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Great lecture on "The" Social Credit System in China by Antonia Hmaidi at #35c3
openTUHH | Policy of Openness in Research and Teaching Show more
Writing the policy was a collaborative process with colleagues and presidents that I could participate in as a co-author.
Looking forward to observing what effects it has when going forward to further opening up #science and teaching.
Book: The End of Trust Show more
Has everybody noticed the book "The End of Trust" that can be bought or downloaded for free from the website of the EFF?
decentralizing Show more
just downloaded all my instagram data, and once i stare at it for long enough, i'm going to write myself a script to turn it into a big static archive on my own site, and then i can purge my instagram account.
(i'll share the script if it's not too cumbersome for a not-me person to use it!)
Digital floor plans; This is where we live in Show more
When playing with https://35c3.bleeptrack.de/ I realized that it's not just circuit diagrams that we see but also floor plans of the digital housings we live in. Sometimes there are doors, sometimes not, sometimes it's a loft, sometimes a hut.
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Revision.io; Interplanetary Database Show more
Had a great hackathon at https://revision.io/ yesterday working on a blockchain-based system for tracking and recognizing contributions in students' projects.
And I learned that some companies start transforming to a "purpose economy" model.
Let's see what day2 brings!
@socrates Thanks for the Mastodon update on 2.6.1!
Looking forward to the https://revision.io/ tomorrow. There will be a hackathon on the https://ipdb.io/, see https://www.meetup.com/de-DE/blockchain-and-identity/events/255970944/
Will I meet anybody there in person?
Transparent Collaboration in Class Show more
Quite happy about the session with my students this morning. I could inspire them to share a #Zotero group with each other and me where they collect the literature for their papers collaboratively.
This gives me the chance to recommend literature directly by dragging it into their folders. And I can comment the #literature they find.
Looking forward to how this goes on!
PhD candidate at Hamburg University of Technology. Focus on Open Education, Decentralized Technology and Free Software. Thoughts my own, not employer's.
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