Micro-blogging for scientists without nasties and surveillance
Mastodon/fedi server recs (because literally blocked me from posting it lol)
General-purpose: octodon.social, mas.to, weirder.earth
Lefty/social justice-oriented: rage.love, kolektiva.social, social.wxcafe.net, eldritch.cafe
Scientists/academics: fediscience.org, scicomm.xyz, scholar.social
Creatives: wandering.shop, photog.social, mastodon.art, pixelfed.social
Geographical: cloudisland.nz (NZ), mspsocial.net (Twin Cities, MN), 438punk.house (Montréal, Punklandia)
Zach Weinersmith is trying to kill me with something I already know.
Universities after Neoliberalism: How to Build a Democratic Civic University
"The Culture of Engineering Overlooks the People It’s Supposed to Serve" - https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/the-culture-of-engineering-overlooks-the-people-its-supposed-to-serve/
Web archive link, research
Hey cool, my recent journal paper is being featured on the front page of the journal.
Speaking of photos, how do people pass photos down to their kids these days? I can't imagine handing down a hard drive or saying, "Don't forget to keep paying for this server!" in my will.
When scientific conferences went online, diversity and inclusion soared. Woman: 2.5 times more attendance, queer people: 7 times, ECR: 3.4 times.
"Work-in-Progress: Polytechnic Perceptions of the Engineering Classroom Experience" - https://doi.org/10.31224/2124
Huh, they also block my VPN.
Discovered by trying to send a message to my spouse. Luckily my bridged Matrix server was still accessible so I could still send a Signal message through that.
Professor of Mechanical Engineering. Working to make engineering knowledge and education more accessible. He/him
Scholar Social is a microblogging platform for researchers, grad students, librarians, archivists, undergrads, academically inclined high schoolers, educators of all levels, journal editors, research assistants, professors, administrators—anyone involved in academia who is willing to engage with others respectfully.