11304 #steps today
11304 #steps today
5193 #steps today — hrm, seems a bit low. Gotta improve on that tomorrow.
9468 #steps today
9453 #steps today
8606 #steps today
2769 #steps today — pretty sure this is inaccurate, as I walked to/from the workshop and around just as much as on days when I’ve logged >7000
8944 #steps today
7000 #steps today
I have some questions.
Firstly, who are you? Have you worked on any social-web related projects before? Do you own your identity on the web (i.e. have a personal URL)? Do you post content under your own domain? Do you actively encrypt many of your communications?
If not, with what authority/experience/motive are you proposing a “standardized standard” for social data? If you have not put effort into building and using your identity on the web, why should any of us who have care about your proposal, as it is unlikely to be relevant to the actual problems faced by people trying to implement this stuff?
Secondly, why is your wiki username socml? Making your username the name of the thing you’re proposing strikes me as odd, if not slightly arrogant.
Thirdly, have you heard of activitystrea.ms? Judging by your admission that you
“have not searched the web
T1: Checking to see what’s up with the weird note author thing
It’s a bit strange in that it has no real order and is a collection of semi–related stories about the development and use of the aqualung. Very informative about some of the physiological effects of diving.
A particularly potent part is Cousteau’s story of the first time bottom trawling had ever been filmed, revealing it to be a hideously inefficient and ineffective method of trawling. No–one had ever realised before, because no one had ever actually seen a net working.
Twelve Blog Post Writing Tips From 2012: http://tantek.com/2013/001/b1/twelve-blog-post-writing-tips #bookmark
Northerny Tea Room serves great hot #food and cakes