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geomesa.org
Store, index, query, and transform spatio-temporal data at scale in Accumulo
accumulo  geo 
12 hours ago
Ditching Twitter | Incisive.nu
Why I’ve been off Twitter, and how I’m trying to reclaim it.
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yesterday
still life with emotional contagion
“or put another way: recall has always been a power dynamic” —
cooperhewitt  aa:idx=brand  aa:id=dconstruct  aa:year=2014  aa:ima=post  from twitter
4 days ago
BBC Click: dConstruct: Living with the Network on Huffduffer
RT : Have a listen to ’s programme from this year’s event—it’s really good!
from twitter
4 days ago
BBC World Service - Click, dConstruct Conference
RT : Have a listen to ’s programme from this year’s event—it’s really good!
aa:post=dconstruct  aa:ima=link  aa:year=2014  from twitter
4 days ago
dConstruct : dconstruct2014 on Huffduffer
RT : All the talks from this year’s mind-blowing event are online now for your listening pleasure:

Listen. Think. Share.
from twitter
7 days ago
Nelson's Weblog: tech / Is your DSL provider working
running a Perl script that I haven't touched in 13 years. Still works!
from twitter_favs
12 days ago
straup/tgn-geojson · GitHub
ladies and gentlemen I give you all of the thesaurus of geographic names as a really big bag of geojson /
from twitter
18 days ago
Domain Name Registration at Joker.com, Easy to use Control Panel and Reseller API Interface
Just got a domain registration notice for . This must have made sense at some point. I blame tequila.
from twitter_favs
18 days ago
Photos & Video taken in Memphis International Airport on Flickr!
there is a reason that all the geotagging code in treats airports as localities / see also:
from twitter
18 days ago
Criticality, Rejectionists, Risk Tolerance
I admit all that and more, but recalling Winston Churchill's "[That] the further back I look, the further forward I can see," it seems to me that either the wide open range that is the freedom of an Internet built on the end-to-end principle must die, or else we must choose to not allow the critical infrastructure of our lives to depend on that Internet. By now, we have all the evidence we need to show that confidentiality, integrity, and availability for data or systems does not occur by magic, that it must be designed in in the first place and it must be renewed often -- designed as bolting it on after the fact has been shown to generally fail, renewed often as designing anything to be entirely future-proof is so far from easy as to be unlikely. The so-called Hobson's choice is where one is given a "take it or leave it" proposition, which is said to be not much of a choice at all. Although I suspect this applies to no one in today's audience, consider the Internet as a Hobson's Choice. You either get it, warts and all, or you get nothing.
network  dangeer 
18 days ago
Why are we collecting source code? | Cooper Hewitt Labs
RT : New short blogpost from : Why *are* we collecting source code? | Cooper Hewitt Labs
from twitter
21 days ago
straup/tgn-tools · GitHub
“If nothing else it might useful for generating csv files which can be combined in to more useful geojson files” – 
from twitter
23 days ago
Rethinking Search on the Collections Site | Cooper Hewitt Labs
RT : New blogpost: Rethinking Search on the Collections Site | Cooper Hewitt Labs
musetech  from twitter
25 days ago
Mapping #Ferguson | Mapbox
Dear Twitter user, you are registered as a participant in mass protests
from twitter_favs
26 days ago
wired.com – heres a terrible idea robot cars with adjustable ethics settings #4558d32c6168635269cbe39ed8ca6223
The thought-experiment is a moral dilemma, because there’s no clearly right way to go . It’s generally better to harm fewer people than more, to have one person die instead of five. But the car manufacturer creates liability for itself in following that rule, sensible as it may be. Swerving the car directly results in that one person’s death: this is an act of killing. Had it done nothing, the five people would have died, but you would have killed them, not the car manufacturer which in that case would merely have let them die.
motive  highlights  from:dogeared  url:e11ce3851efc7d70734d7e1373278018  dt:year=2014  dt:month=08  dt:day=19  dt:timestamp=1408450049 
27 days ago
#663399 | CSS4 | Our collection by color | Collection of Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
support for multiple colour palettes has always been in the cards but this release is for and family –
from twitter
28 days ago
Schneier on Security: NSA/GCHQ/CESC Infecting Innocent Computers Worldwide
"The point of this is to create ORBs, or Operational Relay Boxes. Basically, these are computers that sit between the attacker and the target, and are designed to obscure the true origins of an attack."
security  orb  motive  whosonfirst  network 
28 days ago
POI Pond
see also / I will add this as a venue source in privatesquare … eventually
from twitter
29 days ago
Untitled (http://geer.tinho.net/geer.blackhat.6viii14.txt)
the optimist in me would like to believe that dan geer’s is actually a ringing endorsement of the papernet
from twitter
4 weeks ago
TBD Catalog
RT : already there are 3D food printers from Straup & Cope in
from twitter
4 weeks ago
DSHR's Blog: "National Hosting" of archives
Note that the Data Retention and Investigatory Powers (DRIP) Act, recently rushed through the UK Parliament, takes the same position. It is already law; it is being challenged in the courts but the process will take years. Thus, asking where the data is stored is no longer relevant, it doesn't tell you whose laws apply to that data. If the organization with custody "has operations" in the US or the UK, US or UK courts will exert jurisdiction.

Given this position, it would be prudent for a national hosting organization (NHO) to ensure not merely that the copies were on their country's soil in a system owned by their country's nationals, but also that the system was exclusively operated by their country's nationals. This would ensure that no-one subject to US jurisdiction would have administrative access to the system, and thus prevent such persons from impairing the operation of the system, for example by removing content from the system in response to an order of a US court. Such orders can be envisaged, for example, in cases where the US government classes information, even after publication, as "sensitive but unclassified", or attempts to secretly rewrite history such as court transcripts, or when copyright claims are made under the US Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA).
archive  law  jurisdiction  historyboxes 
4 weeks ago
ARCHIVES*RECORDS: Ensuring Access: SESSION 201 - A Trickle Becomes a Flood:...
RT : I’m at an panel discussion about Agency, Ethics & Information here’s what I said
saa14  from twitter
4 weeks ago
One Big Archive | inkdroid
RT : I’m at an panel discussion about Agency, Ethics & Information here’s what I said
saa14  from twitter
4 weeks ago
dConstruct 2014, September 5th — Anab Jain
RT : Absolutely thrilled that is speaking at this year’s !

W00t!
from twitter
4 weeks ago
LittleNets | eyebeam.org
RT : LittleNets is an upcoming project curated by resident w/ mesh networks and a variety of workshops:
from twitter
4 weeks ago
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