My contribution to ISAW Papers 20—Linked Open Data for Papyrology. Details some of the background on how we use linked data under the hood & publicly for papyri.info: https://hdl.handle.net/2333.1/2jm647v1
Short shell script for concatenating video files with ffmpeg's "concat" demuxer, using only command-line arguments:
Just learned that this exists, a handy DOI-to-PDF web app: https://libkey.io
1) This is great if you have library access to articles but getting to them often requires jumping through hoops
2) I wonder if it would have ever been made without the existence of Sci-Hub
While everyone’s so concerned about Twitter censorship, I set up an account for a side project 3 months ago in anticipation of using it after the project launches. Confirmed the email address and phone number. Tweeted once to test, followed nobody. Logged back in this month and it’s suspended for no reason.