Category: Web Policies Internet Polices

Feedback to Hotjar at iopscience.iop.org Is there anything more we could do

https://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/1361-6382/ab685e Dear HotJar and IOP Readers, Your questions are too specific. I came here because of a search on Google for gravitational waves software, particularly how the signal on the two arms of each detector is extracted from the single interference strain data. Now your articles are all in text and pictures, so I have
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Trying to suggest better ways to use live webcams, Contact Form limited

WMAC Trentham Camera 1 Live Stream I came across your live webcam at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wjYnPVzwYbk Wellington Model Aeroplane Club, Radio control aircraft and multirotors (drones) at https://wmac.org.nz/ Please put a link to your organization below in the description. Also tilt the camera up and show the sky not that roof. It is OK to have tilt.
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Comment on Live YouTube video of Meteor echoes

LIVE Radio Meteor Echoes Stream from Scotland Looking at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UaNkjWkpOdE Should it say “MegaHertz”? not “Hz” Just searching for “radio meteor echoes” I see 60 MHz and 50 MHz. 3.5 MHz, 29 MHz, 1300 MHz, 1.98 MHz, 143.05 MHz. Seems like “it depends” but no one has written it down in a concise rule book.
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Thank you to Jonathan at Bangor University for Reference Image

The Grid:  https://csee.bangor.ac.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/08/regular-grid-random-colours.png Jonanthan, Bangor University: https://csee.bangor.ac.uk/cy/project-rainbow/create-a-coloured-grid-in-processing/ Jonathan, Thank you. I was working on a simple camera calibration and needed a good target. Your random colored grid made a great clear image. Correcting the camera colors, positions and intensities is much easier with a quantitative reference. The only suggestion I have is to also have the Javascript
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Comment to Astronomical League

I had to try several times to get the LONG captcha code right.  My eyes are really tired and it makes no sense.  Finally realized they were using case sensitive.  It failed because it was more than 1024 characters. Did they tell me there was a limit?  No.  Did they warn me that I went
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Gravity Research Foundation Campaign, Gravitational Engineering, Simulating Gravity

Samir, Glad you noticed it.  Most of my messages never get answered or noticed.  I guess they mostly get treated as spam.  I try to not let it bother me. Your paper is online now.  I guess I was in a hurry to read it.  It has a really ugly URL.  It really needs to
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Comment on BriTheMathGuy This Sum Amazes Me Every Time – Covid, Internet, Math on the Internet

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tGcZDq2bmxM I turn off the sound, turn on the captions, set the speed to one quarter, and don’t look at you gesturing. Plenty of time and fewer distractions. Highly recommend using screen videos. Work out your presentation on the computer, record as you go. Explain the steps and move the pieces around yourself in real
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Solar structure and evolution, some notes on a global model of the sun, open and universally accessible on the Internet

Joergen Christensen-Dalsgaard, You have described some of the pieces relevant for study of solar structure and evolution in words, pictures and pictures of equations.  The equations in the PDF are not in portable symbolic mathematical form.  The data from all the steps in the calibration of the model and its variations is not readily available. 
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New Video: Counting as Organization, with Objects in Javascript for Wikipedia and the Internet

I am pretty exhausted, I have to ask others for help, rather than figuring it out myself. Counting as Organization, with Objects in Javascript for Wikipedia and the Internet – https://youtu.be/m2-Hd1VNfYE In the video I show some small steps as part of a broad program of changes over the whole Internet, but no way to
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