One of my favorite things about the "social network" hiding in @Hypothes_is is that there's a sort of article I can visit & all my favorite friends & thinkers have already marked it to pieces! Hello! @flancian @TrailMarks @kixiQu @moonlion_eth #PKM
Generally I read a work and make my own annotations/observations first before reading/interacting with others for this very reason. I was just struck that I'd run across an article with so many annotators that I happened to know, an event… stream.boffosocko.com/2022/brunowinc…
the level of the annotations is also depressing. It's social on it's worst aspect.
I dunno the author but why should a divergent opinion be hammered like that?
Either I read and want to be clear of an echo chamber, do my own critical thinking or pls share a critical summary
All for divergent opinions.
4 me the very idea of Knowledge Management itself is suspect.
But the article starts with claim that PKM
"is a trendy new term"
'Tain't what you don't know that get's you into trouble. It's what you know for sure is ain't so."
Trendy yes, new no
I was thinking also a grace period for public comments during which the author can correct or respond. Otherwise annotations will become a thing of the past like blog comments.
And a general evaluation, if all comments are negative, deprioritize them until a trend appears.
Oh, I'm sorry that was your impression! I guess I think of annotations as always belonging to *optional* overlay, and because of this I think all opinions should be welcome by default; in particular divergent ones?
But perhaps I misunderstand your point, could you expand?
Just because google does not surface it it does not mean it does not exist.
Ideas are no poularity contests.
The link in my profile used to be a link to my LinkedIn profile. The current link has that too
I'm back on a desktop:) better view.
I realize that from the annotation (no affordance on your name), to hypothesis profile to researchgate it's a long rabbit trail.
Your linkedin link is not a link, anyway I dropped my account at li. Why not link directly to a personal page?
Thank you for sharing your opinion! Your words are surprising to me; it is unclear why you give so much weight to real names and assign "nil" credibility to pseudonymous opinions. Pseudonyms can be empowering, and important for the oppressed (although I am not one.)
I'm sorry I don't have mental space to hop from one account to anither social media account to a google doc and reading it all to understand
The more so if the opinion is weak.
My point is: if you comment publicly on the work of others, use a real name and be easy to check
I see your point but I disagree. First of all, people who have a strong need for a pseudonym would stick out, be easier to single out if only them used them.
Second we may all be oppressed in the future, might have been in the past. I was not always this privileged.
Also, some feedback from one human to another: for a complaint on quality of discourse, IMO you could have done better on communicating your concerns specifically (which annotations were bad, which ok?) and without belittling others because of how they choose to identify.
Yes I noticed it but too late. I knew Vera was involved in AnAgora but not you.
I clicked on your link because I wanted to have second look at hypothesis with a fresh morning positive attitude.
It led to this long confused thread. ...
now I read the post w/o comments and ...
Hi Gyuri! I was actually looking for the people behind Trail Marks a few weeks ago, interesting project! Big Memex fan myself, would love to learn more. What's the best way to reach out? I follow you with my project's account, but can't DM. Anyways, nice to find you! Cheers~
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