Posts Tagged ‘fromchat’

5 Best Running Shoes For Overweight Runners (Road Running & Trail)

July 2, 2022
offers padding on feet to cut knee injuries

Research Areas | Onnela Lab | Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health

April 27, 2022
digital phenotyping

Semantic Scholar | AI-Powered Research Tool

March 1, 2022

Is Roam Research the Next Big Tool!? | by Francesco D’Alessio | Medium

September 5, 2021

Easy Science Experiments from Steve Spangler

July 18, 2021

macos – How can I convert .ichat logs to text files? – Ask Different

June 3, 2020

For reference, these are the conversation files located in

$ file transcript.ichat
transcript.ichat: Apple binary property list

$ plutil -convert xml1 transcript.ichat

Lookup Mac Specs By Serial Number, Order, Model & EMC Number, Model ID @

June 3, 2020

Was E-mail a Mistake?

November 17, 2019

Was E-mail a Mistake?… Describes the benefits of synchronous over asynchronous interactions, in both machine & social settings. Meetings & calls can actually be more efficient than endless messaging!

“We can acknowledge, with the benefit of hindsight, the reasonableness of the hypothesis that asynchrony in the office would increase productivity. We can also admit that this hypothesis has been largely refuted by experience. To use the terminology of computer science, it turned out that the distributed systems that resulted when we shifted toward asynchronous communication were soon overwhelmed by the increasing complexity induced by asynchrony. We must, therefore, develop better systems—ones that will almost certainly involve less ad-hoc messaging and more real-time coördination.

From this perspective, our moment in workplace history looks rather different. The era that will mystify our grandkids is ours—a period when, caught up in the promise of asynchronicity, we frantically checked our in-boxes every few minutes, exhausted by the deluge of complex and ambiguous messages, while applauding ourselves for eliminating the need to speak face to face.”

Was E-mail a Mistake?

Wellcome Collection | The free museum and library for the incurably curious

October 27, 2019

Spirit Of Alan Turing Haunts Paddington Bridge | Londonist

October 27, 2019