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Kalaksi

Publicado en OLDaily el 15/02/2021

Nuno Donato, Product Hunt, Feb 15, 2021
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This is something to keep half an eye on. "Kalaksi is a new way of social network. It adds social features on top of standard RSS feeds. Create 'planets' to act as different timelines, aggregate content from several sources, and publish it all to...

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Jessica Vitak, Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media, Feb 12, 2021
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This is from 2012 but I want to make sure I have it in my records as a definitive account of context collapse - what the term means, how it's caused, and measures for responding to it. By 'context collapse' we mean "the flattening out of multiple...

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Anna Kramer, Protocol, Feb 12, 2021
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What I want to know is how we came to be in a world where e-books are a lot more expensive than physical books, so much so that the libraries are increasingly unable to afford them? "Librarians sometimes pay hundreds of dollars to circulate one copy of an e-book for a two-year period, a...

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Stephen Noonoo, EdSurge, Feb 12, 2021
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As Slate stated bluntly last summer, "lesson plans platforms for teachers have a racism problem." It's...

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FundOSS

Publicado en OLDaily el 12/02/2021

FundOSS, Feb 12, 2021
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This is a variation on donor-based funding for open source software (and therefore, open content). The idea is that donors contribute to a pool of money, and then donations are allocated by the number of people supporting given projects, as opposed to the size of the donations to those projects. This works against the phenomenon of rich donors picking winners, a valuable idea...

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David Heinemeier Hansson, Signal V. Noise, Feb 12, 2021

This is testimony from the co-founder of Basecamp on the subject of North Dakota's Senate Bill number 2333 on the subject of app stores. The bill is a short and clear two pages saying that platforms may not (quoted):

  • Require a developer to use a digital application distribution platform or digital transaction platform as the exclusive mode of distributing a digital product.
  • Require a developer to use an...
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Subject matter networks

Publicado en OLDaily el 12/02/2021

Harold Jarche, Feb 12, 2021
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To protect yourself from disinformation and fake news you should determine whether the speaker is an authority on the subject. That's what a lot of digital literacy guides say. But it's wrong on two fronts. First, a lot of authorities are wrong, or worse, deceitful. And second, a lot of non-authorities are right. So how do you decide? The answer is to never trust just...

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Praxis and the Indieweb

Publicado en OLDaily el 11/02/2021

Daniel Goldsmith, Feb 11, 2021
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This is an excellent post analyzing the weaknesses of the Indieweb as it is currently constituted. You may have already seen my response. Daniel Goldsmith makes the point that the Indieweb is target-blind, exclusionary, and "has at its core a significant barrier to entry." I can't disagree. It...

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On the Indieweb

Publicado en OLDaily el 11/02/2021

Stephen Downes, Feb 11, 2021
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I think we have to return to what we think the Indieweb is. The original goals were ownership, control, do-it-yourself, and inter-connectivity. These have morphed into some sort of amalgam of code camps and self-authored software. But I think that if we revisit these in the spirit of social and community benefit, we can envision something more encompassing.

See also on...
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Nana Ariel, Psyche, Feb 11, 2021
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I don't talk to myself out loud, probably because my inner voice is loud enough for both of us. But like John Stuart Mill, I have found teaching to be an excellent way to learn something, especially if I have to work through something out loud. That's why giving talks has been so important...

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Dave Cormier, Dave’s Educational Blog, Feb 10, 2021
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This is a follow-up to Michael Feldstein's post on Chegg (covered here) and explores what educators can do about online cheating. The first set of solutions consists essentially of ways of making the test harder, and prompts...

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Unpublishing

Publicado en OLDaily el 10/02/2021

Kieran Forde, Feb 10, 2021
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Kieran Forde sent me a pointer to a list of articles on the topic of 'unpublishing' in journalism. It raises for me a host of questions. After all, while on one hand newspapers complain about people using their headlines for free, on...

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Blayne Haggart, Global News, Feb 10, 2021
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The headline is a bit click-baity but the topic of internet regulation has acquired a renewed importance in the current Covid age. We pay the price when "U.S....

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Neesa Sunar, Psyche, Feb 10, 2021
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I have a very strong inner voice that talks to me constantly (though I can sometimes shut it off with music, a skill I had to learn). I am fond of my inner voice; it literally is me. But like the author, I have no "mind's eye". I can't 'see' things when I visualize; all my mental...

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Alternatives to Correct and Incorrect

Publicado en OLDaily el 10/02/2021

Connie Malamed, The eLearning Coach, Feb 10, 2021
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This is a fairly basic list of alternatives to feedback of the form 'correct' and 'incorrect' but it's worth thinking about. The section on incentivized feedback made me think about No Man's Sky. The interface is basically based on point-and-click (such as shooting things)...

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