" Wikifunctions is a Wikimedia project for everyone to collaboratively create and maintain a library of code functions to support the Wikimedia projects and beyond, in the world's natural and programming languages."
Includes an interesting sort-of-structured-editor in the playground too
Nesting things makes sense. Using a 1D notation to express nesting makes less sense. At about 6:21 he talks about the cause of switching from a more-sensible notation to a 1D notation. I suggest that ALL of our current programming languages suffer from this same kind of problem. Our programming languages are rooted in the phobias of the 1950's (and as far back as the 1600s, if one buys his argument). Our current hardware does not have the same limitations as hardware did in the 1950s. We CAN draw Vincula today, but we don’t. Instead, we continue to invent epicycles to work around having to draw Vincula and to avoid thinking more clearly about nesting. Oh, the irony.
The cultural ramifications of online live streaming, including its effects on identity and power in digital spaces.
Some consider live streaming—the broadcasting of video and/or audio footage live online—simply an internet fad or source of entertainment, yet it is at the center of the digital mediation of our lives. In this edited volume, Johanna Brewer, Bo Ruberg, Amanda L. L. Cullen, and Christopher J. Persaud present a broad range of essays that explore the cultural implications of live streaming, paying special attention to how it is shifting notions of identity and power in digital spaces. The diverse set of international authors included represent a variety of perspectives, from digital media studies to queer studies, from human-computer interaction to anthropology, and more.
We have something similar to that in Wikifunctions (we're rolling out editing rights slowly). You code in the central column, and the right column shows you the available tests for this implementation, and you can rerun them with a click while editing the code.