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  • Well, that actually did work out.
  • Digital Lifeboat
  • What’s a Smart Watch good for?
  • Thank you (you know who you are)
  • Impressive view on Virtual Reality (VR) from almost three decades ago
  • What is an hour of your life actually worth?
  • Turning mp3s into Podcast Episodes for iOS/iPhone/Apple iTunes
  • Finding out what you really want
  • Blockchain Explained (German Video)
  • How NOT to tell stories
  • Foot Hammock for one’s Desk
  • Light from above equals Hitler Beard
  • B…b…beautiful music: Soundtrack to “Attack on Titan”
  • Great book about doing statistics with R
  • Recommendation: Uncle Tom
  • Presentation: Persuasive Technology (and Gamification and Nudging) in the Context of Climate Change Apps (or rather: ecologically friendly behavior) [in German]
  • Method to Make Sense of Your Data: Build the Wall
  • Notability iPad Battery Drainage
  • New Standing Desk Setup: Mod #1
  • New Standing Desk Setup
  • Painting: It does’t have to start perfect
  • Standards
  • Citing R and RStudio
  • Microsoft Word Advanced Search and Replace
  • Tests, Exams, and the correlation between them
  • Recommendation: Graham’s The Four Quadrants of Conformism
  • Recommendation: When Wokes and Racists Actually Agree on Everything
  • The Mind Parasite has Arrived in the German Student Population
  • That Ballmer Peak
  • Blast from the Past #4: The Girl Who Played with the Wolves
  • Blast from the Past #3 – A Book of Life
  • Blast from the Past #2 – Ainran
  • Blast from the Past #1 – The Last Book
  • Reading Books with Notability and GoodReader
  • Ditch the Man Cave, Bring Back the Study
  • Remote Usability Testing on Mobiles with WebEx Meetings
  • Supervising Written Exams with Classical Music
  • How the Internet Times Have Changed
  • Youth has its function
  • A different view on Black America: Larry Elder
  • Trump’s Mount Rushmore speech
  • Take Care of Your Education – Heinlein’s “Have Spacesuit, Will Travel”
  • Obedience, for obedience’s sake
  • Your Past, Present and Future Selves — do you like these guys?
  • Getting the Right Design before Getting the Design Right
  • OmniFocus and iCal for Realistic Tasks-for-Today Planning
  • Thesis Template – Media and Computer Science – Medieninformatik [German Template]
  • Viewpoint Diversity in Psychology
  • Real Time Virtual Reality Travel (VR plus 360° Camera-Pole)
  • Checking all the Boxes: Battleship (addendum)
  • Writing a Synopsis for a Bachelor, Master or PhD Thesis in Media and Computer Science
  • Finding a Bachelor, Master and perhaps even PhD thesis Topic in Media and Computer Science
  • Things Filter
  • People Filter
  • How did this series get so dark so soon?
  • You show me yours, I’ll show you mine
  • Danegeld (paid to outrage mobs by academic institutions)
  • Recommendation: Gad Saad on “Racism in Academia? My Reply to the Editor of Science” (THE SAAD TRUTH_ 1075)
  • Perspectives on Smoking (pipe)
  • Speaker for the Dead
  • Science and the Hard Sciences
  • Corona: Let a hundred flowers bloom …
  • Movie Recommendation: Battleship
  • Psychology in a Crisis (and check the sources)
  • Lawful and Evil
  • Sorcerers vs Wizards
  • Recommendation: YAF SUPERCUT: Best of Ronald Reagan
  • Quickly Downloading YouTube Videos via a JavaScript Bookmark
  • Having too few and too structured options in a Game
  • Loving to Solve Problems — like a Cat seeing a Ball of Wool
  • Dark Patterns: Cookies
  • Human-centered Design: Seeing what’s missing
  • What’s going on with Corona?
  • Taste and Burials
  • A Life Not Written Down
  • ICU’s
  • Needed Rule for Symposia: The Time-Keeper Speaks Last (and has only the remaining time)
  • Ethics between Medicine, Psychology, and Media and Computer Science
  • Paying attention to a current crisis to learn for the future
  • What do you want your children to receive? At least the same — or more?
  • Impotent Project Partners
  • Ethics and User Centered Design / User Experience
  • The Problem of Thinking Outside the Box
  • Exponential Growth, Time-Delayed Reactions, and other problems of human cognition
  • Apple’s Quality Program E1 — Exchange and Repair Extension Program
  • Don’t use shitty tools.
  • Science and “The Good Cause”
  • Great Packaging
  • Cheating in Computer Games
  • Visions of the Future
  • Recommendation: 9 Chickweed Lane Comic Strip
  • Downloading Comic Strips
  • Consensus in Science
  • Recommendation (as a time sink): The Outer Worlds
  • The Problem with Functional Fixedness in Creativity
  • First Impression of Apple’s Watch Series 5
  • Recommendation: The Art of Manliness Podcast
  • Software change infos/version history based on user behavior
  • What’s in a name?
  • Recommendation: Steven Pinker: “An Unnecessary Defense of Reason and a Necessary Defense of the University’s Role in Advancing It”
  • Climate Change Activism
  • Call of Cthulhu Character Sheet Passport (PDF)
  • Why not treat a learning AI like you would treat a dog?
  • False Dichotomies (Presentation Slides, German)
  • Don’t let customer support try to justify design decisions
  • Weight Hacking Part IV – The Long View
  • DEVONthink 3 — Where the heck is DEVONthink going?
  • Looking at a Shadowrun Future — By political parties delegating censorship powers to corporations
  • How about a few mirror neurons for AIs/neural networks?
  • DEVONthink and iOS Disk Space
  • Wall Board (to get an overview of/plan projects and tasks)
  • Idealistic Youth and (Social) Power
  • Why Creativity is Incompatible with Collectivism/Socialism
  • The Right Kind of Wrong. Or: Using bad practice just because it’s industry standard.
  • The best predictor for future behavior is past behavior. — Or: What I wouldn’t give for a good Learning Analytics System
  • Should AI be explainable or should it just evaluate its predictions?
  • Grading Paper Exams with an iPad
  • Comic Recommendation: Hack/Slash
  • Gab seems to be running nicely now
  • Stupid Software: Excel
  • Oxford Unions Debate about No Platforming
  • Affinity Publisher is available
  • Legal Side Effects of Logging User Behavior (esp. when driving)
  • The Lure of the Screen in App Development
  • Making the Use of Access Cards less sucky
  • Regulating citizens to the mean (with an SD of 0)
  • Necrophilic Teaching
  • Knight Forks
  • Beautiful graphic novel by Scott McCloud: «The Sculptor»
  • Kanboard and DEVONthink
  • Watching a Master paint
  • Gab.ai releases Dissenter — A tool to free comments on the Internet
  • Great Introduction to R (esp when you come from SPSS or the like)
  • Recommendation: The Rubin Report (esp. Dr. Everett Piper Interview)
  • A shout-out to a great App: Post-it(R) Plus
  • Mixed Media
  • There (likely) is no single best reading position
  • Maladaptive Communication with Masks
  • Fasting to Feasting
  • A Warning of Patreon
  • Comfortable Reading Position
  • Keynote Recipe Book Sample Page
  • Good academic advisors
  • Call of Cthulhu Character Sheet Passport (Update)
  • Weight Hacking Part III – Pattern Matching
  • The pathology of ideological possession
  • Call of Cthulhu Character Sheet Passport
  • A shout-out to “Lederkram.de”
  • Introduction to R presentation (German)
  • Recommendation: “The Orville”
  • Weight Hacking Part II
  • Recommendation: «The Fountainhead» by Ayn Rand
  • Day of Rest
  • Papers in Night Mode
  • Semi-intelligent Cookbooks with Numbers and Keynote
  • Don’t underestimate Ducks
  • Mudder’s Milk Variation (Firefly)
  • An attempt at more-or-less creatively hacking diets
  • The Gwen Novak Method of «Work eMail Interruption Free» Vacation
  • iPad Coloring Book
  • Incredible Poem (Text and Video): «The Hangman» by Maurice Ogden
  • Hey, a good TEDtalk — The art of innovation by Guy Kawasaki
  • Digital Bullet Journal (iPad Pro, GoodNotes)
  • Digital Night Journal (iPad Pro, GoodNotes)
  • Mac: Using file icons to facilitate quick access to folders via the Dock
  • R Stats results with a bit more annotation
  • Milkshakes, yeah!
  • Desk Side Table
  • Recommendation: Political correctness: A force for good? A Munk Debate
  • Configuring Scrivener (Make Scrivener grey — and get that icon back)
  • Sharing Microsoft Office Data — What about ‘None of the Above’?
  • Really Bad Food
  • LifeLogging and R
  • In Gamification, Points aren’t the Point
  • Levers in Gamification
  • Ah, Backups …
  • Academic Writing: Seeing the whole text at once
  • Motivation in Gamification: You have to get the motor started first
  • Things that work very well with R: short scale (or: Fishfood ;-))
  • Jonathan Haidt on Institutionalized Disconfirmation in Universities
  • Withheld Twitter Accounts
  • Bed Light Lantern
  • Learning R during your PhD
  • Mac: Combining Images to a PDF
  • «What is Viewpoint Diversity?» by Heterodox Academy
  • Recommendation: «Blood Stain» by Linda Sejic
  • Assisting Students with Data Analysis
  • A short shout-out to R
  • User Centered Design — Don’t Ignore or Believe, but be the Midwife or the one who does some Artificial Insemination
  • What makes a good outliner?
  • A (down-voted) comment on dealing with troublesome social situations
  • Yet another Bento Update
  • Dystopian Story and Movie Recommendation: “Harrison Bergeron” and “2081”
  • Reading PDFs by Making Margin Notes
  • Getting interviewed by a hostile news person as an Academic: A best practice example
  • That time of giving …
  • OmniOutliner — Auto-Fill Source Column with Filename (without extension) incl Confirmation Dialog
  • Making sense of the stuff you have collected during the initial stages of your PhD thesis
  • Learning Analytics, Ethics, and Dutch Uncles
  • Quickly opening a your idea collection text file on the Mac via Apple Script
  • eop