotation and study

    4. ALL publishing is vanity publishing.

      vanity publishing

    5. wonderfulness of anarchic world-wide hypertext publishing, where anyone can publish internationally, without prior restraint, at very low cost

      anarchic hypertext publishing

    6. random salad of convenient effects

      salad of convenient effects

    7. He bases his ideas on computer tradition: hierarchy, and legacy mechanisms of files and directories. I base my ideas on the nature of ideas and literature and what I believe human beings need for keeping track of ideas and presenting them, for which I believe the imposition of hierarchy, files and exposed directories are highly destructive.

      hierarchy files nature of ideas need for keeping track and presenting ideas



    9. today's Balkanized document formats, including the Babel of World Wide Web file types, as way overcomplicated, far too restrictive, and fundamentally broken.

      balkanized document formats overcomplicated restrictive fundamentally broken

    10. Thirty-two years after we started, another hypertext system caught on– far more traditional, packaging together the standard traditions of lump files, hierarchy simulation and paper simulation. It bound the links unreachably inside the lump files, making the links one-way.

      lump files hierarchy simulation paper simulation making links one-way

    11. keep all quoted materials connected to their original sources (our original idea of transclusion)

      keep all quoted material connected to their original sources

    12. The Xanadu project, on the other hand, is based on the structure of connected ideas, which we represented by open parallel data. In the early eighties we found a generalized format and delivery system for all documents, allowing unbreakable deep interconnection (links and transclusions) in many layers and vast quantity. Links may be of many types, which anyone may put on any documents from outside, since they are parallel and external. All links may be followed in any direction (not just two directions, since they can be n-ary.) The markup and links outside the content are what we mean by open parallelism.

      structure of connected ideas unbreakable deep interconnections links and transclusions links of any type from the outside parallel and external n-ary links links outside the content open paralellism

    1. We have become “real” because you make it so.

      real make it so

    1. Hyperknowledge technology, which relies on the Nested Context Model to provide a flexible knowledge representation mechanism with high-level abstractions and expressiveness to enrich structure, enable reuse, and enhance interpretability.

      HyperKnowledge technology

      Nested Context Model

      enrich structure

      enhance interpretability

    2. there is a lack of methods and technologies to manage the lifecycle of KGs, especially to support reusability and maintainability.

      manage lifecycle Knowledge Graphs



  4. Dec 2019
    1. To maximize interoperability, our Linked Data should be stored using Semantic Web technologies [17], which interweave a piece of data with its meaning. That way, applications can make sense of (parts of) each other’s data, without having to agree upfront exactly what our data should look like

      interweave data with its meaning

      interweave data with its intended interpretation

    2. specifications for interoperability, implementations of servers, clients, and applications, and a community of people who build new things


      implementations of

      servers clients


    3. Web apps combine data and service.

      data and service

      we need data and capabilities

      both charged pay as you make use of them

      but we must own them outright

    4. applications to evolve from silos to shared views.

      silos vs shared view

    5. deliver the technological burden of proof that decentralized personal data networks can scale globally and that they can provide people with an experience similar to that of centralized platforms.

      decentralized personal data networks

      scale globally

      user experience comparable to walled gardens

    6. Yet they operate under a winner-takes-all strategy, each striving to become the dominant portal instead of mutually interoperating like the rest of the Web.

      dominant portal

      mutually interoperating

    7. Decentralized Web applications act as shared views on top of personal data pods.

      shared view pods

    1. in response to the growth of the enclosure of the information commons by social media monopolies such as Facebook and Twitter.

      enclosure of information commons

    2. push for autonomy and data portability

      autonomy portability

    3. federated social micro-blogging

      federated micro-blogging

    4. current policies and practices in science and communication are not ideal for an optimal exchange and refinement of our knowledge

      optimal exchange refinement knowledge

    5. the linear information chain is being fundamentally transformed into an interactive communication network…

      linear information interactive communication network

    1. There can be different examples and levels of autonomy that users can imagine for themselves, but the capacity to be universal is still in all of us.

      autonomy capacity to be universal

    1. The telos of the electronic society-of-text is anarchy in its true sense: local autonomy based on consensus, limited by a relentless disintegration of global authority. Since information is now virtually an equivalent of capital, and since textuality is our most powerful way of shaping information, it follows that Xanadu might indeed change the world. But to repeat the crucial question, how will this change come about? What actual social processes can translate the pragmatics of Nelson's business plan into the radicalism of a hypertext manifesto?

      society-of-text autonomy consensus

    2. Hypertext systems exploit the interactive potential of computers to reconstruct text not as a fixed series of symbols, but as a variable-access database in which any discursive unit may possess multiple vectors of association (see Conklin; Joyce; Slatin). A hypertext is a complex network of textual elements. It consists of units or "nodes," which may be analogous to pages, paragraphs, sections, or volumes. Nodes are connected by "links," which act like dynamic footnotes that automatically retrieve the material to which they refer. Because it is no longer book-bounded, hypertextual discourse may be modified at will as reader/writers forge new links within and among documents. Potentially this collectivity of linked text, which Nelson calls the "docuverse," can expand without limit.

      interactive potential computers reconstruct text as nodes

    3. Maps derive not from territories but from other map-making enterprises: all the world's a simulation.

      territories map-making enterprises

    1. What is hypertext? As the smallest common denominator it can be said that hypertextis text, distributed to a set of discrete sections, with referential links in between.According to Ted Nelson, hypertext frees the author of the obligation to create sequen-tial text. In some cases it might be more adequate to the topic to choose a form ofdescription that is not necessarily linear or hierarchical. Complex relations are betterrepresented by a network of associated ideas. On the other hand the reader gainsautonomy over the text as she is free to decide whilst reading where to proceed in thetext when a hyperlink marker shows up.1A third dimension of hypertext is the possibility to rearrange existing materialaccording to ones personal reflections on it. A hypertext-aware computer system can bea helpful tool to support the human ability to think – Doug Engelbart would say «toaugment the human intellect»

      hypertext autonomy over text

    1. “Man, we have to have an AI inside of it,” because it’s the next logical step after a well-written essay.

      next logical step after a well written essay

    2. On the other hand, nobody who’s in my business is other than an optimist. I’m still plugging away on education.Machines For Teaching How To Think

      machines for teaching how to think

    3. “Simple things should be simple, complex things should be possible.” They’ve got simple things being simple and they have complex things being impossible, so that’s wrong.

      complex things should be possible

    4. let’s revert back to a pre-tool time.

      revert back re-tool time

    5. They’re just television watchers of different kinds.

      television watchers

    6. ”the children have to be completely full-fledged users of this thing.”

      fully fledged users

    7. next level of dealing with complexity, beyond what we could do with prose and written-down mathematics and stuff like that

      next level of complexity

    8. FC: Do you think most people care about this stuff?AK: They never have

      they neven have

    9. another level of thought. And by the way, we need it, because our technology is taking us into a place where we need another level of thought, beyond the level that it took to create it.But this is a nice Einstein thing you said earlier: We can’t solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them.

      another level of thought

    10. thing that’s important about writing and how it changes the thinking of the civilization is the literate aspects of it, the structure and the thought, in various ways. 

      writing literate aspect

    11. Well, it’s not really standardized because they’re up to HTML 5, and if you’ve done a good thing, you don’t keep on revving it and adding more epicycles onto a bad idea. We call this reinventing the flat tire.

      epicycles to a bad idea reinventing the flat tire

    12. In the old days, you would chastise people for reinventing the wheel. Now we beg, “Oh, please, please reinvent the wheel.”

      please reinvent the wheel

    1. the most effective way to solve problems was to augment human intelligence and develop ways of building collective intelligence.[6]

      collective intelligence

    1. assisted method to modelize, capture and restitute (graphically and/or textually) the underlying knowledge domain delimitating a set of ac-tivities. SEAMLESS allows implementing any knowledge referential by using a generic approach as well as modular and reusable components. By applying SEAMLESS approach on PLM specification activities, we improve PLM approach efficiency.


    1. about tracking conversations, following trails of information (to paraphrase Vannevar Bush). The Disenchanted website has an interesting article on this, called Ghosts of Xanadu:

      two-way links

    2. automatic attribution, micropayments, copyright management, unbreakable links,

      two-way links

    3. link overlays that anyone can create

      link overlays

    1. The purpose of existence is novelty-generation, and our culture is generating novelty at an accelerating rate.

      The yoUniverse is novelty bearing

    1. Canadian philosopher Marshall Mcluhan points out that we not only shape our tools, our tools shape us.

      our tools shape us

    1. In some hypertext, hyperlinks can be bidirectional: they can be followed in two directions, so both ends act as anchors and as targets. More complex arrangements exist, such as many-to-many links.

      bidirectional hyperlinks

    1. Jason Lanier, the author of Who Owns the Future?,

      who owns the future

    2. Producers of digital content could have been compensated in an easy, frictionless manner, permitting a variety of revenue models, including ones that did not depend on being beholden solely to advertisers.

      producers digital content compensated

    3. If you have universal backlinks, you have a basis for micropayments from somebody's information that's useful to somebody else." But a system of two-way links and micropayments would have required some central coordination and made it hard for the Web to spread wildly, so Berners-Lee resisted the idea.

      two-way links

    1. When viewed or listened to, all the content creators would receive payments automatically, unless they want to give their content away.

      content creators receive automatic payments

    2. While watching a movie, you could add your own audio commentary or textual notes and links as a supplement.

      commentary on a movie

    3. It is a towering house of cards held up by hype and short-sighted expediency. It is collapsing.

      web house of cards

    1. To understand and be understood, those are among life's greatest gifts, and every interaction is an opportunity to exchange them.

      understand and be understood

  5. Nov 2019
    1. ICANN decided to lift price caps on .org domains for the next 10 years,paving the way for unlimited price increases on the 10 million .orgdomain names. That decision massively increased the value of the .orgregistry from millions to potentially billions of dollars.

      Way to make private profit from non-profit organizations That is indeed evil.

    1. AI is creating knowledge entities, a new object class, in the Microsoft Graph. The relationships between those topics—those knowledge entities—and the experiences that connect this knowledge with people creates your knowledge network.  

      knowledge entities / networks

    2. Machine teaching

      machine teaching

    3. new workplace competitive advantage.

      workplace competitive advantage

    4. Microsoft’s vision for creating knowledge networks.

      knowledge networks

    1. getting the virtual dOM from the server is a unique feature of apprun.

      virtual dom from the server

    2. The AppRun server application (server.ts) routes the user requests to AppRun components and uses the AppRun view engine for rendering (

      AppRun Server app routes

    3. First, we will develop a generic type-ahead component, the TypeAhead component.

      Typehead component aka search-autocomplete

    1. the object-oriented idioms don’t translate well to

      oo idiom rust

    2. Towards a unified theory of reactive UI

      reactive UI

    1. semantic addressing of digital documents.[7][8][9]

      semantic addressing

    1. need to consider the interoperability of our software.

      Open Source is not enough. We need Open Capabilities, interoperable by design.

    1. We can learn to control the vast sea of digital text–or be controlled by it.


    1. DTOs is to shift data in expensive remote calls.

      shift data

    2. DTO does not have any behavior

      contrast with business object

    3. (DTO[1][2]) is an object that carries data between processes.


    1. Bureaucrats and politicians, who can’t afford to cultivate their imaginations

      cultivate imagination


    1. State in component is the data that is required to render the screen.

      State is Data Transfer Object

    2. In traditional multi-layered architecture, we use the Data Transfer Object (DTO) to decouple presentation logic, business logic and persistent logic


    1. There is a life-cycle method called mounted that AppRun will call right after AppRun created and mounted the component.

      mounted life cycle event

    1. AppRun solved the coupling problem by using event publication and subscription. Model,View and Controller/Update don’t know each. They only need to know how to publish and subscribe events by calling app.run and app.on of AppRun.

      decoupling need to know only how to publish and subscribe events

    2. In traditional MVC architecture, the model, view and controller are coupled, which makes it difficult to test and maintain.

      MVC coupled

    3. To use the Counter component, create an instance of it and then mount the instance to an element.

      use: create, mount component

    4. mini model-view-update architecture

      component is

    5. divide and organize code into components.

      introducing components

    1. RealWorld Routing specification is as following

      Brilliant AppRun Routing example sepc

  6. Oct 2019
    1. What is the Role of Tacit Knowledge in Industry 4.0? The practice of Industry 4.0 is largely based on digital technology, autonomous system, and artificial intelligence where some real strides forward are being made. This calls into question the role of employees and their personal knowledge. If the machines and technology would become autonomous and smart, where in business practice of Industry 4.0 could personal tacit knowledge be effectively used?

      Tacit knowledge can be captured by Personal Knowledge Management tools

    2. However, the role of tacit knowledge and interpersonal relationships should not be neglected.

      tacit knowledge

    3. Tacit knowledge has been most often referred to concerning interpersonal strategies. The concept of tacit knowledge emerged in the middle of 1990s and became very popular in the management studies.

      Tacit knowledge 1990s or rather Tacit Knowing 30 years out

    4. Data management workload should decrease, and personalization of web-based services will emerge.

      Personalization of web based services

    5. Chapter authors define them as technologies, techniques, and methods that can be utilized under ICT or interpersonal knowledge management strategy. Techniques are focused more on tacit knowledge and emphasize human interaction. In addition, they are more af-fordable and easier to maintain but require learning strategy to function well. In contrast, technologies require ICT infrastructure and ICT skills and are more expensive to purchase and maintain. They are oriented primarily on explicit knowledge (Al-Ghassani et al., 2005, p. 84).

      interpersonal cheaper

    6. In contrast, tools for interpersonal knowledge management are often not mentioned in holistic considerations. Organizations have difficulties selecting the appropriate tools due to the vast array of available products.

      interpersonal not mentioned

    7. ICT strategies are connected to explicit knowledge, which is data driven, codifiable, and not connected to people. Interpersonal strategies are connected to tacit knowledge, which is person’s own knowledge and it is usually not codifiable. In practice, entire strategic focuses are branching off from two main types of knowledge

      codifiable explicit interpersonal tacit

    8. the implementation of knowledge management strategies is shown to have a direct positive impact on organization’s performance

      KM 4 performance

    9. Organizations are currently facing dynamic transitional changes and are becoming increasingly knowledge-based.

      dynamic transitional changes

    1. and if there's no server there's really no way to dissemenate that address to the peers thus ----> hard code it

      hard code it yes

    2. You'll probably want to hardcode the global - let's call it "leaderboard" - db address in the app anyway, so maybe that's enough

      leaderboard address hard coded

    1. in anticipation of a time when hashtag#HTML documents would become a major vehicle for hashtag#LinkedData deployment to the hashtag#LODCloud (the world's largest hashtag#KnowledgeGraph, by far!).

      HTML for Linked Data

    1. the conceptualizing and prototyping of a PKM System (PKMS) aiming at departing from today’s centralized institutional solutions and at strengthening individuals’ sovereignty and collaborations, not at the expense of Organizational KM Systems, but rather as the means to foster a fruitful co-evolution

      strengthening individual's sovereignty the key to fruitful co-evolution with Organizational KM systems.

    1. Weaving a Decentralized Semantic Web of (Personal) Knowledge

      part of Web 3.0

    2. MindGraphseamlesslyintegratesthearticulationofknowledgewiththeelaborationofthe termsusedtoorganizeandmakesenseofthisknowledge

      instance first situated ontologies as conceptualizations encompassing intents and interpretations

    3. WedescribeaSemanticGraphmodelwhichwecallMindGraph,whichrenders documentsvirtual,andenablesscholarlyworktobe‘bornsemantic’.Thecontentcreated usingMindGraphformsapotentiallyemergentGlobalGiantSemanticWebofdecentralized Knowledge.

      born semantic virtual documents

    1. only the related nodes to be matched and traversed inthe XML document. It avoids traversing through large XML documents and materi-alize included intensional elements with service calls to external resources.

      avoid traversing through large XML documents

    2. annotating XML documents, in our case, is to define theactive parts of the document, as an access point to the data values for the relevant partsof the document

      annotating XML documents

    3. technique oflabelled property graph layer to query the semantics in XML data

      layered property graph layer

    4. intensional parts of the document thatrepresent service calls to the relevant resource of the respective data.

      intentional parts

    5. What types of the XML data willbe graphically connected; and how this graph connection can improve the traversingprocess of the XML document by indexing the XML nodes in graph structure

      graphically connected indexing XML nodes in a graph structure

    6. nline analytical processing(OLAP)


    7. online transactionprocessing (OLTP)


    8. ree pattern query (TPQ) matching process

      tree pattern query

    1. but a broken wheel won't work  and so attempts to fix a broken wheel  produce more variations of a broken  wheel

      That's why we have Framework Fatigue.

    1. Notice that the Child component class has no state field. The component object created by the custom JSX tag has values of the JSX tag properties. If you define a state field in the component, your state field overwrites the JSX properties.

      no state field

    2. he lazy components are useful for single-page applications (SPAs), where we can mount multiple components to a single element.

      lazy components

  7. Sep 2019
    1. use components to divide the application code into smaller and manageable units.

      divide code to manageable units

    2. 38DebuggingWe can debug the AppRun applications right inside Visual Studio Code. To do so, we need to install the Debugger for Chrome extension from the marketplace.


    1. hypertextual method of inquiry

      Hypertext as Method

    1. rise of computational notebooks as a prime example of a new kind of collaborative and highly malleable applications.

      computational notebooks

    1. a mechanism that extracts knowledge models from textbooks and enriches their content with additional links (both internal and external). The textbooks essentially become hypertext documents where individual pages are annotated with important concepts in the domain. We also show that extracted models can be automatically connected to the Linked Open Data cloud, which helps further facilitate access, discovery, enrichment, and adaptation of textbook content. Integrating multiple textbooks from the same domain increases the coverage of the composite model while keeping its accuracy relatively high. The overall results of the evaluation show that the proposed approach can generate models of good quality and is applicable across multiple domains.

      knowledge models from text book linked to LODC

    1. RealWorld Routing specification is as following:

      Thinking of routes event triggered by changing urls

    1. Remember: Logic and I/O are separate concerns.Logic is thinking. Effects are actions. Think before you act!

      Think before you act

    2. jQuery custom events to turn the DOM into a pub/sub event bus to decouple view rendering concerns from state logic.

      DOM pub/sub event bus

    3. se pub/sub to decouple I/O from views and program logic. Rather than directly triggering side-effects in UI views or program logic, emit an event or action object describing an event or intent.

      pub/sub emit an event or action object describing the intent

    4. supposed atomic units of composition are not really atomic

      atomic units of composition

    5. Pure functions can be safely memoized, meaning that, if the system had infinite memory, any pure function could be replaced with a lookup table that uses the function’s input as an index to retrieve a corresponding value from the table.

      pure functions memoized

    6. less coupling is desirable for its own sake because it makes code easier to extend and maintain.

      less coupling easier to extend and maintain