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It's finally here published today: the proposal for the EU High Value Data list. The list for the first time makes open data publication mandatory for government concerning (for now) 6 themes (geographic information, meteorology, mobility, statistics, earth observation and environment, and company information)

@chrisaldrich when you annotate what is according to a 'local file' is that a local file you read and annotate in your browser? Or are you posting to the API with annotations made some other way than the Hypothesis browser add-on?

Friends and my company are hosting a Village at May Contain Hackers 2022 this summer. Data ethics is the general theme, we'll put the 80s back into ethics, at the "80s Village". Join us / get involved!

N.a.v. berichten bij @defries @mbtsmn over het WordCamp Nederland mid-september, een voorstel voor een presa ingediend, over IndieWeb en mijn ervaringen als blogger daarmee. Er is nog plek voor meer sprekers en workshops, dien je WordPress gerelateerde voorstellen voor 1 juni in (volgende week woensdag).

@thewk It's not dumb at all. YouTube used to visibly display RSS feeds, then later "removed" them. it's still a functional feature, though.

I followed this guide:

If you know how to identify the channel's user ID, you can skip straight to this URL and input it:

I extended the capabilities of my microsub feed reader with the option to save web articles directly from the reader to my Obsidian notes in markdown format.
Until now if I wanted to save an entire article I found in my feed reader, I would open it in the browser and then use the markdownclipper browser add-on to add some context and then

I'm looking for a PHP script with no (or little/packaged) dependencies to convert HTML to markdown. This to be able to from my feedreader directly save clipped webarticles into my local notes folder. MD to HTML I have, HTML to MD I'm looking for.

@Wtebbens ik zag dat je ook een RT op twitter deed van dit bericht. Hoe doe je dat?

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At the today I was pleasantly surprised that the moderator asked the audience who POSSE'd their content (me and 6 others or so), and that Habermas was invoked by a panelist.

Had a fun session with today, talking them through the upcoming EU data / digitisation legislation framework

Cool, after announcing UnOffice hours this morning, the first conversation is scheduled for next week. A conversation with a friend, but on a topic that otherwise maybe wouldn't have surfaced in this way for a conversation.

Matt Webb has been keeping UnOffice hours for a few years, a few timeslots in his week during which anyone can come by and talk to him. Several people in my network similarly have opened parts of their weekly schedule for others to be able to plan a conversation with them. Using a tool like Calendly, it saves the back and forth of finding a time. More importantly it is a clear signal you don't have to ask if it's ok to have

I find this bookmark an unconvincing critique of the data altruism concept in the new EU Data Governance Act (caveat: the final consolidated text of the new law has not been published yet).

I'm starting a small call for entries for a yet-to-exist 'zine on tech for resting, being lazy, letting be, and having a break. Share wide and far.


For the first Fallow Zine, la Jachère is interested in contributions about the following topics, but not limited to them.

- Lazy tech or tech for the lazies
- Tech that falls into place, fits, is just enough
- Tech for rest, pause, have a break, take a breath
- Tech for preservation, of the status quo, of energy, of a moment, of equilibrium

More on

- Deadline: 21. June 2022 (more or less… deadlines are thresholds to play with)

#zine #technology


Sick of people calling everything in crypto a Ponzi scheme. Some crypto projects are pump and dump schemes, while others are pyramid schemes. Others are just standard issue fraud. Others are just middlemen skimming of the top. Stop glossing over the diversity in the industry.


Kitty Kilian blogt een paar mooie gesprekken met eerbiedwaardige "Bloggers van Toen". Zoals Elja Daae en Merel Roze. Toen is 20 jaren geleden, het moment waarop ik net gestopt was met mijn webpagina's geheel met de hand op Notepad te maken, en een heuse blogtool begon te gebruiken. Wat me opvalt is dat deze gesprekken van nu niet veel anders lijken dan de discussies van toen, als het gaat o

RT @perlici1
Une herbe non coupée maintient le sol à 19.5°C
Une herbe coupée à 10 cm maintient la température du sol à 24.5°C
Un sol nu en plein été monte à plus de 40°C
Il est important de visibiliser ces connaissances

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