Biomedical and Electrical Engineer with interests in information theory, evolution, genetics, abstract mathematics, microbiology, big history, Indieweb, and the entertainment industry including: finance, distribution, representation
On discovery of (good) content from the interwebs.
A short reply to @anildash @kylewmahan @tinokremer et. al
Tino, your note reminds me of Dave Winer's http:/
I remember early web efforts like Digg that were interesting for a while, but sadly services like this regress to the mean and one gets the fluff that appeals to Harry and Mary Beercan.
My favorite discovery engine lately is the Nuzzle News app from Jonathan Abrams (http:/
If only we could get Nuzzle to partner with Huffduffer?!
Pocket also has a recommended tab (https:/
Also, can someone please build an internet-wide filter to get rid of #listicles and the joke and fluff emails with the 1000 forwards from 1998? We'd all be a lot better off. #PanemEtCircenses
If @NatureNews starts publishing listicles, #scienceisdead. http:/
What's next @NatureNews, listicles? Twitter delivers collective nouns for researchers #scienceisdead http:/