lol. lmao.
who wants a DOI for their threads

RT @threadodo_bot@twitter.com

@json_dirs@twitter.com The preprint of your thread is ready: doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.6717182 - πš“πš˜πš—πš—πš’οΉπšœπšŠπšžπš—πšπšŽπš›πšœ's thread - 22-06-24 03:03

πŸ¦πŸ”—: twitter.com/threadodo_bot/stat

leaving the bot off until I can read the ToS for zenodo and also make it opt-in by following since apparently you cannot delete things, but uh yeah I guess someone had to do it. (no one had to do it)

idk I should probably add links to the posts in there but I sort of like the conceit of it just being a normal document written in a very bad word processor

idk at this rate of writing avoidance i'm gonna end up addomg registering your ORCID with the bot and getting citations and some linked data ontologies going.

lookin at you @flancian@twitter.com , the time is nigh for [[Semantic::Wikilinks Everywhere]] [[Wikilinks Everywhere]] [[Archive Everything]] [[Dense Web]] [[The Only Good Medium Is No Medium]] [[Interface Singularity]] [[Platforms More Like Shatforms]]

ya this is a lil bit of an infrastructural shitpost but srsly we should be able to make threads citable as part of science bc we should be able to make anything we want citable!!!

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going to get canceled for saying that reply guys are a form of peer review

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