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Via @bobsummerwill, Bruce Perens Post Open Source License Early Draft. There's a video, which is "What Comes After Open Source" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vTsc1m78BUk. I need to watch this and take some notes.
- Obsidian as a platform for zettelkasten: https://twitter.com/brandontoner/status/1314006682729619458 (thanks to Steven Fan).
- idea: landline emulator: https://twitter.com/flancian/status/1314106528660631552
- Social coop?
- Athens beta.
- I splurged on the machinery of life: https://www.amazon.de/-/en/David-S-Goodsell/dp/0387849246/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=the+machinery+of+life&qid=1602170739&sr=8-1
18:18 trusting science code
https://www.hillelwayne.com/post/how-do-we-trust-science-code/?utm_source=hillelwayne&utm_medium=email greece - austerity because of software bug! growth in a time of debt economic paper; had a bug in it. programming is essential to scientific research, but all researchers want is to do the job and get back to work serious bugs can always slip through! how do you convince everyone to make a boring part of their work more boring for a nebulous benefit? improving this experience is a social problem, not a technical one
excel makes structured data analysis easily accessible to nonprogrammers. this is important! & excel's flaws are no different than the flaws of a semantics of a programming language – they're complicated, complicated issues
Pitman shorthand stenography! Very cool. Do more stenography research