Another flaw in the human character is that everybody wants to build and nobody wants to do maintenance.— Kurt Vonnegut (@Kurt_Vonnegut) May 17, 2016
@leahwg Thank you!
Simple python script to pull out some CSV data from a Zotero RDF export https://gist.github.com/rlskoeser/d18c19a8351d97ca933b64fd26048b98
Thanks @jayvarner. I look forward to our next collaboration, whatever and whenever it may be!
I'm really going to miss working with @suttonkoeser. Rebecca, I'm grateful for everything you taught me. Hope we get to collaborate again.— Jay Varner (@jayvarner) September 30, 2016
#IIIF experts: are there tools available to generate image dirs/files for level zero Image API compliance?
It irks me that most of the new “features” in the Fitbit Alta are software changes that could be made available for existing devices.
Finally got the rest of my #OR2016 notes written up. http://rlskoeser.github.io/tags/OR2016/
Slides from my #OR2016 presentation on creating annotated editions with repository content via @readuxer http://rlskoeser.github.io/presentations/2016/OR-readux-annotated-editions.pdf
Fantastic energy and ideas from the 24x7 session presenters this morning. Better than a second cup of coffee. #OR2016— Scott Hanrath (@rshanrath) June 15, 2016
Pronounced like sing. Irish playwright John Millington Synge https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Millington_Synge
Is "Synge" (as in "Synge Theatre") pronounced like:— Pauline Data Ward (@PaulineDataWard) June 14, 2016
- 'singe' to rhyme with 'fringe'
- or like 'sing' to rhyme with 'thing'
The web version of my #OR2016 poster on disk image ingest (poster #41) http://rlskoeser.github.io/2016/06/08/diskimage-ingest/
My notes from the #OR2016 #IIIF session this afternoon: http://rlskoeser.github.io/2016/06/13/intro-to-iiif/
My notes from the #OR2016 #tdm text & data mining session this morning: http://rlskoeser.github.io/2016/06/13/mining-repositories/
Congrats @tla on your issue of Interdisciplinary Science Reviews on software and scholarship! http://www.tandfonline.com/toc/yisr20/40/4
What’s in your repository?
Android’s “setup nearby” feature is cool, but it won’t let me choose main account - I think it is just picking the first alphabetically.
If it takes too long to get a #fitbit replacement (broken band), I may just get used to not wearing a tracker at all.
Testing creating and publishing a tweet via jekyll & a custom rake task.
Pushing to twitter via http://brid.gy. Still experimenting and working on automating things.
May be why most developers would rather start fresh rather than maintain & upate somebody else’s code.
More experimentation. Can I reply to my own updates rather than twitter urls?
Experimenting some more. Replies, formatting, etc
Next, testing syndicated replies via http://brid.gy
Testing… first “microblog” entry posting on my own site and syndicated to twitter with brid.gy & web mentions.