Saturday, December 18, 2021

5 Blogging Tips for Off-Road Enthusiasts


Robot fish scare off invasive species in Australian waters, study finds

Klaxon  – Get emailed when a website changes

“Built and refined in the newsroom of The Marshall ProjectKlaxon has provided our journalists with many news tips, giving us early warnings and valuable time to pursue stories. Klaxon has been used and tested by journalists at The Marshall Project, The New York Times, the Texas Tribune, the Associated Press and elsewhere. The public release of this free and open source software was supported by Knight-Mozilla OpenNewsHow Does Klaxon Work? Klaxon enables users to “bookmark” portions of a webpage and be notified (via email, Slack, or Discord) of any changes that may occur to those sections. Learn more about bookmarklets on the pageSetting up your Klaxon – Klaxon is open source software built in the newsroom of The Marshall Project, a nonprofit investigative news organization covering the American criminal justice system. It was created by a team of three—Ivar Vong, Andy Rossback and Tom Meagher—and it is subject to the kind of shortcomings any young, small side project might encounter. It may break unexpectedly. It may miss a change in a website, or an email might not fire off correctly. Still, we’ve found it immensely useful in our daily reporting. We want other journalists to benefit from Klaxon and to help us improve it, but keep these caveats in mind and use it at your own risk. Our team will keep hacking on Klaxon in spare moments, and we plan to keep it humming for our own use. But we think this project has the potential to help just about any newsroom. For it to succeed and to evolve, it will depend on the contributions from other journalist-developers. We are excited about the prospect of building a community around this project to help maintain it. So when you spot the inevitable bug, please let us know. And if you’d like to help us make this better, or add new functionality to it, we’d love to have your help…”

Israel’s NSO Group considering sale or shutdown of Pegasus unit Financial Times 

Ukraine Arrests 51 For Selling Data of 300 Million People In US, EU Bleeping Computer

Bell Pepper Time Lapse: From Seed to Fruit in 115 Days

5 Blogging Tips for Off-Road Enthusiasts

  1. Life, by Carlos Mariscal.
  2. Aristotle’s Aesthetics, by Pierre Destrée.
  3. Alonzo Church, by Harry Deutsch and Oliver Marshall.


  1. The Distinction Between Innate and Acquired Characteristics, by Paul Griffiths and Stefan Linquist.
  2. Collingwood’s Aesthetics, by Gary Kemp.
  3. Johannes Sharpe, by Alessandro Conti.
  4. Medieval Theories of Analogy, by E. Jennifer Ashworth and Domenic D’Ettore.
  5. Environmental Ethics, by Andrew Brennan and Norva Y. S. Lo.
  6. Galen, by P. N. Singer.

IEP      ∅        

NDPR      ∅     

1000-Word Philosophy     

  1. Modal Ontological Arguments for the Existence of God, by Thomas Metcalf.   

Project Vox      ∅  

Recent Philosophy Book Reviews in Non-Academic Media     

  1. Drawing The Line: What to Do with the Work of Immoral Artists from Museums to the Movies by Erich Hatala Matthes is reviewed by Barton Swaim at the Wall Street Journal (may be paywalled).
  2. Artful Truths: The Philosophy of Memoir by Helena de Bres is reviewed by Tom Whyman at the Times Literary Supplement (may be paywalled).

Compiled by Michael Glawson

BONUS: Reconciling ideal and non-ideal theory