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Jon Udell
11-15-2003
11:13 AM ET (US)
> Alas, I see that Figure 10 (the poorly resized one)
> is as ugly as ever..

Fixed!

- Jon
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Greg Roelofs
11-14-2003
02:50 PM ET (US)
In case anyone bookmarked this QuickTopic and wondered where the source article went (software-carpentry.codesourcery.com is gone), look here:

http://udell.roninhouse.com/GroupwareReport.html

Alas, I see that Figure 10 (the poorly resized one) is as ugly as ever...
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samdiener
01-28-2002
11:40 PM ET (US)
Hi,

Thanks for the piece.

I'm curious if anyone has yet tried de3, http://d3e.open.ac.uk/index.html, the digital document discourse environment. It seems to have a gorgeous interface, and tools for promoting both course-grained and fine-grained discussion of a document. I believe it was developed originally to encourage discussion of online journal articles, and is now being promoted more broadly. The developers have added some crit-like capabilites of commenting on any web-page, though if I understand it correctly (the test-site is down) the annotations will only be visible to people who are pre-invited. It might be very useful for pre-defined teams.

I think crit.org is a work of genius (thanks Ping!). I'm mystified that it hasn't received the credit, popularity, and ubiquity it deserves.

I hope that amaya and annotea via the w3c.org might make crit type capabilities better known and more ubiquitous, though I don't know much about them.

By the way, I found some of the posts here to be fascinating, but the un-structured nature of this forum confusing.

Thanks Again,
Sam
Edited 01-28-2002 11:51 PM
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razor
11-22-2001
07:39 PM ET (US)
I still miss the option of creating narrow endpoints for my links. If I want to include a link to a specific paragraph or sentence, then what (see crit.org for a solution).
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sdf
11-14-2000
06:36 AM ET (US)
in reference to: http://software-carpentry.codesourcery.com...ware/report.html#13

dsf
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Raymond Yee
10-03-2000
08:32 PM ET (US)
in reference to: http://software-carpentry.codesourcery.com...ware/report.html#71

Does anyone know of any efforts underway to reorganize Usenet along the lines that Jon Udell presents in section 2.1.1 (e.g., messages never expire; persistent URl namespace for messages)?

(I use dejanews to have a persistent URL namespace.)
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Neal McBurnett
08-22-2000
10:30 AM ET (US)
in reference to: http://software-carpentry.codesourcery.com...ware/report.html#26

HyperTeX seems like a notable step in this direction, though perhaps an interrim one:
 http://arXiv.org/hypertex/
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venu
08-15-2000
09:37 PM ET (US)
in reference to: http://software-carpentry.codesourcery.com...ware/report.html#27

well www.timedance.com is now nolonger available
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Edward Goldobin
08-15-2000
02:43 PM ET (US)
in reference to: http://software-carpentry.codesourcery.com...ware/report.html#29

TimeDance is no longer available. See their website.
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Edward Goldobin
08-15-2000
02:41 PM ET (US)
in reference to: http://software-carpentry.codesourcery.com...ware/report.html#26

1. The final result of TeX article is PDF
2. PDF can be integrated into web quite well just after U install AdobeAcrobat Reader
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Edward Goldobin
08-15-2000
02:34 PM ET (US)
in reference to: http://software-carpentry.codesourcery.com...ware/report.html#12

I don't see any particular need to mention it here. If they used to block this particular kind of access it is their decision. Equally, if they decided to unplug PC from the network cable,....
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Edward Goldobin
08-15-2000
02:31 PM ET (US)
in reference to: http://software-carpentry.codesourcery.com...pware/report.html#8

hmm..I wounder why author says "Web's native HTML format". HTML format is just one of the formats. To my taste PDF is as native as HTML. Or I misunderstood the meaning of the web from the very beginning? The Web as author introduced it in the very beginning is used as synonim for Internet. May be it has sense to distinguish this two things? BTW, modern PDF with hyperlinking abilities is in some sense better than HTML.....
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Greg Wilson
08-11-2000
03:40 PM ET (US)
Andrew Appel (Princeton) did an interesting paper a few years ago on his experiences running a large journal via email; it is available on-line (compressed PostScript) at:

http://ncstrl.cs.princeton.edu/expand.php3?id=TR-494-95

Greg
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