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  1. Sep 2018
    1. speed and flexibility

      it

    2. Fast, flexible, graceful, low effor

      fast low effort

    3. The "vocabulary" of the functions of the tools, and of the entities they operate upon, must be as extensible as is a natural language; (2) Textual lists of commands must conveniently lend themselves to writing, documenting, and executing as "macro" commands.

      vocabulary functions entities

    4. bringing high performance to the authorship process.

      high performance authorship

    5. studying what is there over a wide range of substantive levels -- from a single text passage to a collection of end-product draft documents and their associated set of working notes, reference material, and recorded-message dialog (assuming all to be on line).

      substantive level

    6. many flexible alternatives for addressing its entities, modifying its organization, jumping around within it, and viewing it in a most beneficial manner.

      addressing entities

    7. The worker has a definite model in mind for the structuring of any file that he works with

      worker definite model

    8. workshop architecture.

      it

    9. It is assumed that for any class of knowledge workers, specialized application systems developed by other parties, perhaps running on other computers, will provide services worth integrating.

      services worth integrating

      khub

    10. It takes care of all command-language dialog and connection protocols, and provides a framework for building a coherent and integrated user environment while supporting flexible evolution on both sides: on the user's side, with evolution of command function and terminology; and on the technology side, with evolving hardware and software.

      framework coherent integrated user environment

    11. dealing with large documents and multi-party documentation activities

      multi-party documentation

    12. Studying another's work provides a well-recognized challenge, but one of the toughest jobs is to study one's own work during its development: to see what it really says about Issue X; to see if it does provide for Concept Y; to see if it is reasonably organized and structured -- and to do these over a body of material before it is "polished", i.e., before it is well structured, coherently worded, non-redundant and consistently termed.

      Sudying another's work

    13. An explicit sub-goal in AUGMENT's development was to "augment" the development, production and control of complex technical documentation -- through the whole cycle of gathering information, planning, creating, collaborating, reviewing, editing, controlling versions, designing layout, and producing the final documents.

      whole cycle

    14. Structural study and modification of on-line documents are especially facilitated.

      study modification on line documents

    15. User Interface System that facilitates flexible evolution of command languages

      evolution command languages

    16. "expert" recognition modes

      it

    17. "control interface"

      control interface

    18. "statement" to refer to a file node

      statment, file node

    19. structure-modification capability derives from the associated "studying" capabilities.

      structure-modification, studying

    20. matters of content and structure

      content, structure, collaboration

    21. lines and pages and other formatting geometry

      formatting geometry

    22. converting a computer-held document to a nicely formatted hard copy

      WYSIWYG, hard copy

    23. Authorship Provisions in Augment

      authorship, augment

    1. Apps, services, content and add-ons for the Brightspace platform.

      brightspace, app finder

    1. Hyperdocument layer

      Hyperdocument Layer

  2. Aug 2018
    1. Online community has been a part of Jeff’s life since the 1980s. A big part. Really big. Maybe a bit too big. As co-founder of Stack Overflow, he believes deeply in bringing people together in communities they own and collaboratively maintain – by providing free open source software that helps people be their better selves online.

      Jeff Atwood

    1. Why break conversations into awkward and arbitrary pages, where you have to constantly find the Next Page button? We’ve replaced all that with the power of just-in-time loading. Want to read more? Keep scrolling down.

      conversation not pages

    1. Crowdsource a self-service knowledge hub of common questions, interesting ideas, and great conversations.

      self-service knwoledge hub

    1. A Hitchhiker's Guide to the Turing Galaxy:On naming the age of the networked digital computerVolker Grassmuck *Abstract:The most commonly used name for our era is that of the `information society,` which is a rather unexpressive and, strictly speaking, tautological term. The informatics & society scholar Wolfgang Coy, following the example of McLuhan`s Gutenberg Galaxy, has introduced the concept of the Turing Galaxy. The paper retraces the pre-history of the concept, its grounding in the fundamental breakthroughs of the British mathematician Alan M. Turing, the Turing Machine and the Turing Test, analyses the reception of the concept in a variety of fields of scholarship and asks for its value in the further debate on the knowledge environment of the networked computer.*Ph.D. at the Center for Advanced Science and Technology of Tokyo University and Media researcher at Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany

      turing galaxy guide

    2. The digital revolution is not a metaphor, but it is literally a revolution. There were no barricades, still it leaves no social stone unturned. It was not a class struggle, still the power relations are thoroughly upse

      digital revolution

    1. Although no one can deny its now global influence, the fundamentally ontological presumptions of the social network have yet to be explored despite its present preponderance. To borrow some terms from Bernard Stiegler, how does the what of Facebook constitute our who?

      collective individuation

    1. You has already proven that independent software can still find a place in the era of internet giants

      independent software giants

    2. The Solo JavaScript Developer Challenging Google and Facebook

      solo developer challenge

    1. distributed peer-to-peer data and information architectures

      distributed information architecture

      distributed knowledge architectures

    1. Semi-Auto Linklog

      linkblog

    2. Growing the Smart Systems and Internet of Things marketplace through research, consulting & interactive workshops. Join Newsletter Now: http://bit.ly/1R1zBvK 

      harbor )research

    1. any thing, thought and tale is primus inter pares, ready to enter an assemblage automagically, whenever the context might have it to.

      thing though assemblage automagically

    1. personal assistants that deliver chunks of content in the first place

    2. newly connected dots

      newlyconnecte dots

    1. discriminate exactly what we know vaguely.

      discriminate exactly

    1. seeing words as nodes, tiny but mighty particles that flow into the great interconnected picture of human knowledge and experience exchange. 

      words as nodes

    1. “Eventually everything connects—people, ideas, objects… the quality of the connections is the key to quality per se… I don’t believe in this ‘gifted few’ concept, just in people doing things they are really interested in doing. They have a way of getting good at whatever it is”.

      eventually everything connects people good at

    1. Eventually everything connects — people, ideas, objects… the quality of the connections is the key to quality per se.

      eventually everything connects

    1.  tacit knowledge needs a broker to make it explicit and understandable.

      tacit knowledge broker

    2. the channel through which knowledge passes influences the quality of that knowledge.

      channel knowledge quality

    1. We empower communities to work together and build innovative technology for the public good.

      code science society

    1. Hindu dharma includes the religious duties, moral rights and duties of each individual, as well as behaviours that enable social order, right conduct, and those that are virtuous.[42] Dharma, according to Van Buitenen,[43] is that which all existing beings must accept and respect to sustain harmony and order in the world. It is neither the act nor the result, but the natural laws that guide the act and create the result to prevent chaos in the world. It is innate characteristic, that makes the being what it is. It is, claims Van Buitenen, the pursuit and execution of one's nature and true calling, thus playing one's role in cosmic concert. In Hinduism, it is the dharma of the bee to make honey, of cow to give milk, of sun to radiate sunshine, of river to flow.[43] In terms of humanity, dharma is the need for, the effect of and essence of service and interconnectedness of all life.[24][35]

      dharma duty service interconnectedness

    1. OrbitDB is a peer-to-peer database meaning that each peer has its own instance of a specific database. A database is replicated between the peers automatically resulting in an up-to-date view of the database upon updates from any peer. That is to say, the database gets pulled to the clients.

      orbitdb getting started

    1. Extend Debategraph to Graphical SocialAnnotation,  similar to GoogleSidewiki, ReframeIt but as a mindmap, it could form a mediating overlay over all public Webpages.

      graphical social annotations

    1. What kind of suitable knowledge sources for knowledge elicitation and extraction are available and of what quality is the knowledge within these sources and what amount of effort has to be invested to elicit / extract knowledge from these sources?

      knowledge sources elicitation extraction

    2. context and explanation-aware computing

      context explanation-aware computing

    1. an ontology can be seen as an artefact that is capable to mediate human activ-ity.

      ontology mediate human activity

    2. “a good suite of tools, integrating both learning environments and ontology develop-ment tools, are required in such a learning process”.

      tools integrating learning ontotoly development

    3. Ontologies as Meta-Cognitive Tools.

      ontology meta cognitive tool

    4. Using Ontologies to Organize or Annotate Shared Artefacts.

      annotate shared artifacts

    5. generating shared knowledge artefacts.

      shared knowledge artefacts

    6. knowledge generation is a common intention of learning and knowledge management.

      knowledge generation

    1. Android journalist JR Raphael. News Analysis So long, Swype: A eulogy for a mobile keyboard pioneer

      swype eulogy

  3. Jul 2018
    1. personal knowledge hub

      personal knowledge hub

      so I am not the first to rub these three words together. do this decentralized, private with knwoledge interoperability and federation assured and the power of MindGraph and we have something trully amazing

    1. The Khub will support social computing and adopt open standards that enable connections to be made between personal and professional networks.

      Knowledge Hub or Khub

    1. The Universal Viewer is a community-developed open source project on a mission to help you share your content with the world

      universal viewer

    1. We just launched semi-public beta of a distributed personal data permissioning system for GDPR and CCPA built on the JLINC protocol.

      JLINC protocol

    1. JLINC Personal Data Service

      Personal Data Service

    1. Hypertext to link to data and documents over the Internet.

      link data documents

    2. The increasing centralization of the Web, he says, has “ended up producing—with no deliberate action of the people who designed the platform—a large-scale emergent phenomenon which is anti-human.”

      anti-human large-scale, emergent phenomenon

    1. translate big-picture systems thinking into the nuts and bolts of strategic actions using critical thinking, skillful dialog and functional design

      big-picture system thinking, nuts and bolts, strategic action, critical thinking, skillful dialog, functional design

    2. illuminate the context - the knowledge ecosystem

      illuminate context, knowledge ecosystem

    3. Digital Life Collective's lead mapper and knowledge ecologist, tracing the transformation of information to knowledge in human systems

      mapper, knowledge ecologist, information knowledge

    1. peer-to-peer technologies,collective intelligence, commoning, social entrepreneurship, and the future of work.

      collective intelligence

    1. showcasing The Internet Archive’s ongoing collaboration with Protocol Labs to move the world’s knowledge onto the decentralized web

      world knowledge decentralized web

    1. The Decentralized Web Summit will play host to a gathering of web luminaries such as Sir Tim Berners-Lee, Brewster Kahle and Vint Cerf, activists and authors such as Jennifer Stisa Granick, Emili Jacobi and Corey Doctrow, cryptocurrency pioneers like Zooko Wilcox, blockchain developers, academics and what the Guardian's John Harris memorably called the Punk Rock Internet - companies like MaidSafe and Blockstack who play by their own decentralised rules. Oh, and there'll be a sprinkling of techies from Microsoft, Google (Cerf and others) and Mozilla in attendance too, along with a handful of venture capitalists looking for opportunities.

      decentralized web summit

    1. ViperCard re-imagination 1987 HyperCard

  4. solid.mit.edu solid.mit.edu
    1. September, 2018 Beta release of the Solid Application Developer Kit to the community, which will provide the key components essential to rapidly create a first class Solid application with a great user experience.

      solid SDK

      due in September

    2. Solid (derived from "social linked data") is a proposed set of conventions and tools for building decentralized social applications based on Linked Data principles.

      SoLiD

    3. decoupling content from the application itself

      decoupling content application

    4. personal data storage servers

      personal storage servers

    1. Berners-Lee is working to make this a reality through an open source project called Solid. He hopes to create an open technology standard that different applications can use to share data, regardless of what that data is or what type of application needs to read it.

      SOLID

    1. SoLiD is a proposed set of conventions for building decentralized social applications on the Linked Data stack. SoLiD is modular and extensible. It relies as much as possible on existing W3C standards. SoLiD applications are somewhat like multiuser applications where instances talk to each other through a shared filesystem, and the Web is that filesystem.

      SoLiD

    1. Javascript RDF library for browsers and Node.js.

      rdf javascript solid

    1. Assembl is an Open Source application that enables hundreds or even thousands of people to work together effectively on the definition of new ideas.

      Assembl

    1. From Ancient Greek ψυχή (psukhḗ, “mind, soul”) + δῆλος (dêlos, “manifest, visible”) + English -ic

      psychedelic

    1. We’re talking about an app which brings back the power to the user: power to choose the messaging app they want to use, power to use any integration available in an open ecosystem, to encrypt their conversations, to run their own server and fully own their data, to choose how they want to be notified, to innovate on top of an open standard…

      power to the user riot

    1. How can we organize written conversations in a way which makes it easier to follow?

      organize written conversation

    2. how do we turn the flood of information in which we live into something tractable, so that people get back to spending more time in real life than online?

      information flood tractable

    1. distance themselves from the perception that they are walled gardens locking their users into silos.

      walled gardens silos

    2. Europe’s GDPR data portability directives

      GDPR portability

    1. are you calling await db.load() right after opening the DB? This is needed to load the data "remembered" from previous sessions that is stored in the browser's IndexedDB or in the file system if you are on node.js.

      orbit db load

    1. Grammatic Capacities and the Evolution of Complex Adaptive Systems (Status: Pre-release Draft)

      grammatic capacities

  5. Jun 2018
    1. System.js is also not that magic as npm and webpack. You need to configure both its location and its module type.

      dexie systemjs

    1. The current server-user model doesn't make sense when everyone is a server and user.

      everyone is a server

    1. Using a service to start the daemon

      IPFS service

    1. Now you know how to keep your descentralized files online as long as you have a server node or other nodes pinning your content.

      ipfs files forever

    1. Model-driven engineering (MDE) is a software development methodology that focuses on creating and exploiting domain models, which are conceptual models of all the topics related to a specific problem. Hence, it highlights and aims at abstract representations of the knowledge and activities that govern a particular application domain, rather than the computing (i.e. algorithmic) concepts

      MDE

    1. purpose of our initiative is to ‘connect the dots’ — to join disparate insights and results to create overarching higher-level insights, which provide meaning, and guidance and orientation.

      connect the dots

    1. specific annotations, links, and so forth which represent that individual’s lens into the infosphere.

      just for me annotations links

    1. sensemaking social web

    2. lineage tree

    3. embeddable social objects

    4. cohere

    5. focal concepts

    6. claimspotter

    7. semantic citation network

    8. physical symbol systems think

    9. written text publishing

    10. compendium discourse as semantic hypertext

    11. knowledge cartography mapping augment group planning, reasoning memory

    12. share annotate representations overlay conceptual and social networks

    13. Human-centered hypermedia perspective

      on knowledge structuring and its literacy

    1. Compendium is a computer program and social science tool that facilitates the mapping and management of ideas and arguments.

      compendium software

    1. Smaller companies will open up their data and and form communities that will lead to new and exciting learnings that directly contribute to everyone’s success.

      communities learning

    2. sharing a public dataset or a great data mapping configuration for a particular type of data.

      data mapping

    1. With Kneaver the basic single user license is always free forever, hosted or running locally on your computer. You will also be able to download at any time a complete copy of you work in an open format like RDF.

      kneaver rdf

    1. The Lifebox, the Seashell, and the Soul Rudy Rucker.

      lifebox seashell soul

    1. Each update to the database is an "individual json" which get linked together using an append-only log CRDT (https://github.com/orbitdb/ipfs-log) and you'd essentially serve that log. So instead of "one big json", it's "many small jsons" and the state (view) of the database gets calculated from those small jsons.

      ipfs CRDT json

      If I understand it correctly IPFS keeps the index db for the app in sync via CRDT

    2. Now, if we can have js-ipfs and go-ipfs nodes on desktop automatically act as signalling servers (if you start with a `--server` flag or something), we'll be able to decentralize the need for signalling servers as well, and remove another point of centralization. Getting us closer to the goal as well.

      ipfs signaling server

    1. Karp and Tom Gruber began developing OKBC in 1993 for use with the EcoCyc [6], GKB Editor [9], and Ontolingua projects [3]. In 1995 Karp et al. authored a publication describing the version of OKBC in use at that time [8].

      OKBC history

    1. Bill Woods discusses ideas about representing meaning in computer representations based on his classical paper "What's in a Link: Foundations for Semantic Networks" - 1975 [1] and his review "Meaning and Links " in 2007 [2] in a historical context.

      Bill Woods 2010

    1. Dr. Vinay K. Chaudhri is a program director in the Artificial Intelligence (AI) Center at SRI International.

      Vinay Chaudri SRI

    1. OKBC knowledge model should have a way of representing annotations

      OKBC annotations

    2. representation of justification

      justification

    3. inferences in a frame representation system can be faster than in the full first order system, a hybrid knowledge model that combines the features of frame representation systems and more expressive first order systems will be desirable

      frame, fist order, hybrid

    4. name assertions and to assert assertions about assertions will be desirable

      assertions about assertions

    5. Action Items

      OKBC action items

    1. advanced, self-documenting, customizable, extensible editor Emacs.

      emacs

    1. FewAI researchers and developers in either continent were interested ininteraction details. They loved powerful tools such as EMACS and UNIX, not both-ered bythe painful weeksrequired to masterthe badly-designed command languages.The difficulty of eliciting knowledge from expertsled frustrated AI researcherstocollaboratewith HF&E, which shared the focus on non-discretionary use. The journal IJMMSbecame a major outlet for both HF&E and AI research in the 1980s, butnot CHI researchers.Early CHI conferenceshad a few paperson speech and language, cognitive modeling, knowledge-based help, and knowledge elicitation, but AI was not a significant focus.

      emacs command languages