Trying out plan/reality today.
- Picked up ocell. She was scared but chill. The people that brought her all the way to Brugg were very nice!
- Worked on agora-plan.
- Spammed the Agora a bit :)
- Book meeting with evanward97.
- Pick up ocell.
- Work on agora-plan. Perhaps in particular integrate one more garden onto the Agora.
- Check out c2 more thoroughly again; interesting stuff related to the Agora keeps coming up.
- Perhaps review ward cunningham's github, try some of the stuff in there.
- Found jerry michalski (nixsee mentioned him in the Foam discord): https://app.thebrain.com/brains/3d80058c-14d8-5361-0b61-a061f89baf87/thoughts/d67ac5e8-ff56-fdec-3869-a4a0795d660f/attachments/d940aac9-23db-a917-d69e-d357a45bff83
- neil told me about http://webseitz.fluxent.com/wiki/DigitalGardenStandards digital garden standards
- titushora FR: make the Agora look like this:
- plesmasquerade told me about yaldabaoth:
- pen-coded volunteered his digital garden for the Agora! https://github.com/KGBicheno/KGB_Agora
Thinking about my music listening strategy a bit today. Finding and listening to music in a way that supports artists gives the finger to the big corps. What's yours?
If I wanted to convert my org-roam files for use in Agora, I think the main issue would be lack of wikilinks for internal links. I could make use of a filter function on links to resolve that, I imagine. (I've already got a script for converting a whole folder of org files to markdown).
I think I like the bulleted day log style that for example Flancian uses. A bullet for each log, not a new heading. I will try this for a while. To be determined however, how this maps up to the IndieWeb notion of notes and which ones I publish on my stream.
I have both a private journal and wiki, as well as this public one. They are two completely separate org-roam databases. There's a slight disconnect between the two, which introduces some friction when I'm thinking about where I should be writing something.
Ton mentions that he does not like the idea of publishing his notes to the web. "To me that is unthinkable: my notes are an extension of my thinking and a personal tool. They are part of my inner space. Publishing is a very different thing, meant for a different audience (you, not me), more product than internal process". This is very interesting, I'd like to spend some time to reflect on it.
I watched the webinar The Indie Researcher: Tools for thought and internet academia yesterday. It was interesting, more discursive than really actionable advice, but a few takeaways that I liked:
- being an indie researcher should be about being curious in public - not necessarily being an expert in some domain with a position to defend (I think Anne-Laure said this)
- being 'indie' doesn't mean you just do it all yourself - it's very much about discussion and community, too
- it might free you to do some things that might not happen in an academic environment
Feeling really happy that Trump lost / Biden won. Biden might not be about to bring in a socialist revolution, but holy fuck at least he's not Trump. It feels good for there to be a positive piece of news for once.
Experimenting with placing my daily logs in a journal subfolder. They would then be ready for being incorporated in to an Agora. I think it'll be nicer that way just from a general tidyness perspective, too.