Beyond Seven Review No. 76

Posted on Wed 11 August 2021 in Beyond Seven Review

Counterantidisintermediation ๐ŸŒ”

Data analysis and Bayesian statistics โšฝ

Free/libre and open-source software ๐ŸŒบ

Information and Geisteswissenschaften ๐Ÿบ

  • The Fake News Crisis That Wasn't
    "Bob speaks with Brendan Nyhan, government professor at Dartmouth College, about his latest study, Selective Exposure to Misinformation: Evidence from the consumption of fake news during the 2016 U.S. presidential campaign. Nyhan, along with scholars Andrew Guess and Jason Reifler, found that the echo chambers we feared were actually narrower, albeit deeper, than previously assumed."

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English vocative pronouns

On my to-blog list since last month: You are not a horse. You are not a cow. Seriously, y'all. Stop it. โ€” U.S. FDA (@US_FDA) August 21, 2021 Since this is Language Log and not Politicized Drug Efficacy Evaluation Log, the pointโ€ฆ

via Language Log September 14, 2021
Can Atom replace oXygen?

Virtually anyone working with XML files in the context of the Digital Humanities, and especially in the context of scholarly digital editing, knows the oXygen XML editor. It is mature and packed with useful features, and yet every new version brings even โ€ฆ

via The Dragonfly's Gaze March 28, 2020
CLear 2022: Call for Papers

Attention conservation notice: An invitation to put a lot of effort into writing about a recondite academic topic, only to have it misunderstood by anonymous strangers. Having agreed to be an area chair (area TBD), I ought to publicize the call for papers for theโ€ฆ

via Three-Toed Sloth January 1, 0001

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