Author: Hamad Subani

Miles Mathis on the decline of public participation in Scientific Debate in North America

In a paper first published on 13th December 2018, artist-critic Miles Mathis draws attention to early journals of the Scientific American, which featured a significantly higher level of quality when it came to discourse, and lively and genuine public participation in Scientific Debates of that time, in the form of letters to the editor (and replies to the same). What is ironic is that the Internet was supposed to contribute to the same by breaking down communication barriers. But instead we seem to have regressed. Our attention spans are now fairly limited, and our time is strictly budgeted.

A Redditor Laments on the Destruction of Reddit

A Reddit user going by the moniker aaaa222 put up an interesting post in r/conspiracy 26 days ago, on how Reddit’s culture of being a geek meritocracy was being undermined by dark forces. He claims that the post disappeared after it gained a lot of traction (and then suddenly reappeared). We are preserving his post here for the day when Reddit will be posthumously remembered as another Digg.

Continuous Ink Systems Come of Age

Continuous Ink Systems have come a far way. But they still aren’t mainstream. And they are unlikely to be, given that no inkjet printer manufacturer is willing to make a printer dedicated to a Continuous Ink System. But the niche continues to grow. Here are some tips for potential Continuous Ink System adoptees, as well existing Continuous Ink System users.