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And Iran? You think that the high numbers in Iran are solely poor academics needing papers? It must be where a lot of the dirty work is done in tandem with Russian intelligence, to deflect attention away from Russia. Video sharing sites

4:09 We fight inequality in knowledge access across the world. The scientific knowledge should be available for every person regardless of their income, social status, geographical location and etc.

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Towards the ending of the film, the Iron Giant falls into a lake of lava. As he sinks the last part of him you see is his hand giving a thumbs up. This is a nod to and taken from, Terminator 2 judgement day, where Arnold Swarchnegger's Terminator does exactly this, as he is lowered into a steel smelter. • Memebase

It's enough that few companies like Disney absolutely abused copyright. Yet we can live with it as long as it's just entertainment. Ok, they also put some horrible broken crap like DRM and DMCA and bunch of other things in our lives. Still it's not very important and might be after 10 years it's will be fixed somehow. Coverage of recently cited articles

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It’s as if you ate lunch in one country with a particular set of customs, she says, “and literally two hours later, you’re in a completely different country eating lunch with a completely different group of people” with their own habits and mores. • Dysgraphia

Kind of like a HaD project? ;-) June 3, 2020 — A new study maps for the first time the evolutionary history of the world's terrestrial vertebrates: amphibians, birds, mammals and reptiles. It explores how areas with large concentrations of evolutionarily distinct species are being impacted by our ever-increasing ...

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// sample url 2 (zh): In the year 2045, the real world is a harsh place. The only time Wade Watts (Tye Sheridan) truly feels alive is when he escapes to the OASIS, an immersive virtual universe where most of humanity spends their days. In the OASIS, you can go anywhere, do anything, be anyone-the only limits are your own imagination. The OASIS was created by the brilliant and eccentric James Halliday (Mark Rylance), who left his immense fortune and total control of the Oasis to the winner of a three-part contest he designed to find a worthy heir. When Wade conquers the first challenge of the reality-bending treasure hunt, he and his friends-aka the High Five-are hurled into a fantastical universe of discovery and danger to save the OASIS. Written by

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File sharing • ^ a b Page, Benedicte (6 September 2017). "Elbakyan pulls Sci-Hub from Russia". The Bookseller. Archived from the original on 10 January 2019 . Retrieved 12 December 2018.

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26 May 2020 | As a benchmark, we decided to compare Sci-Hub’s coverage to the access provided by a major research library. Since we were unaware of any studies that comprehensively profiled library access to scholarly articles, we collaborated with Penn Libraries to assess the extent of access available at the University of Pennsylvania (Penn). Penn is a private research university located in Philadelphia and founded by the open science pioneer Benjamin Franklin in 1749. It is one of the world’s wealthiest universities, with an endowment of over $10 billion. According to the Higher Education Research and Development Survey, R&D expenditures at Penn totaled $1.29 billion in 2016, placing it third among U.S. colleges and universities. In 2017, Penn Libraries estimates that it spent $13.13 million on electronic resources, which includes subscriptions to journals and ebooks. During this year, its users accessed 7.3 million articles and 860 thousand ebook chapters, averaging a per-download cost of $1.61.

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3:45 In the beginning when Wade is explaining the Oasis and all the different worlds are being shown, at one point on the far right of the screen there is a planet in ruins (almost like a crescent moon) that looks familiar but I can't place it. I though Cybertron from Transformers but I need another viewing to be sure.

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Other scientists are supportive of DEAL and Bibsam’s strong stance. “As annoying as it is to not be able to get journal articles, I think reaching a new way of doing publishing is more important than my level of annoyance,” says Christopher Kyba, a postdoc at the German Research Center for Geosciences. Kyba adds that he’s decided to decline peer review requests from Elsevier’s journals while the current situation continues. “I agree with what [DEAL] is trying to do, and this is one concrete thing I can do [to help].” • Comparison of Usenet newsreaders

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Since each article is unique, libraries cannot substitute one journal subscription for another without depriving their users of potentially crucial access. As a result, the price of journal subscriptions has grown at a faster rate than inflation for several decades ( Association of Research Libraries, 2017), leading to an ever-present “serials crisis” that has pushed library budgets to their brink while diverting funds from other services ( Roth, 1990). Meanwhile, publishing has trended towards oligopoly ( Larivière et al., 2015), with nondisclosure clauses obfuscating price information among subscribers ( Bergstrom et al., 2014) while publishers profit immensely ( Morrison, 2012; Buranyi, 2017; Van Noorden, 2013b). Price increases have persisted over the last decade ( Bosch and Henderson, 2017; Lawson et al., 2015; Lawson, 2017a). For example, EBSCO estimates that per-journal subscription costs increased by 25% from 2013–2017, with annual subscription to a journal for research libraries now averaging $1,396 ( EBSCO, 2017). 3:12

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We force ourselves though to do something so illogical and nonsensical because we are evaluated according to inefficient and silly performance bars that emerge from a herd of seemingly intelligent people each acting in their best interest (both those that seek showing their merit, and those that seek evaluating the merit of others), most of which do not have enough power and/or leadership to be the first ones to disrupt the current status quo. ['Tradegy of the Commons' theme] • Enable Javascript to log in

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I don’t believe that the journals are worthless or a “scam”, but I _do_ think that the cost of withholding the work from the general public has become greater than the benefit that the journals provide. It’s time to start looking for peer review services elsewhere. The Cast: Taraji P. Henson, Sam Rockwell

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Yes, but the article presents no evidence that downloading from sci-hub poses a threat. The article is arguing that sci-hub either steals or uses stolen credentials to gain access. But there’s no evidence, only conjecture, that sci-hub modifies the PDFs with malware. • TV Schedule

2. In the yearly battle of top science journals, Science Magazine eked out ahead of Nature in 2019. It seemed like the news arm of Science really re-dedicated itself to publishing a boatload of great content each and every day. Science always had quality, but now they have quantity as well. Cast [ edit ]

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In the novel, Wade finds the Copper Key by adventuring through a recreation of the classic Dungeons & Dragons module "Tomb of Horrors". While that does not take place in the movie, it still references Tomb of Horrors by featuring the iconic "Face of the Great Green Devil" on the back of Aech's van. “That’s awesome! You gotta tell me all about it, Kemper.”


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Sci-Hub, an article pirating service, is one of the Web’s best-kept open secrets. But lately it has been in the news, transcending debates that usually involve a small band of academics, publishers and open science activists. An item in Science Insider, for instance, speculated on the vastness of the site’s cache, as recently recalculated by Daniel Himmelstein. Quartz, picking up on the same publication, announced somewhat bombastically that Sci-Hub “ could bring down the whole establishment.” But what is Sci-Hub, who occupies its crosshairs, and why should anyone care? • DC++

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Copyright exists to protect authors’ rights in their work. It is the author’s choice to transfer copyright to the publisher, as most of them do. Therefore it follows that the publishers do have the legal right to take action in breach of their copyright by publication on Sci-Hub.


“Earthy, magical, and utterly charming, this tale of family life in turn-of-the-century Mexico became a best-selling phenomenon with its winning blend of poignant romance and bittersweet wit.” 57. Lonesome Dove by Larry McMurtry It's possible to argue that users would have found the infringing materials on their own. But linking to them does make it easier and quicker to find them -- something that Hardy would consider a "material" contribution to the infringement.

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I wonder how newer articles at the SC will deal with the disruption of the traditionally exploitative (but oh so profitable) publishing industry, as it increasinlty comes under scrutiny and hopefully long overdue regulation. If you don’t believe me read this article at the guardian! All knowledge should not be free. The comment above mine wrote knowledge should be free and easily accessible. They are talking about all knowledge, not just academic journals, and that makes no sense.

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