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David H. Mason
I don't mean that it would be immediately the case that something "doesn't exist," though it may be factually. It's just to reduce the burden to collect information using, well, decentralized social linked data mechanisms, so that editors can focus on the aspects that specifically require human apparatus past copying and pasting. And it would better serve understanding specific macro and micro details without having to follow many links in arbitrary formats. But it's just a suggestion to the question of how to make everything easier to track. I'll try to work on it as I can, of course.
@vid reducing overhead and cognitive load for summarization is definitely a worthy goal
@bblfish have you happened to see the N J Wildberger videos on youtube at all?
TIL you can access gitter with irssi
now i might actually participate
There's an unexpected face... waves
how's it going scott
i've been lurking for most of the year
i just find the gitter web interface to be too much clutter
So-so... trying to gather thoughts together while dealing with neuropathy is a real PITA.
yeah i have a pdf somewhere but i kinda like the dead tree version of that kind of thing
A large screen that one can turn veritcally helps a lot in sparing trees. I read nearly everything that way.
i have been considering getting a full-page e-ink tablet
There is also a lot of interesting work on databases in category theory that is also very helpful for when thinking about linked-data. (And I think that it can't be long before this is tied into RDF too).
yeah just don't say the word "morphism" in front of a client
yeah, I suppose it depends a lot on what client. :-)
yeah it informed my thinking of bolting RDF to REST a few years back
hypermedia as the engine of the worst acronym in the world and all that