Weekly Web Harvest for 2022-05-29
- Accessibility Statement – Writing for Success – 1st Canadian H5P Edition
Nice example pressbook/h5p integration and the accessibility statement is worth checking out.
- Audit finds ‘excessive’ number of unused Chromebooks at RPS
Auditors said there didn’t seem to be a formal process in place to monitor the collection of Chromebooks when students leave RPS or to ensure that the laptops are returned when schools close for summer break.
- A Profile of PimEyes, Which Performs Facial Recognition on Public Photos — Pixel Envy
PimEyes shares the problem found with any of these people finding tools, no matter their source material: they do not seem dangerous in isolation, but it is their ability to coalesce and correlate different data points to create a complete profile. Take a picture of anyone, then dump it into PimEyes to find their name and, perhaps, a username or email address correlated with the image.
- franzanth on Tumblr
- antiboredom/videogrep: automatic video supercuts with python
Videogrep is a command line tool that searches through dialog in video files and makes supercuts based on what it finds. It will recognize .srt or .vtt subtitle tracks, or transcriptions that can be generated with vosk, pocketsphinx, and other tools.