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Cool URIs don't change
“There are no reasons at all in theory for people to change URIs (or stop maintaining documents), but millions of reasons in practice.”
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january 2019 by adriancooke
Oh, I Hate The Romans Already! | Do The Right Thing
This urge to divide the world around us, and to sort out which tribe we belong in goes deeper than would benefit our true self interests. Yet like a pair of dysfunctional co-dependents, we just can’t help ourselves, always looking for ways to find fault and a source of antagonism.

Dutch Kids Being Biked To School. Are we the same or different?

There’s always something that makes them just not like us. We ride the way people should ride, and if more people were like us, the world would be a better place.
cycling  blogs  commenting  archiving  linkrot 
october 2018 by juliusbeezer
Culture Rot
The next time you make something and put it online: think about where it’s going to live, how long it’ll be around, and what you can do to preserve it, even if that means making an extra local backup, or printing it out on a dead tree. The culture we’re building together is increasingly digital, hyperlinked, and accessible from anywhere. But it’s not accessible from any when. We’re losing more and more of it every day. If we’re going to continue making things online, we need to deal with this problem systematically and soon. How? I’m not sure. Maybe IPFS, or something like it that hasn’t been invented yet. Until then, I’ll keep my printer.
reading  me  matthewbischoff  web  links  internet  culture  linkrot  talk 
march 2018 by mattb
Websites change. Perma Links don’t. helps scholars, journals, courts, and others create permanent records of the web sources they cite. is simple, free to use, and is built and supported by libraries.
links  web  linkrot 
march 2018 by kinofile
Passing comment on and research as a way for to shift from to an academic inte…
RightToBeForgotten  linkrot  from twitter
february 2018 by enkerli

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