Karthik Ram (@_inundata)

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January 25th, 2013

@thrawny yes. nobody uses sourceforge anymore. ghost town. Less likely to attract contributions.

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@bearloga I’ve been using it since my dumb phone days. Back then DMs came as texts. I’d go for long runs and see sim updates ;)

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@tpoi if you tell me that it was from my eebtools blurb, then I think the site has already worked! ;)

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@bearloga or use twitteR and send yourself a DM at any point mid-way.

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cjlortie Love your feedback on what to improve upon in the current peer-review system for an nceas working group: bit.ly/eebpublishing

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@msanclem Yeah, you can control any application on my mac. So it goes beyond gdoc (which is good for that single purpose).

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@msanclem @SarahBisbing I prefer etherpad over gdocs for real time writing, and use @github for the rest.

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@msanclem @SarahBisbing This is better because we can run the code, work with any app.

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Just tried it with a collaborator. We were troubleshooting the same piece of code in real time. No more “go to line 14”.

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WOW! Powwow is absolutely fantastic for collaborative screen sharing between macs. 2 cursors and both can type. bit.ly/10LxIXy

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@tpoi I can’t live without it. Far too many recipes run my life.

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wilbanks The point of open access is to convert scholarly knowledge into a true public good. Not just to remove its cost through technology.

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@labroides Actually that’s a brilliant idea never to ever get mentioned. Just use it to read and favorite.

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@labroides @kara_woo @StacyRHespanha Hi Stacy! Nice to see you here. Sorry I’m picking on you. :)

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@srsupp @recology_ ok, just looked through some old code. Looks like I stored everything in mason jars. Some had labels.

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@KirkwoodLab @sandramchung I’m on bit.ly/Wru5nR too. But the site looks rather uninspiring, like a sad wordpress page. Never use it.

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@srsupp @recology_ For me every “major” “version” was a zip file with a date and folder name.

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@KirkwoodLab @sandramchung I don’t know what ResearchGate is but is sounds like the mother of all science conspiracies.

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@srsupp @ethanwhite Fax me your latest commits. I will diff them with my xerox machine.

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Seeing ‘big data’ in a tweet is like walking into a store playing Gotye loudly over the speakers.

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@ctitusbrown I can’t complain because I also have Twitter open.

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@revodavid the top voted comment is how can we move these folks elsewhere, we just need their main attractions ;)

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