18 Matching Annotations
  1. Feb 2016
    1. simple KRL declaration evaluator
    2. see the results

      Could you put the results next to the editor?

      How about a key combination to run the evaluation?

    1. ShowTix4U.com.

      Danger! Be sure to use https: if you buy tickets here. You can use the whole site via http: and then you are not safe. Check for security incidents online before you use this site.

    1. Mormons are relatively friendly to other religious groups.

      I am just as ready to die in defending the rights of a Presbyterian, a Baptist, or a good man of any denomination; for the same principle which would trample upon the rights of the Latter-day Saints would trample upon the rights of the Roman Catholics, or of any other denomination who may be unpopular and too weak to defend themselves. It is a love of liberty which inspires my soul... --Joseph Smith

    1. new generation comes along and they see how to make progress outside the silo

      Compare Decentralization is Hard Maybe Too Hard @windley. Dave is more optimistic.

  2. Jan 2016
    1. this platform has been around for 9 months and is an utter fiasco

      Just looking through the Yuzu catalog, I can't believe the prices. $129 for a Precalculus textbook? Wait, that's the price to rent it for 130 days. I guess the final day is free, other days $1 each. O_o

    1. FIVE 4756

      A new and unusual definition of 'FIVE'. See also: 'FOUR'.

    2. BIGTIME

      This looks like a good source of example user names. :)

    1. organize

      Can I mention here that using an image from Flickr in this post has been a real pain?

    2. John Udell's speech "Open Web Annotation" at Brigham Young University
    1. You are not. No one can ever be ready for decreaseNextIndentRegex.

      Well said!

    2. Catastrophic backtracking detected.

      Sounds bad.

    3. Just like that, I had fixed Atom!

      Bravo!

    1. a giant three-dimensional zero

      Some days I feel like that.

      BTW annotations on the front page don't connect to the individual article. I suspect that @windley knew that and that's why hypothes.is only shows up when you're viewing an individual article.

      Is there some way to link the two, so that front page annotations are actually connected to the article?

    1. The distinction is important.

      Perhaps we should call them \(cloud_0\) (the internet) and \(cloud_1\) (the cloud). There is only one \(cloud_0 \) but there are many \(cloud_1\) instances. The zero also suggests the "zero distance between peers" concept.