1. Exquisite Tweets from @grapealope, @arielwaldman, @kvanscha, @drkkolmes, @physicsdavid, @BasilLeaf, @seanness, @chrismentzel, @iftf, @Neurostradamus, @byjacobward, @SashaLaundy, @LizNeeley, @k8ethics, @LynJ, @erigentry, @literatilisa4, @timohannay, @Fee501st, @genejm29, @mgorbis, @michael_nielsen, @PatrikD, @shwu

    arielwaldmanCollected by arielwaldman

    Will be the weekend of unconferences... also looking forward to Open Science FOFcamp #osfof on Sunday!

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    grapealope

    Rachel Kalmar

  2. All ready to kick off the first Friends Of the Future Camp ( #osfof ) tomorrow. Excited! Now for a massive amount of sleep...

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    arielwaldman

    Ariel Waldman

  3. Excited for tomorrow! A day long unconference at @iftf with a bunch of smart people talking about the future of science and tech #osfof

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    kvanscha

    Karina

  4. Heading off for a day at Friends Of the Future Camp. #osfof Wondering how a psychologist will fare in a sea of scientists. :)

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    drkkolmes

    Dr. Keely Kolmes

  5. Spending today talking about the future of open science at IFTF's Open Science Friends of the Future barcamp #osfof

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    physicsdavid

    David Harris (he/him)

  6. so excited for Open Science FOFcamp today! First mission: meeting rocket builder @natronics for carpooling :D #osfof

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    BasilLeaf

    Lisa Ballard

  7. Open Science FOFcamp starts in 27 minutes! Follow #OSFOF to listen in on the happening here.

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    seanness

    Sean Ness

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  9. Looking forward to today's unconference at @iftf, Open Science FOFcamp #osfof.

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    grapealope

    Rachel Kalmar

  10. #osfof is about to start! @ Institute for the Future instagr.am/p/GcHoz

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    seanness

    Sean Ness

  11. Magnetically coupled drive for a DIY ROV #osfof flic.kr/p/9WYHZH

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    arielwaldman

    Ariel Waldman

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  13. #osfof may be he worst hashtag ever, but looking forward to some good thinking on a Sunday morning!

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    chrismentzel

    Chris Mentzel

  14. Open Science FOFcamp has started! Follow #OSFOF to listen in on the happening here.

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    iftf

    Institute For The Future

  15. Woohoo! Excited about being @iftf #OSFOF Camp. Already met lots of cool people!

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    Neurostradamus

    Jennifer Shieh

  16. Oh, #osfof = open science, friends of the future - an open science camp put on by IFTF (Institute of the Future)

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    chrismentzel

    Chris Mentzel

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    Institute For The Future

  18. An amazing cross-section of silicon valley is up at 9:30 to discuss the future of open science at @iftf. #osfof

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    byjacobward

    Jacob Ward

  19. Excited to kick off the Open Source Science unconference at Friends of the Future! Follow along with #osfof tag or @iftf

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    SashaLaundy

    Sasha Laundy

  20. Today my tweets might actually relate to my handle- foresight: thinking 5-10 yrs into the #future #OSFOF

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    Neurostradamus

    Jennifer Shieh

  21. We don't predict the future. We provide a forecast. #osfof How does open science apply to the stories you're working on?

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    drkkolmes

    Dr. Keely Kolmes

  22. Spending the day at a Future of Science conference at Institute for the Future. #OSFOF Feeling creative and excited already

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    LizNeeley

    LizNeeley

  23. Open Science FOFcamp has started! Follow #OSFOF to listen in on the happening here. Thx @iftf

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    k8ethics

    Kate Michi Ettinger

  24. What will science look like in 10 years? How might openness change the way we do things? What's next? Open-source science, DIY, ??? #osfof

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    grapealope

    Rachel Kalmar

  25. Fav 3-tag intro interest: #eudaimonia - living life in the pursuit of nonmaterial happiness #OSFOF Thanks @seanness

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    Neurostradamus

    Jennifer Shieh

  26. My three tages for #osfof ... signals (iftf.org/node/3763), eudaimonia (bit.ly/kPl3rg) & backyard farming

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    seanness

    Sean Ness

  27. Lab science is extremely expensive. Will be very interested to see how the DIY & citizen science movements deal with this. #osfof

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    grapealope

    Rachel Kalmar

  28. "If you are the smartest person in the room, you are in the wrong room." I'm definitely in the RIGHT room! #osfof

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    seanness

    Sean Ness

  29. my 3 tags for #osfof : open data, mobile computing, and national competitiveness

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    LynJ

    Lyn Jeffery

  30. My 3 tags for #osfof healthcare, privacy, ethics

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    drkkolmes

    Dr. Keely Kolmes

  31. Impressive how fast self-organizing concept clustering can work: planning sessions at #OSFOF yfrog.com/kktcbujj

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    LizNeeley

    LizNeeley

  32. We'll see! @bioCURIOUSlab MT @grapealope: Lab science is extremely expensive. Interested to see how the DIY & #citsci deal with this #osfof

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    erigentry

    Eri Gentry

  33. Clustering ideas at #osfof @ Institute for the Future instagr.am/p/GcaiU

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    seanness

    Sean Ness

  34. ack! Want to attend ALL the sessions! Too much good stuff to talk about the #future of #science #OSFOF

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    Neurostradamus

    Jennifer Shieh

  35. Session 1 for me will be Privacy. Lots of different perspectives on this topic. #osfof Organizers did great job curating topic clusters.

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    drkkolmes

    Dr. Keely Kolmes

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  37. Just clustered topic suggestions and made the schedule for the day. This will be difficult—so many interesting sessions! #osfof

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    SashaLaundy

    Sasha Laundy

  38. If we were to be telling the history of personalized health in 10 years, what would be happening? #osfof

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    grapealope

    Rachel Kalmar

    "Interesting companies are just fast." #osfof

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    grapealope

    Rachel Kalmar

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  40. "Data is just data until you actually do something with it." #osfof

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    grapealope

    Rachel Kalmar

  41. Talking about collaboration within and across disciplines, in software, science, and beyond. #osfof

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    SashaLaundy

    Sasha Laundy

  42. Daniel Kraft in #personalizedmedicine #OSFOF session: may be #HealthCurious equiv to #BioCurious. Curiosity leads to citizen medicine

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    erigentry

    Eri Gentry

  43. There's software that translates academic journal articles to 8th-grade English. Cool. #osfof

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    grapealope

    Rachel Kalmar

  44. Talking about large collaborations: the work of documenting & maintaining institutional knowledge within them is not rewarded. #OSFOF

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    LizNeeley

    LizNeeley

  45. Web 2.0 and personalized medicine allow patients to be far better informed. How do you assess credibility of information sources? #osfof

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    grapealope

    Rachel Kalmar

  46. Disparity in health #OSFOF. Planned Parenthood helps poor people. Sad/true, visitors don't seem to know what makes them get pregnant

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    erigentry

    Eri Gentry

  47. Text4baby.org connects pregnant women to health info via SMS. Nice example of making health info user-accessible. #osfof

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    grapealope

    Rachel Kalmar

  48. Discussing collaboration DRAWBACKS: losing time, focus. Lack of competition as incentive to move fast. #osfof

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    SashaLaundy

    Sasha Laundy

  49. New consumer health electronics, e.g. tweetable scales, wearable fitbits, all these things will make their way into medicine too. #osfof

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    grapealope

    Rachel Kalmar

    What are incentives for tracking health? Should healthy people track health too? How to make it easier to do? #osfof #quanitifedself

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    grapealope

    Rachel Kalmar

    Sensors in wearable computing, networked houses, etc. will be big game-changers for health tracking. #osfof

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    grapealope

    Rachel Kalmar

    New legislation gives docs rewards for keeping patients healthy. Great. #osfof

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    grapealope

    Rachel Kalmar

  50. For you data geeks out there, InfoChimps is an interesting experiment in finding, sharing & selling data. bit.ly/lhkPL0 #OSFOF

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    LizNeeley

    LizNeeley

  51. HealthBuddy: allows cardiac patients to monitor overall feeling, weight, and BP at home, to determine right level of meds. #osfof

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    grapealope

    Rachel Kalmar

  52. "What if we had a bottom up version of IMdB for people who have contributed to science?" #osfof

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    arielwaldman

    Ariel Waldman

  53. Love it. RT @arielwaldman "What if we had a bottom up version of IMdB for people who have contributed to science?" #osfof

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    grapealope

    Rachel Kalmar

  54. Awesome RT @arielwaldman: "What if we had a bottom up version of IMdB for people who have contributed to science?" #osfof

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    erigentry

    Eri Gentry

  55. .@daniel_kraft Need a "medical GPS" that knows where you are, where you were, and where you're going. #osfof

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    grapealope

    Rachel Kalmar

  56. Something #Mendeley might do? MT @arielwaldman: "What if we had a version of IMdB for people who've contributed to science?" #osfof

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    LizNeeley

    LizNeeley

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  58. "We should have speed dating for scientists to find interdisciplinary collaborators on projects" #osfof

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    arielwaldman

    Ariel Waldman

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  60. Yes! more "unconference" in sci & med -> mtgs as opp for creativity/collab RT @mfcrawford: needed = Casual Encounters for Scientists #osfof

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    k8ethics

    Kate Michi Ettinger

  61. Fun broad & stimulating convo about #future of sci #ethics But too hard to tweet & talk #OSFOF

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    Neurostradamus

    Jennifer Shieh

    At least @grapealope is doing a good job tweeting her sessions :) #OSFOF

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    Neurostradamus

    Jennifer Shieh

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  63. Self-described US Citizens care more about politics. How will we change when we call ourselves Scientists? #OSFOF

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    erigentry

    Eri Gentry

  64. At the Future of Attention session at #osfof Really interesting mix of people/ideas so far. How is the brain changing?

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    drkkolmes

    Dr. Keely Kolmes

  65. "Galaxy Zoo realized that there was a human bias for saying galaxies spiraled a certain direction even when they didn't." - #osfof

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    arielwaldman

    Ariel Waldman

  66. Why do we assume distraction is always negative? Can we learn to pair other pleasurable connections to learning to boost attention? #osfof

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    drkkolmes

    Dr. Keely Kolmes

  67. "Good #science #journalism is key for future of citizen science: both for inspiring action & in transmitting correct information." #OSFOF

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    LizNeeley

    LizNeeley

  68. Attention as currency—how do you spend it? #osfof

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    SashaLaundy

    Sasha Laundy

  69. The future of citizen science might be having more diverse positions in the scientific workplace/company (e.g. hiring designers, etc) #osfof

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    arielwaldman

    Ariel Waldman

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    Dr. Keely Kolmes

  71. More time online reduces ability to identify emotion on faces bit.ly/jC5e14 #osfof

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    SashaLaundy

    Sasha Laundy

  72. Who is going to start a #mindfulness @Twitter account to interrupt you to remind you to be mindful? #osfof #joke

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    Sasha Laundy

    Round 3: the business of science. Starting with talking about funding science in 10 years. #osfof

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    Sasha Laundy

    @friedenberg Will get back to you on that with research after this session #osfof

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    SashaLaundy

    Sasha Laundy

  73. Businesses are better at broadcasting on social media than interacting on social media. Cultural learning curve. #osfof

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    drkkolmes

    Dr. Keely Kolmes

    Should scientists have professional wills specifying plans for data after they die? Bequeath it to someone? #osfof

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    drkkolmes

    Dr. Keely Kolmes

  74. What if scientists could sign up 4a service where if they die, their scientific data they were hoarding gets auto-opened up publicly? #osfof

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    arielwaldman

    Ariel Waldman

  75. What if labs offered jobs to non-scientists? What if scientists worked at design firms? Great convo at #OSFOF w/ @shwu

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    erigentry

    Eri Gentry

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  77. Best to all at Open Science FOFcamp, taking place today at the IFTF in Palo Alto. Sad that I'm stuck in London and can't be there. #osfof

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    timohannay

    timohannay

  78. Could there be a science version of fantasy football? Follow your fave scientists and labs. #osfof

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    physicsdavid

    David Harris (he/him)

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  80. Leading an exciting session on fieldwork & technology at #OSFOF - inspired by @deepseadawn & her amazing lab: bit.ly/kz81xE

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    LizNeeley

    LizNeeley

  81. Discussing what the X PRIZE will look like in the year 2021? #osfof

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    arielwaldman

    Ariel Waldman

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  83. @arielwaldman Dont know what 2021 is, but 2099 1st FTL spacecraft, then 2110 1st to make First Contact with an alien civilization #osfof

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    Fee501st

    John 🍕🎮💻🍺

  84. YouTube shows, second by second, when people leave your videos. Could be great tool for iterating teaching explanations. #osfof

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    grapealope

    Rachel Kalmar

  85. Harder to do good science or to persuade people? #osfof

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    erigentry

    Eri Gentry

  86. 35 GB of data are uploaded to YouTube every second! #datadeluge #osfof

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    grapealope

    Rachel Kalmar

    "You have to fail your way to success." #osfof

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    grapealope

    Rachel Kalmar

  87. Closing session at @iftf for Open Science FOF Camp #osfof. Some themes: sci incentives, citizen sci, importance of storytelling w/ data.

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    grapealope

    Rachel Kalmar

    Can we crowdsource one-teacher-per-child? Scientists (e.g. me) would love to connect with students via Skype, etc. #osfof

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    grapealope

    Rachel Kalmar

    Make it easy for scientists to connect to students. 1000 Scientists is a great example - scientificamerican.com/page.cfm?secti… (write me, educators!) #osfof

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    grapealope

    Rachel Kalmar

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  89. problem in science collab in physical sciences: lack of incentives, efforts to build/improve collab infrastructure is not rewarded #osfof

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    BasilLeaf

    Lisa Ballard

  90. Thank you @arielwaldman for organizing awesome group of folks! #OSFOF

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    Neurostradamus

    Jennifer Shieh

  91. Learning this the hard way... RT @DrLucyRogers RT @grapealope
    "You have to fail your way to success." #osfof

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    genejm29

    Gene J. Mikulka

  92. Take ur non-scientist to work day MT @erigentry: What if labs offered jobs to non-scientists? #OSFOF

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    Neurostradamus

    Jennifer Shieh

  93. where might we settle in the solar system? where is most of the land --> en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:InnerSolarSystem-en.png #osfof

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    BasilLeaf

    Lisa Ballard

  94. On caltrain back to SF from #osfof. Lots of new energy and new brains to pick. A Sunday well spent.

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    SashaLaundy

    Sasha Laundy

  95. Thanks @iftf! Learned about the future of augmented reality, attention, space colonization, remotely operated submarines, etc. #osfof

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    kvanscha

    Karina

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  97. great day at @iftf #osfof! Thank you everyone!

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    mgorbis

    marina gorbis

  98. thought I would tweet more but entire day too riveting, such interesting people+topics+conversations, feel so lucky to have attended #osfof

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    BasilLeaf

    Lisa Ballard

  99. Thank you to everyone at #osfof - super looking forward to keeping in touch! Will read through all the tweets/email/wiki once I am rested!

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    arielwaldman

    Ariel Waldman

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  102. Thanks to @arielwaldman for a wonderful job organizing #osfof (Open Science FOFCamp)

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    michael_nielsen

    Michael Nielsen

  103. Depends - not all good scientist are good communicators (and vice versa!) @erigentry Harder to do good science or to persuade people? #osfof

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    PatrikD

    Patrik D'haeseleer

    Open Sci Friends of Future sounds like it was a great event - wish I'd known about it earlier. Have to look out for it next year! #osfof

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    PatrikD

    Patrik D'haeseleer

  104. Did you know ScientificAmerican's website has a Citizen Science section? Neither did I. scientificamerican.com/citizen-scienc… #osfof

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    SashaLaundy

    Sasha Laundy

  105. To view the attendees of #osfof as a group, use twitter.com/#!/physicsdavid/osfof (Let me know if I missed anybody @arielwaldman )

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    physicsdavid

    David Harris (he/him)

  106. Thanks to all for a fantastic conversation MT @physicsdavid: To view the attendees of #osfof as a group, use bit.ly/lEOFxF

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    LizNeeley

    LizNeeley

  107. Challenge in education isn't always about lack of resources, but inability to connect them. How to improve this? #osfof #singularityu

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    grapealope

    Rachel Kalmar

  108. Ditto! MT @BasilLeaf: thought I would tweet more but entire day too riveting...feel so lucky to have attended #osfof

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    Neurostradamus

    Jennifer Shieh

  109. interesting ideas from #osfof colonization session: the Moon as good place to retire: falling is not injurious, heart pumps with less effort

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    BasilLeaf

    Lisa Ballard

    Moon gravity feels nice, like you could nap comfortably, and human arm strength enough to power pair of wings, strap them on and fly! #osfof

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    BasilLeaf

    Lisa Ballard

    some arguments around physiological changes in space struck me as perhaps adaptations, only problematic when you return to Earth #osfof

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    BasilLeaf

    Lisa Ballard

  110. Fun times at #osfof camp yesterday! Met @Neurostradamus @erigentry @LizNeeley @timothyclem & more. Old faces, too. Check out the tweetstream

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    shwu

    Shirley Wu

    Takeaways from #osfof: Science is a way of thinking (so teach it that way), micro-attribution makes sense, connecting people is key

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    shwu

    Shirley Wu

  111. learned yesterday that hysteria in the streets reportedly resulting from War of the Worlds broadcast was largely mythical #osfof

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    BasilLeaf

    Lisa Ballard

    possibly newspapers felt threatened by new medium of radio, had interest in slanting as dangerous, sensationalized War of the Worlds #osfof

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    BasilLeaf

    Lisa Ballard

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  113. Still thinking of all of the questions and ideas generated by #osfof yesterday. Thank you to @arielwaldman for pulling us all together.

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    drkkolmes

    Dr. Keely Kolmes