On my lojban learening reboot, it has seriously gone like this:
Darmok on the ocean, Darmok and Jalad at Tanagra, Darmok and Jalad on the ocean,
Hal of S03E06, fixing the lightbulb in the kitchen
Essentially, Anki was initially nice, but not great at structuring the workload of dependencies--really good for your own notes as you make them, horrendously bad when it is someone else's. Obsidian waxed and waned because, really, not everything belongs in Markdown. RDF is the new siren song.
Making notes in #RDF.
So, semantically, rdfs:Bag vs. rdfs:subClassOf .
Might both be useful? Gut feeling that just the Bag relation is needed.
I've been neglecting the espresso machine.
So... #IodizedCoffee today. Yes, that's two drops of Lugol's please.
So, this is what happened with the Freebase acquisition, it migrated a lot over to Wikidata. The new "Knowledge Graph API" was announced at the same time as the 6-month shutdown of Freebase.
It's been eight years and there is still a big red warning on this API.
Learning Turtle instead of N3. N3 is likely rightfully abandoned.
Spending a lot of time kicking http://prefix.cc/ around to discover other ontologies. Really disappointed that there isn't a meta-ontology for ontologies, however, I have not yet dug into OWL 2 yet.
Too many of the RDF projects out there are making forests when some people just want a tree.
The "official sport" of #pulmonauts might be this: Underwater hockey. https://www.inverse.com/mind-body/underwater-hockey-explained?link_uid=28
Finally, something better than a "word cloud."
The extensions issue with Firefox is mostly structural: many of the extensions I'm using with Firefox are to fix the brain damages of the "Modern Web."
Our frog was definitely boiled. At which point did we let it become normal that we would need extensions to remove trackers, advertising, annoyances or extensions to add accessibilities, archiving or organizing?