@tripofmice hi there, quick question, for a goodreads csv import, is it documented somewhere what format Bookwyrm expects? (columns, order of them) Goodreads seems to not document it very well for me to find (without a GR account). Trying to mimick a Goodreads csv to import a booklist from my local notes.
The IOP website redirects the page referring to the old ISSN of "The Astrophysical Journal Letters" https://iopscience.iop.org/journal/1538-4357 to the new ISSN https://iopscience.iop.org/journal/2041-8205
Now none of the old issues of the journals are accessible through the website interface.
Tell me again how this high cost of the scientific publishing is to ensure its accessibility!
How good? Well, last year, Uber managed to dodge tax on $6b in global revenues by laundering its income through *fifty* Dutch shell companies.
A report from the Australian NGO Center for International Corporate Tax Accountability and Research (CICTAR), reported in the Dutch press, describes Uber's tax evasion innovations as "the Champions League of tax avoidance."
The Green Elephant Is No More. I deleted my Evernote account.
I created a proof of concept of a booklist in OPML, both human and machine readable, that can point to other people's lists as well for discovery.
I've started re-adding my old 2004-2008 photo blog to the main archive of my site.
Mise-en-scène, staged. Photo Ton Zijlstra, CC BY SA NC
During a 2015 visit to the Boymans van Beuningen museum in Rotterdam, mentioned in the previous photo, for the 'Design Derby' exhibit, I took this photo. I printed it for the frames on my window sills, because I've always been hesitant in putting photos in frames around the house. It often feels staged to me when I encounter them in other people's homes, look who we met, lo
Lines at Boijmans, photo Ton Zijlstra license CC BY NC SA
Some years ago E and I visited Rotterdam for a weekend, and we also visited the Boijmans van Beuningen museum. This is a shot of their inner court yard, where the lines invite you to play.
The Boijmans is closed until 2026, while major renovations take place, and while they are building an amazing new structure next door that will serve as the new depot. A mirroring
Swans and bicyclesphoto Ton Zijlstra, license CC BY NC SA
Leaving the tiny Haarlem Spaarnwoude railway station, you cross over a water course that runs parallel to the tracks and the platform. On the bridge I looked straight down in 2006 and saw this composition. Bicycles dumped with their wheels aligned, juxtaposed with two swans feeding next to each other, or perhaps checking out what else got dumped in their habitat. Clouds re
In 2013 we spent the month of July in France, and one of our first stops was Orléans. We rented bicycles to cycle from the campground south of the Loire river to the city. As the cathedral dominated the skyline, we rode through fields of grain shimmering silvery and brightly in the burning sun as the wind blew through them, and bordered by bright red poppies. Having stopped to take some photos, I took this shot of E.
Now that we haven’t
A cellist in the garden of the Lousiana Museumphoto Ton Zijlstra, license CC BY NC SA
The Lousiana is a beautiful museum that we love visiting. Hidden in the landscape north of Copenhagen with a beautiful sculpture garden looking out over the sea. In October 2012 we enjoyed lovely sunlight at the end of the afternoon, strolling through the garden. A cellist had his picture taken, for a portret, poster or album sleeve I as
The lightened plane of conversationphoto Ton Zijlstra, license CC BY NC SA
During the same 2013 trip to Barcelona as yesterday's photo, I took this shot. My father and I were walking past the Barcelona Design Museum on our way to Torre Agbar. I took this photo through the windows at the front of the building, through to the other side of the building, where at the back of the museum people were sitting on the steps leading to a
Fatal Fakephoto Ton Zijlstra, license CC BY NC SA
Wherever I go I tend to take photos of street art that catches my eye. I like the random encounters with creative expression when you stroll through a city, and how they're add-ons to an environment that wasn't meant to welcome them. In March 2013 I visited Barcelona together with my father. Two years before his death but already ill he invited me on this city trip meant as an o
@wouter dank voor de gesprekken gisteravond. Heb een kleine nabeschouwing geschreven https://www.zylstra.org/blog/2021/04/nabeschouwing-de-eerste-nederlandstalige-obsidian-meet-up/
Some thoughts on sharing reading lists, as federated bookshelves with opml/rss
Ik nodig Nederlandstalige Obsidian.md gebruikers uit voor de eerste Nederlandstalige Obsidian Meet-up, zaterdag 24 april 20:00. De link voor de meet-up is https://meet.tgl.eu/EerstNederlandstaligeObsidianMeetup (mijn Jitsi-server).
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