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Biomedical and Electrical Engineer with interests in information theory, evolution, genetics, abstract mathematics, microbiology, big history, IndieWeb, mnemonics, and the entertainment industry including: finance, distribution, representation






@flancian handling is fine though I think there's more raw value in [[wikilinks]]. I've run into the issue between the two from a more natural text perspective on my own website in the past. How do you distinguish or create equality between something like and [[commonplace books]] for example? How do you crosslink things like this or versus the more explicit [[educational technology]] where one is done primarily to save characters on a text limited platform like Twitter?


It seems like a good day to highlight this short video presentation I made last year at an academic conference and posted to my own website:
"A Twitter of Our Own"


The acquisition of GitHub reminds me about how versatile it can be for a variety of use cases. I hope Microsoft continues iterating on it to expand its usability to reach an even larger audience.


Quick reminder that there's a Virtual Homebrew Website Club Meetup tonight. It's likely to have a very and slant given the current RSVPs.


@holden I'm wondering if you're planning on coming back to camp this year as well? I'm excited by the growing number of related folks who are planning on attending.


Yes: Given some earlier conversation in chat with Greg and Ian, I'm expecting a bit of conversation about at this meetup. I can't wait!


@SchumakerA Seeing your bio, I'll also note that there's a number of educators and related edtech folks in the as well.
Happy to help if you have any questions.


@heml There's even a group working on education related uses:


@amichaelberman If you find yourself down in the city in the future, I'll offer to treat you for lunch/dinner at Porto's to talk about people, technology, innovation, and .


@Joseph_Koivisto @edsu I would also encourage you to think about potentially proposing an Edu-focused session that Saturday to help get a broader conversation going around IndieWeb and education:


It seems like such a waste of effort/time for a 23 year old conference to *not* have a permanent Twitter handle. @DNA23UT


@nlafferty I suspect @wiobyrne has used @withknown in the past as well

An interesting tool for annotating videos.


@mgershovich I caught parts of online, but if you're free in LA over the summer would you like to have lunch and chat ?