2022-11-22 #siteoftheday
2022-11-12
After shocking the #mathematics community with a major result in 2013, Yitang Zhang now says he has solved an analogue of the celebrated Riemann hypothesis.
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2022-10-13
Our mission is to be a catalyst for building #community, inspiring readers, and expanding #book access for all through a global network of volunteer-led Little Free Libraries.
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2022-10-1 #wikiarticle
2022-10-1
The open-source, #community-led, end-to-end #publishing #platform for #knowledge communities.
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2022-9-26
serves the MIT School of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences as an incubator for collaborative research and teaching initiatives that are vital to the school. We are a vibrant #community developing #digital #tools and computational methods to enrich the humanities, arts, and social sciences.
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2022-9-25
This project aims to contribute to the preservation and libration of human knowledge. We make our small and humble contribution, in the footsteps of the greats before us.
The focus of this project is illustrated by its name:
Pirate - We deliberately violate the copyright law in most countries. This allows us to do something that legal entities cannot do: making sure books are mirrored far and wide.
Library - Like most libraries, we focus primarily on written materials like #books. We might expand into other types of #media in the future.
Mirror - We are strictly a mirror of existing libraries. We focus on preservation, not on making books easily searchable and downloadable (access) or fostering a big community of people who contribute new books (sourcing).
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2022-9-17
is a community for people who like to make things. Come explore, share, and make your next project with us!
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2022-9-14
is a #community dedicated to generating accurate predictions about #future real-world events by aggregating the collective wisdom, insight, and intelligence of its participants.
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2022-8-27
The Rashidun Caliphs (Arabic: الخلفاء الراشدون, romanized: al-Khulafāʾ al-Rāshidūn, lit. 'Rightly Guided Caliphs'), often simply called the Rashidun, are the first four caliphs (lit.: 'successors') who led the Muslim community following the death of the Islamic prophet Muhammad: Abu Bakr (r. 632–634), Umar (r. 634–644), Uthman (r. 644–656), and Ali (r. 656–661).
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2022-8-15 #siteoftheday
2022-8-10
The community for those who believe that a free #society is worth fighting for.
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