Dear Prof. & CS Chair Aiken (Alex) and Prof. Emeritus Knuth (Don) who's email I don't have,
With regard to the WUaS web platform development questions In Google Sites, I've now successfully created 4 web pages, but the 3 new ones aren't working publicly yet. I'm writing to ask for some help in figuring out how to make these, and this whole system and platform, work please.
This World Univ & Sch Home page is working in Sites:
501 c 3 non-profit World University and School wing -
https://sites.google.com/view/worlduniversityandschool ... (http://worlduniversityandschool.org)
but these new WUaS Corp pages aren't:
for-profit general stock company WUaS Press / Corp -
Press: https://www.worlduniversityandschool.org/academicpressatworlduniversityandschool ... (http://worlduniversityandschool.org/AcademicPress.html)
Book: https://www.worlduniversityandschool.org/haikuish-poetry ... (http://www.scottmacleod.com/HaikuishPoetryBook.html)
Book: https://www.worlduniversityandschool.org/naked-harbin-ethnography ... (http://www.scottmacleod.com/ActualVirtualHarbinBook.html)
The latter three are all on the B) WUaS Press / Corp for-profit general stock company wing, and I could make these two books available in PDF format for sale immediately, if I get the payment system working (planned from all ~200 countries). And these web pages on the B) WUaS Co wing should eventually feed into a publicly traded stock price, after this wing goes public with an IPO.
Please remember that both A) and B) are separate legal entities in the state of California, and it's important for them to remain separate platform-wise I think (so the above new Press and Books' web pages could be considered mockups).
And WUaS already has Intuit Quickbooks for non-profits in the cloud - which correlates to non-profit A) ... but can't work with for-profit B.
So one further question I have is A) how to develop each of these WUaS wiki subject pages - https://wiki.worlduniversityandschool.org/wiki/Subjects - in an HTML editor, and B) especially as a SUBJECT TEMPLATE in Miraheze Mediawiki re this SUBJECT TEMPLATE - https://wiki.worlduniversityandschool.org/wiki/SUBJECT_TEMPLATE (so turning this into a template accessing 300 languages eventually) - so that its sections (in each of ~300 languages) can interoperate with WIKIDATA / WIKIBASE - https://www.wikidata.org/wiki/Wikidata:Wikibase - in 300 languages (MediaWiki and Wikidata/Wikibase are Wikipedia technologies too. FYI, WUaS donated ourselves to Wikidata in 2015 for co-development, and got Miraheze Mediawiki as a new wiki in 2017 as a consequence). I'd also like to learn how to work with the sidebar in Miraheze Mediawiki, perhaps with this specific page as an example - https://wiki.worlduniversityandschool.org/wiki/Wikidata_databases_and_ecosystems - but with all ~725 WUaS wiki pages.
WUaS seeks to become the Harvard / Stanford / MIT / Oxbridge of the Internet in all ~200 countries' official languages for the degrees I've mentioned before, and wiki schools for open teaching and learning in all ~7097 living languages. MediaWiki with Wikidata / Wikibase in ~300 languages is a start. Eventually WUaS students will be able to add to all of these in this manner - https://twitter.com/Wikimedia/status/1062417367261741057.
European herring gull: Stanford Petr Pridal Talk "Old Maps Online GIS and Cutting-Edge Technology," Film/video CONVERSION APPLICATION/PROGRAM into 3D interactive virtual world with avatar bots, And in what ways will people be able to wear dreadlock brain wave headsets, in the warm pool in a Watsu session (water shiatsu) for learning about the brain chemistry of water dance, enjoyment and healing at the neuronal and atomic levels, for example? Some related Actual>Virtual and Virtual>Actual recent @HarbinBook and @WorldUnivAndSch Tweets, Developing a research group in these regards as well perhaps with Stanford / MIT Media Lab students in a anthropological course I plan to teach re actual virtual Harbin, Asked the great computer scientist Stanford Don Knuth how to mathematize the making of a realistic virtual Harbin Hot Springs / earth / universe in terms of the "tight paving" example he talked about, A photo of Don Knuth and I (Scott MacLeod) with a picture of a lotus from this spring
Birth: Stanford Computer Science Professor great, Don Knuth on faith / religion, I see his thinking as emerging from the 1960s - and HIPPIE THINKING - and Stanford forward to the present, "Known as the Father of Algorithms," Navigating the challenges of what might have emerged emotionally in the context of Stanford out of the 1960s - and with his Lutheran religious beliefs, Don mentions explicitly his loving, caring family and Lutheran schools (in which his father was a teacher) which nurtured him ... and which seem to have informed his teaching at Stanford, ... Donald Knuth - My advice to young people (93/97), Stanford University's Computer Science Professor Don Knuth's G+ profile page with videos
African flower mantis: Romania WUaS A) @WorldUnivAndSch B) @WUaSPress, Online culture at WUaS? - ie. to become world class - I think one of former chair of Stanford CS Nils Nilsson's points is that Stanford CS ADAPTED to what students wanted/what kept their interest, whereas MIT, for example, might not have (see his transcribed text in my blog post), It's a kind of excellence, smart empathy and connecting academically
Pan: Grateful Dead walking tour, Was at Stanford yesterday wondering about where the Grateful Dead had hung out in Palo Alto in the '60s and '70s, Found these great web pages, with street addresses, Wondering how I could create a Google Maps' walking tour, and think it would be easy * * * Upcoming book projects . . . Comparing the STEM ethos of Stanford with MIT's, "Creating World-Class Computer Science at Stanford: 60 Years of Innovation", Stanford ceili and African languages' events, Most interested in the WONDER in these Stanford / MIT STEM ethos(es) of innovation, Hacking even re Pekka Himanen's book "The Hacker Ethic and the Spirit of the Information Age," He referred to people who did their work because of intrinsic interest, excitement, and joy, The mind-turning aspects of this idea generation
Solution – shortest distance to the center,
is how his talk began,
and he turns this into
math and computer science thinking
Symposium on Blockchain for Robotic Systems
At the ~2:37:00 minute mark ...
11:30 - 12:00 - Alexander Kapitonov
Thank you PROF. ALEXANDER KAPITONOV for your MIT talk https://t.co/VJm8LVdtVR (Prof at ITMO Univ in Robotics https://t.co/Mn0rkpCTHV) https://t.co/a53n3kl75l & https://t.co/a2Dl4sKp5l in https://t.co/LRKdU7cdv4 > #RealisticVirtualEarth ~@neha ~ #RealisticVirtualEarthForRobotics ~— WorldUnivandSch (@WorldUnivAndSch) December 5, 2018
At the ~3:59:00 minute mark ...
1:00 - 1:15 - Sara Falcone & John Zhang
Blockchain-based Protocol for Embedded Systems
With MIT's Sara Falcone's physical robots & lattice at ~3:59:00 https://youtu.be/OcSYWWuO6rU how could we begin to develop Lego #ActualVirtual #PhysicalDigital Home Robotics with Lego Mindstorms EV3 & WeDo 2.0 like https://twitter.com/LEGO_Education/status/1070424412246032384 in #RealisticVirtualEarth esp for BLOCKCHAIN?
With MIT's Sara Falcone's physical robots & lattice at ~3:59:00 https://t.co/34Z8l360ng how could we begin to develop Lego #ActualVirtual #PhysicalDigital Home Robotics with Lego Mindstorms EV3 & WeDo 2.0 like https://t.co/GrwAKlmrYw in #RealisticVirtualEarth esp for BLOCKCHAIN?— WorldUnivandSch (@WorldUnivAndSch) December 6, 2018
With these simple physical robots, and lattice structure, that Sara shows at ~3:59:00 https://youtu.be/OcSYWWuO6rU how could we begin to develop Lego Robotics from home - both actually and virtually, physically and digitally - with Lego Mindstorms EV3 and WeDo 2.0, an in a realistic virtual earth for Lego - and especially for BLOCKCHAIN?
With the physical robots & lattice MIT's Sara Falcone shows at ~3:59:00 https://youtu.be/OcSYWWuO6rU how could we begin to develop Lego #ActualVirtual #PhysicalDigital Home Robotics with Lego Mindstorms EV3 & WeDo 2.0 & in a #RealisticVirtualEarthForLego - especially for BLOCKCHAIN?
With the physical robots & lattice MIT's Sara Falcone shows at ~3:59:00 https://t.co/34Z8l360ng how could we begin to develop Lego #ActualVirtual #PhysicalDigital Home Robotics with Lego Mindstorms EV3 & WeDo 2.0 & in a #RealisticVirtualEarthForLego - especially for BLOCKCHAIN?— WorldUnivandSch (@WorldUnivAndSch) December 6, 2018
Looking to engage your students with stories they love? @bethechnge, a #LEGOmastereducator, created a #STEM activity with #WeDo2 inspired by Frozen. Anna wants to surprise Elsa with a new, fast way to get around the snowy countryside. Help Anna build & code a snowmobile! pic.twitter.com/vZjwHv8cwo— LEGO Education (@LEGO_Education) December 5, 2018
At the ~ 4:12:00 minute mark ...
1:15 - 1:30 - Renita Murimi
A Blockchain-enhanced framework for social networking sites
Thank you Renita Murimi for your MIT talk - 'A Blockchain-enhanced framework for social networking sites.' I really enjoyed your presentation, work and thinking. Hope to communicate further about this. Best regards, Scott https://wiki.worlduniversityandschoool.org scottmacleod.com @WorldUnivAndSch ~
Thank you @renitamurimi for your remarkable MIT 'A Blockchain-enhanced framework for social networking sites' https://www.media.mit.edu/events/symposium-on-blockchain-for-robotics/ - http://www.blockchainrobotics.org/ To https://wiki.worlduniversityandschool.org/wiki/Robotics & https://wiki.worlduniversityandschool.org/wiki/Networks_-_Technical & in https://wiki.worlduniversityandschool.org/wiki/Nation_States > #RealisticVirtualEarth ~ @neha ~
Thank you @renitamurimi for your remarkable MIT 'A Blockchain-enhanced framework for social networking sites' https://t.co/VJm8LVdtVR - https://t.co/Mn0rkpCTHV To https://t.co/a53n3kl75l & https://t.co/3672ZSieXD & in https://t.co/LRKdU7cdv4 > #RealisticVirtualEarth ~ @neha ~— WorldUnivandSch (@WorldUnivAndSch) December 5, 2018
At the ~ 4:40:00 minute mark ...
Thank you too Aswin Karthik Ramachandran Venkatapathy https://twitter.com/akrv1 for your great ‘Decentralized Context Broker using Byzantine Fault Tolerant Consensus’ presentation. Hope to communicate further about this too.
Thank you Aswin Karthik Ramachandran Venkatapathy https://twitter.com/akrv1 for your great MIT ‘Decentralized Context Broker using Byzantine Fault Tolerant Consensus’ talk https://www.media.mit.edu/events/symposium-on-blockchain-for-robotics/ - http://www.blockchainrobotics.org/ > https://wiki.worlduniversityandschool.org/wiki/Robotics #RealisticVirtualEarthForRobotics~
Thank you Aswin Karthik Ramachandran Venkatapathy https://t.co/PzgQTqERlE for your great MIT ‘Decentralized Context Broker using Byzantine Fault Tolerant Consensus’ talk https://t.co/VJm8LVdtVR - https://t.co/Mn0rkpCTHV > https://t.co/a53n3kl75l #RealisticVirtualEarthForRobotics~— WorldUnivandSch (@WorldUnivAndSch) December 5, 2018
Rose ringed parakeet: Stanford Annual Christmas Lecture - "Dancing Links--Donald Knuth's~" Stanford Dear Prof Aiken, Prof Emeritus Knuth, Stanford President Emeritus Hennessy, Prof Harrington MD ... * * * MIT "Symposium on Blockchain for Robotic Systems" https://scott-macleod.blogspot.com/2018/12/rose-ringed-parakeet-stanford-annual.html ~
Rose ringed parakeet: Stanford Annual Christmas Lecture - "Dancing Links--Donald Knuth's~" Stanford Dear Prof Aiken, Prof Emeritus Knuth, Stanford President Emeritus Hennessy, Prof Harrington MD ... * * * MIT "Symposium on Blockchain for Robotic Systems" https://t.co/a1x2VbwmoB ~— WUaSPress (@WUaSPress) December 6, 2018