I'm writing an article about social media in 2017. I guess some of you have left birbsite for good. If some of you would care to give me short (and quoteable) statement "why" and "why mastodon is better", you'd make a journalist very happy.
Of course anon/pseudoymity is no problem. German prefered, but english is fine, re-toots are appriecated.
The chat application I have been working on uses MathJax to render maths in a channel. This works great for the web application but is problematic for the other clients (I'm specifically working on the Android, Emacs and McCLIM clients).
Is there some library I can use that takes a LaTeX expression and generates an image?
It looks like MathJax prints the content of `\text` verbatim, and KaTeX doesn't handle `\emptyset`. I have had an annoying afternoon.
I'm in need of a new organizational system. I have trouble with keeping track of things and I haven't had luck with GTD... I have too many ideas and not enough energy!
Mastonauts, what do you use?
My first contribution to knowledge share on Mastodon - A repo of doc/reading material that I worked with others to create for people interested in getting started with #Infosec:
Social Coop friends. I teach a Media class and want to introduce platform coop and other alternative tools. In addition to our own social.coop, DuckDuckGo, Firefox Klar, what do you consider indispensable tools for everyday users of SNS?
Do I know any EU employment law specialists who like/understand Creative Commons licensing and could comment on this? https://github.com/liberapay/liberapay.com/issues/839
Does anybody know if there's a common way of buying/selling used complete back issues of peer-reviewed journals? Especially very low cost.
Philosophy friends: what are some good papers to read on emergent properties of complex systems?
I reread Richard Cartwright's 'Propositions' today and found the part where he writes: 'Moore is reported to have once had a nightmare in which he was unable to distinguish propositions from tables.' Presumably it's G. E. Moore. I would like to know that story.
I think I'm going to try out Arch Linux. Something is not clear to me: if I follow the main installation guide on the wiki, it's not going to erase Windows, right? But I should set up partitions beforehand, probably?
What can I read to learn about best practice for storing data in a digital humanities project? In particular, a database of historical records.
Can anyone recommend any simple image tuning/manipulation software for desktop #Linux? I'm looking for something like #Snapseed for Android. #Darktable seems too technical, and I can't find simple things like cropping. I'm comfortable in the #GIMP, but it seems a bit overkill for things like adjusting colors, and I like having presets for applying common effects.
I find this hard, because I only like text.