Looking forward to the BioHackathon next week

hi folk... is there a way to list all new wikidata entries I made of a certain P31? I want to learn how many chemical compounds I have added over the past few years

ok... feels a bit like having to reinstall Windows...bc of a bootloop, I had to reset my Android phone... everything lost :(

too nervous for an upcoming trip to be productive... well, or be able to do anything at all... darn... I haven't been this stressed and nervous in a long time :(

just noticed that the BibTeX export of Zotero has more issues than just the inconvenient lack of multiline formatting ... "et al" in the list of authors??? ::(:

Linus Torvalds introspection(!) + Show more

- a microSD card weighs somewhere around 0.4g
- the highest capacity microSD that's easily available is 256GB
- a trebuchet can throw a 90kg projectile over 300m

90kg worth of microSD cards is 225,000 of them

Therefore a trebuchet can throw 57.6PB of data over 300m

This would have the highest throughput of any telecommunications network ever created

and the fixing just continues :)

Hey, I might even manage that long awaited version 5 of the ontology :)

blah... was struggling with the ENM ontology for too long this morning... semanticscience.org was down... does not happen often, but turned on GitHub Pages now, and use that for ontology IRIs and for owl:import's...

really happy to sit down with Nina today and hack on their AMBIT software... we used this in the eNanoMapper project, and will be using it in NanoCommons...

Practically, we're working on loading NanoWiki 5 (see Figshare), maybe some nanomedicine data, some ontology work (see github.com/enanomapper/ontolog), and after lunch on (bio)schemas.org annotation

until an hour ago, I thought my day could not get any worse... oh boy, was I wrong ...

e.g. I would love to know if I could fit a (machine readable) nanopublication in one toot...

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