Tactical Tech has another good project / resource available, Exposing the Invisible with basic knowledge and tips for online investigations.
This is something I might add to my RSS feed too. Because, just like in this posting, I always post my own remarks above the thing I am bookmarking, liking or replying to, it is sometimes confusing to readers what I am referring to in those first sentences of a post.
I do wonder how it looks in my case though, as I usually don’t add titles to bookmarks, likes and replies, and this little snippet of code adds the post type to that non-existent title. Main question is would it indeed help to reduce confusement? Added to the list of site-tweaks to do.
….But for people who subscribe (either directly or indirectly) to everything I post, I imagine it must be a little frustrating to sometimes be unable to identify the type of a post before clicking-through. So I’ve added the following code….
Martha Wells, author of the fun Murderbot Diaries, blogs the Nebula Award nominees of 2020. A list to go through and choose which ones to add to my e-reader.
Congrats to all the Nebula Award Nominees!
A crowdsourced resource for technologists building things related to the coronavirus outbreak initiated by The London College of Political Technologists
A crowdsourced set of tech, tools and data relating to the Coronavirus Pandemic.
A good read on the definition issues with Degrowth. Diane Coyle’s blog is a good read in general.
SIFT through the infodemic accompanying the spread of the Corona virus. I must say I haven’t encountered much in the way of conspiracy theories in Dutch language sites, but have seen it pointed to in English. Hone your crap detection skills. The Infodemic blog explains a few useful micro-skills that all take just seconds, to keep your infohygiene up. It’s a “wash your hands well” for the web.