@kensanata Do you know about any research on this behaviour change, especially when talking about scholarly writing?

write more than human readers are able to read. More and more we make use of to deal with that mass of .

Keeping that in mind I'm asking myself: (Does|Should) writing change when machines are our readers?

@crash You could go with Ardour, which is more complex but great! I recommend the videos by @unfa to learn it.

@VickyRampin First of all I mean backups and best practices of daily jobs to secure the work one has done. The sysadmin stuff will be alright I guess as we would host Taguette on university servers.

Hi @VickyRampin! I'd like to ask you a question about . Two of my BA students need to analyze transcripts of interviews they have conducted. I would like to introduce them to . Although it would be possible and easy for them to set up two local installations, I'd prefer one web-based and Docker-based installation for them. The only thing that I worry about is how to secure this installation from data loss. Do you have any experiences with that?

PixelDroid is now published on F-Droid!

Look at the release notes here: gitlab.shinice.net/pixeldroid/

Get it here: f-droid.org/packages/org.pixel

Help out by translating to your favourite language: weblate.pixeldroid.org/project

Send us your issues, concerns or feature requests on our issue tracker: gitlab.shinice.net/pixeldroid/ or just send us a message (here or on Matrix on #pixeldroid:gnugen.ch )

@Downes Good! Looking forward to the new version of gRSShopper.

@Downes Thanks, that helped. Do you want to rate the sort afterwards?

@jaranta This is the book by Resnick that keeps on inspiring my work:

Resnick, M. (2017). Lifelong Kindergarten: Cultivating Creativity through Projects, Passions, Peers, and Play. MIT Press.

@jaranta Cool, thanks for that. Do you have anything like an open Zotero group with that list?

@jaranta Yes, I know. I came across that book when I tried to understand how gamification and also nudging are being used in a wider scope than just games. Comes out that oftentimes psychological factors can be used for digital business models of all kinds.

May I ask what kind of books you have on your list from your perspective?

@jaranta Also: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/For_the_ Young people are organizing for an international gamer union to fight back the great trusts. You will learn a lot about gaming in India and China.

@jaranta Sure. I work in ethics and informatics and try to figure out ethical implications of current technological trends like AI, Blockchain and decentralized internet approaches.

As a teacher a core value for me is playfulness which is not the same as gaming. I take the term from Lifelong Kindergarten Group at MIT Media Lab and refer to Mitch Resnick on that. Reading the book by McGonigal was fun as it showed me how game design principles can get capitalized for gamification.

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