What if the content/facts of all wikipedia articles were semantically linked by a prediction modeling application?
Of course all of this linking would need to be done by the community. But I have a great deal of faith in the wikipedia community.
All that really needs to happen is for links in sentences that contain dates like “2054” or “June 11” or “05, 21, 1976″ to be declared as being a prediction, fact, speculation (or other specs) Etc (for now, via a rel=”prediction” or time=”Etc” type of thing) (I think it would have to work along with/within human language syntax for now, because I doubt people want to qualify every word they write with semantic markup, but to require lines that contain a date to have some rules isn’t too crazy)
Another piece is needed to tie in the actual information, but it could just be a link to the actual article in which it appears, which isn’t necessary because that’s where it’s coming from. It’s a start.
In other words, “Show me predictions for 2054 based on wikipedia info” could give you articles that contain predictions for 2054. And you can easily get to those articles from the results. Not as granular as “linked data” should be, but right now, the web is basically all about making it easier to look at selfies and bad journalism.
I think this could have a lot of research power.
OK so I found myself watching this ad for “keybiotics” which was at the beginning of a youtube vid I was about to watch.
It’s done in a painfully slow pitch format that has to do with a conspiracy theory Etc.
But I actually believe most of what the video says. According to the research I’ve done, the FDA has done some pretty shady things in recent/living history.
And as far as I’m concerned, microbial imbalance is often a plausible cause for many, MANY symptoms.
Some other stuff: As far as I know, most GI tract microbes cannot be reintroduced thru a supplement… I think I heard somewhere that there are at least 200-300 distinct organisms that we need to to have thriving in out intestines… Most of the probiotic supplements or foods out there can only claim to provide a few.
There is work being done on microbial transplants or ‘trans-pooh-sions,’ as one of the guys at Radiolab called it. Haha.
Anyway, this is totally legitimate science (not the video, the whole idea of microbes being a crucial part of humans). I suspect it’s highly under-appreciated. I suspect it’s going to become mainstream.
Here’s the video, but just so you know, I’m not buying their product. I am buying a similar product for less money on amazon.
Been frustrated that Propellerhead Reason’s Meters and Faders do not use the standard dB measurement. Instead the faders are just 0-127 (likely an artifact of MIDI), and the meters are just color-coded.
The following is something I found here after some digging. It wasn’t easy to find so I’m re-posting it here. This is plagiarism. But I’m stealing bread to feed you hungry fellow frustrated and confused music producers out there.
I haven’t completely fact-checked this. I’ll update in the next few weeks if I find this info to be inaccurate.
WARNING: too much information mode = ON
(do I have a lot of time on my hands or what?!?)
Mixer Faders (and Master Fader) are Unity at 100 (or -7dB from clipping)
Mixer Fader (1-127) levels to dB:
127 = 0dB
123 = -1dB
119 = -2dB
115 = -3dB
111 = -4dB
106 = -5dB
104 = -6dB
100 = -7dB
97 = -8dB
93 = -9dB
83 = -12dB
72 = -15dB
64 = -18dB
What’s weird is that the NN-19 sampler levels don’t match these. They are:
127 = 0dB
123 = -3dB
112 = -6dB
100 = -9dB
Mixer Sends are Unity at:
Mono send = 79
Stereo send = 100
(since sereo aux sends follow channel panning, when panned hard left or right unity is at a send level of 79)
Mixer Meters: (from top to bottom)
(all levels rounded to nearest 0.5dB)
Top ‘LED’ (orange) = -1dB
2nd (orange) = -3.5dB
3rd (orange) = -6.0dB
4th (orange) = -8.5dB
5th (yellow) = -10.5dB
6th (yellow) = -13.0dB
7th (yellow) = -15.5dB
8th (yellow) = -17.5dB
9th (green) = -20.0dB
10th (green) = -22.5dB
11th (green) = -25.0dB
12th (green) = -27.3dB
13th (green) = -29.5dB
14th (green) = -32.0dB
15th (green) = -34.5dB
16th (green) = -36.5dB
17th (green) = -38.5dB
18th (green) = -41.5dB
19th (green) = -44.0dB
20th (green) = -45.5dB