Perú sabbatical, earthquake Show more

Universities really love putting up as many roadblocks as possible in the way of getting reimbursed for travel expenses. 😞

Can we all just agree that all flights should have fixed rates between destinations. I'm sick of prices jumping up and down by hundreds of dollars over the course of a day.

Salt about open science; Strong Language Show more

Now that our Spring semester is over, my sabbatical is even closer. Nervous excitement!

@vickysteeves I've already seen too many spoilers. I've just hoping that by the time I finally get around to watching, I'll have forgotten...

Dad Life, potty talk Show more

Dad Life Show more

Just put my retainer in for the first time in like three years. All I taste is pain.

@dbs
Sure. I wasn't trying to advocate that DOIs should not be allowed. Moreso noting that DOIs seem to go against the current wording of the community standards.
@bgcarlisle @RaoOfPhysics

@RaoOfPhysics
I was thinking about the language from the community standards about obfuscation of the link target which occurs with a DOI. Most DOIs are reputable though I don't know about user tracking. However, I could start a random blog and use The Winnower or another service to point DOIs to it.
@socrates

@socrates maybe you've addressed this before so sorry if I've missed it, do DOI links go against the no shortened links clause of the community standards?

Devin Berg :OpenEngineering: boosted

"Impacts of Engineering Justice Curriculum: A Survey of Student Attitudes" - :oeng: osf.io/v83k5/ #engineering #openengr

Devin Berg :OpenEngineering: boosted

The Engineering Archive now has had more preprint submissions in 2019 than were submitted in all of 2017! Not #AprilFools!

Devin Berg :OpenEngineering: boosted

@vickysteeves
Maybe hide the salary in the job description. Like the first letter of each line spells the amount.

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