"Picture a thousand Rube Goldberg machines, some of which are aggressively smashing things to pieces. Now imagine that their components are labeled with what looks like a string of highly secure passwords: CD8+, IL-1β, IFN-γ. Immunology confuses even biology professors who aren’t immunologists."
The latest from the indispensable Ed Yong: https://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2020/08/covid-19-immunity-is-the-pandemics-central-mystery/614956/
(it's annoying because the official keys allow some features that you can't get if you use third-party apps', like being able to see the number of replies, and seeing likes/RTs in the interactions column, not just mentions)
the twitter official consumer keys/secrets (https://gist.github.com/shobotch/5160017) don't work any more for me :(
any other 1337 haxx0rz having this problem?
I think Google should save everyone a lot of time and effort and jump straight to discontinuing new services:
"We are proud to announce that Google Kitchen Tools will no longer be available on Sep 1st 2020, nor has it ever been available. Should you wish to export your Google Kitchen Tools data, you should be aware that there is no data, as Google Kitchen Tools has never existed.
The Google Kitchen Tools Team"
I worked way too hard on a meme thing in Twitter so let me bring it over here too:
What's an underrated horror movie you think deserves more eyeballs? I'll start
May (2002, a Frankenstein romance starring Angela Bettis)
The Church / La Chiesa (1989, a supernatural horror produced by Dario Argento and directed by Michele Soavi)
Rituals (1977 Canuxploitation/rednecksploitation similar to Deliverance)
Dead Heat (a 1988 horror comedy buddy starring cop zombie Treat Williams and Joe Piscopo)
stumbled upon unexpectedly metal paper title
Nicolás Mongiardino Koch, Luke A Parry (2020). "Death is on Our Side: Paleontological Data Drastically Modify Phylogenetic Hypotheses," Systematic Biology. https://doi.org/10.1093/sysbio/syaa023
🦃 The illustrated book of pigeons.
London, Cassell, Petter & Galpin[1876?].
I'm hosting Drone Folder/Music for Archives on Friday, August 7, 2020 at 9:30 PM Eastern/8:30 PM Central/6:30 PM Pacific. Join your archives colleagues for live ambient, drone, and electroacoustic music.
While we mourn not seeing each other in person for the Society of American Archivists Annual Meeting, we offer the opportunity to gather online and imagine the sounds of our future reading rooms. Register for the Zoom meeting.
Feel free to connect your gear and join… https://matienzo.org/2020/216/drone-folder/
the ux of lego interface panels https://www.designedbycave.co.uk/2020/LEGO-Interface-UX/
also i fucked up the video recording and the sound is also pretty crappy so it would be easiest for me to just record a voice-over for the presentation, opinions?
Ta-da! Here's my scholar.social #SummerSchool "Adventures in Arachnid Taxonomy" presentation. (Press S to bring up speaker notes which have main points and links to sources.)
maybe i won't go to the store right now #dlws