@zacchiro ha, I had no idea that preregistration was pioneered by parapsychology!
Marcus was interviewed this week on a must-listen episode of On The Media, where she pointed out that other countries had success with harm-reduction approaches that acknowledged human needs.
For example, Dutch authorities advised people to pick sex partners for the duration of lockdown and add merge their households with your own "bubble." This presents risks - especially for people in large households - but so does sneaking around.
which I am obviously
Also, I subscribed to the python-ideas list and reading it makes me feel like a Python superhero.
@twsh I think it's nice to maintain your own list because it gives you some extra control, like linking to oadoi.org instead of doi.org
I want to teach an online workshop in which participants do hands-on exercises in a Jupyter notebook. The important thing is that I be able to "look over their shoulder" and help them sort out issues.
Any ideas for how I could set that up? I suppose any webinar thingy that supports screen sharing could technically work, but I wonder whether there are better tools.
Really like this color palette I accidentally created. I think this will become the textnets default.
Finally some good news:
American national pride has fallen to its lowest point in two decades of measurement by Gallup.
cool remote position as project manager for a research collaboration: https://educopia.org/project-coordinator-the-maintainers/
visualizing mental gymnastics https://www.jboy.space/blog/enemies-foreign-and-partisan.html
I teach urban studies and digital society.
The social network of the future: No ads, no corporate surveillance, ethical design, and decentralization! Own your data with Mastodon!