I use pinboard to bookmark interesting links, here are some of my current favourites:
- Grok TiddlyWiki is an upcoming textbook that helps you build a deep, lasting understanding of and proficiency with TiddlyWiki through a combination of detailed explanations, practical exercises, and spaced-repetition reviews of prompts called takeaways. GTW will be free to read and donation-supported.
- > Webmasters of the 1990s built homes, worlds and universes. But also, outside of intergalactic ambitions, they strongly pushed the concept of something being mine. The first-person possessive determiner “my” took on a very strong meaning – “my” because I build it, I control this presentation; my interests, my competences, my obsessions: in the trajectory from my to me, I suggest following its decline.
- useful video capture example
- Filtered for Scotland
- Looks like a good set of links to keep an eye on.
- This actually looks doable even by no programmers. Reading this and Stephen Downe's post helped me understand blockchain a bit.
- >Facebook’s design features work in several ways to reinforce status quo ideas and popular people while maintaining an ancillary status for those on the margins. Given findings about the psychological effects of production versus consumption, these features then have behavioral consequences and in turn, emotional ones. I
- >It’s a beautiful example of small pieces loosely joined. My clipping tool is just one way to form URLs that point to audio and video segments. I hope others will improve on it. But any clipping tool that produces unique URLs can work with Hypothesis and, of course, with any other annotation or curation tool that targets URLs. I didn't know that browsers support playback of assessment of audio!
You can see all my links here: johnjohnston