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Getting Started: Day One [...]

Most people find that using Wikity to bookmark is a good place to start. The following video shows how you can bookmark with Wikity. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=66IGbiATzsY Note that in the video the bookmark says 'Bkmrk' but in recent versions says 'Wik-it'. The editor has also been upgraded...

 

Settings:: Publishing [...]

These settings are used by Wikity to determine privacy and publishing schedule. Please note that putting "Open" to "No" is an experimental feature, providing "good enough" privacy but not great privacy. OPEN: Yes RSS DELAY: 5 days...

 

Settings:: Footer [...]

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The Constitution, the Articles, and Federalism (Crash Course) [...]

John Green talks about Federalism, the Constitution, and the origins of our system of government. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bO7FQsCcbD8 - {{Tags: history, federalism, republic, United States, constitutional convention}}...

 

Frozen Norms on Wikipedia [...]

> DeDeo and Heaberlin identified four central “neighborhoods” loosely organized around article quality, content policy, collaboration, and administrators. All the core norms of Wikipedia users can be found within those groups—things like “Don’t type in all caps” (now associated with shouting), “Assume good faith,” or “Be neutral.” > > Their analys...

 

Path:: Recently Added [...]

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Test Two: “Quotes” in the Title [...]

This tests quotes in the title. You must be able to fork it over to another site. Edit it. Then fork it back, maintaining history. this is an edit....

 

Attention Accounts [...]

An idea from Andreas Bulling that UX should see user attention as a finite and valuable resource, and only "spend" attention at certain points: > The "pervasive attentive user interfaces" imagined by Bulling might utilize what he calls "attention accounts." This is basically a running balance of available user attention. If I were to focus for a few minutes on this c...

 

Underinvesting in New Ideas [...]

>Evaluators systematically misconstrued ideas that were outside their established paradigms,” he said. This “bounded rationality” was the most convincing reason for why assessors failed to appreciate highly novel plans, according to the paper, “Looking across and looking beyond the knowledge frontier: intellectual distance, novelty, and resource allocation in ...