Am I correct in the impression that #Gnome Documents does not allow tagging or notes/annotation of documents? As in, the things that would make a document manager useful?
Not wanting to be harsh, I just wonder if I missed something.
A+ #BookReview: science fiction Radicalized by Cory Doctorow #scifi @[email protected] @[email protected] https://www.readingreality.net/2019/03/review-radicalized-by-cory-doctorow/
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Izabel: Dad, my drawing is crazy ugly!
Me: It really isn't.
Izabel: Dad, YOU can draw it!
Me: Izabel, you do it a thousand times better than me! When I draw something, it looks like a sick old cow! Even if I draw a car!
Izabel: IT DOES NOT MATTER!
< I do the drawing >
Izabel: Dad... that looks like a sick old cow
"Ged stood still a while, like one who has received great news, and must enlarge his spirit to receive it. "
#quote le Guin: A wizard of Earthsea.
She really has her own style, and I really like it.
I like how @nextcloud renders a Markdown file if you share it using a share link.
I wonder if one could actually use it as a blog, so one could knit together the excellent Markdown editor and a sharing system, #POSSE-style.
Is there a way to insert images from a @nextcloud instance in a @nextcloud Markdown file, I wonder?
@dublinux The modern web: where the stuff we want to persist doesn't, that which we don't does.
The Six Main Stories, As Identified by a Computer - The Atlantic
https://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2016/07/the-six-main-arcs-in-storytelling-identified-by-a-computer/490733/ - Interesting. But AI is usually not artificial than intelligence. I wonder how much they needed to feed the story arcs and hypothesis into the system.
Does anyone remember the name of that #Chekhov short story where an idealist starts out as a bookseller to spread great ideas, then he starts selling paper and pens to survive and eventually he moves the books into storage in the back?
I was trying to find it, but Chekhov was ridiculously productive and wrote like a million billion short stories...
The British government is an excellent example of legacy architecture that never gets refactored.
"What's this 'monarch' piece for?"
"Oh, well it used to be really important, and everything was tied into it, but then we distributed its functions and never actually uncoupled everything from it. Don't touch it, you'll break something."
Morten Juhl-Johansen Zölde-Fejér.
Technobureaucrat with a background in humanities.
Author, Gentleman's Public License.
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