A war is raging on one of the longest-running servers in Minecraft, 2b2t. Some of the battle is fought with diamond swords and lava buckets, as you might expect, but the rest of it unfolds with racist memes, shocking gore and porn, as well as monstrous contraptions designed to make the server literally unplayable. It’s not just a war for imaginary space: it’s a war for what kind of server 2b2t wants to be.
While it’s great that many universities are actively embracing the internet and making lectures available on the Web for everyone to tune in to, watching them online can be a hassle – especially when you want to make notes. This is where BriefTube comes in. Available on Chrome, it’s an extension for YouTube that aims to aid online learning by automatically creating concise tables of contents for the lectures you watch. Once you open a lecture on YouTube, the nifty summary tool will generate a table of contents, breaking down the lecture in chapters and sub-chapters that you can quickly skip forward to. To access the feature, simply open a…
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