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• Campaign success: Reed Elsevier sells international arms fairs • Demonoid In this haunting debut memoir, Madden excavates her coming of age as a queer, biracial teenager in an affluent Florida community wracked by addiction and abuse. Harrowing and charged with sharp edges, yet somehow life-affirming at the same time, Madden’s story is one of toxic privilege, destructive families, and life-saving friends. As for the publishers, it seems their attention may be shifting to scientists themselves. • Central England Career Opportunities at the University of Birmingham: University of Birmingham • D Valladares-Garrido ► • Thomas Anthony Munro ,

months: number of months in which the article was accessed This figure compares datasets of article coverage corresponding to various access methods. These article sets refer to manually evaluated access via the publisher’s site from outside of an institutional network (labeled None) or from inside Penn’s network (labeled Penn); access according to Penn’s library system (labeled PennText); access via the oaDOI utility (labeled oaDOI); and inclusion in Sci-Hub’s database (labeled Sci-Hub). Each diagram shows the coverage of three access methods and their possible combinations. Within a diagram, each section notes the percent coverage achieved by the corresponding combination of access methods. Contrary to traditional Venn diagrams, each section does not indicate disjoint sets of articles. Instead, each section shows coverage on the same set of articles, whose total number is reported in the diagram’s title. The top two diagrams show coverage on a small set of manually evaluated articles (confidence intervals provided in the main text). The bottom two diagrams show coverage on a larger set of automatically evaluated articles. The two lefthand diagrams show coverage on all articles, whereas the two righthand diagrams show coverage on toll access articles only. Specifically, the top-right diagram assesses coverage on articles that were inaccessible from outside of an institutional network. Similarly, the bottom-right diagram assesses coverage of articles that were classified as closed or green by oaDOI, and thus excludes gold, hybrid, and bronze articles (those available gratis from their publisher). • • Careers • 5. Iron deficiency: new insights into diagnosis and treatment 2528 downloads “I was disappointed in the results of the lawsuit,” she says. “[That] public opinion and the position of modern society did not correspond with the justice’s decision” was a blow. “As far as the amount is concerned,” Elbakyan says that she couldn’t pay $15 million even if she wanted, as she is getting “only few thousand a month” in donations. She may be undercounting. One 2017 PeerJ study estimated that Sci-Hub owned $268,000 in unspent bitcoin as of August 2017. (Though Elbakyan has publicly disagreed with that estimate, she hasn’t said how much she owns in bitcoin. She claims the exact amount is confidential.) Nonetheless, since Elbakyan lives outside the US, she can’t be compelled to pay. “I was actually flattered that my project was evaluated so highly,” she says. • Gulf We know that, at one UK University, Sci-Hub managed to get six passwords through a 48-hour dictionary attack on their system. Then, over a weekend (when spikes in usage are less likely to come to the attention of publishers or library technical departments) they accessed 350 publisher websites and made 45,092 PDF requests. In another attack, the hackers not only broke into their database; they changed the names and passwords of profiles. Another institution told us an intruder changed the cell phone numbers linked to the user accounts and also planted malware, meaning that all their computers needed to be completely wiped. In addition, we have evidence that Sci-Hub is bombarding university IT systems, often for days on end, without the knowledge of compromised users. These sites were targeted by a single attack via a compromised university user account. Benefits Of Higher Education Essay • How much? Exact estimates are hard to come by. Research by the Association of Research Libraries (ARL) suggests that the cost of libraries’ subscriptions to journals only increased by 9 percent between 1990 and 2013. But as Library Journal’s annual survey pointed out, there was a change in ARL’s data collection. That estimate, Library Journal said, “flies in the face of reality.” Library Journal’s records showed that a year’s subscription to a chemistry journal in the US ran, on average, for $4,773; the cheapest subscriptions were to general science journals, which only cost $1,556 per year. Those prices make these journals inaccessible to most people without institutional access — and they’re increasingly difficult for institutions to finance as well. “Those who [have] been involved with purchasing serials in the last 20 years know that serial prices represent the largest inflationary factor for library budgets,” the Library Journal report says. • GNUnet

The discussion of how to fund work without paywalls or ads is worth having. The straw-man argument about whether we should fund work is not. • Cookie statement • 19 — Happy and You Know It by Laura Hankin Amazon US • UK • CAN | GR By employing the dynamically interpreted JavaScript language, and providing some specialized functions you can combine the bands of multispectral satellite data in unprecedented ways. • April 2009 • Helpdesk Besides, some authors are just not friendly with narratives. If we remove the topic of conditions, it’s worth noting that so many people in the world have “mosaic thinking” , Meaning we’re overwhelmed by the information thrown at us. As a result, we restrain from perceiving extra information. In June 2017, the American Chemical Society (ACS) filed a lawsuit against Sci-Hub in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, alleging copyright and trademark infringement; it sought judgment US$4.8 million from Sci-Hub in damages, and Internet service provider blocking of the Sci-Hub website. [24] On 6 November 2017, the ACS was granted a default judgment, and a permanent injunction was granted against all parties in active concert or participation with Sci-Hub that has notice of the injunction, "including any Internet search engines, web hosting and Internet service providers, domain name registrars, and domain name registries", to cease facilitating access to the service. [6] [25] On 23 November 2017, four Sci-Hub domains had been rendered inactive by the court order [26] and its CloudFlare account was terminated. [27] • March 2016 • possible methods; The histograms show the distribution of Sci-Hub’s coverage for all 23,037 journals (top) and 3,832 publishers (bottom). Each bin spans 2.5 percentage points. For example, the top-left bar indicates Sci-Hub’s coverage is between 0.0%–2.5% for 3,892 journals. Top Categories • • Roadmap 14.6 x 0.9 x 21 cm • Chefs The big publishing houses are merrily pocketing fantastic returns for research that is financed by taxes and produced, curated, formatted, and peer reviewed by us. These returns run at a fulsome 20 – to 40%, which would probably not be legal in any other area of business. At the bottom of this whole thing is a bizarre swap: With our tax money we are buying back our own product – scientific knowledge in manuscript form — after having handed it over up front to the publishers. It gets even wilder: The publishing houses give us back our product on loan only, with limited access, without any rights over the articles. The taxpayer, having paid for it all, cannot access it, meaning that not only Joe Blow the taxpayer is left standing in the cold, but with him practicing medical doctors or clinicians, and scientists outside of the Universities. Continue reading → Wellington J., Bathmaker A., Hunt C., McCulloch G., and Sikes P. (2005) Succeeding with your doctorate. London: Sage.

Once that's done, Sci- Hub will make a copy of the paper for its servers. That way, Sci- Hub won't have to go through a portal the next time someone needs a paper. months: number of months in which the article was accessed • COVID-19 • Music • Marketing “I did not believe that it’s possible to win against such a well-funded, rich, and influential company.” • Data management • Back For each year of publication from 2010–2017, we plot the relationship between lag-time and LibGen scimag’s coverage. For example, this plot shows that 75% of articles published in 2011 were uploaded to LibGen within 60 months. This analysis only considers articles for which a month of publication can reliably be extracted, which excludes all articles allegedly published on January 1. This plot portrays lag-times as decreasing over time, with maximum coverage declining. For example, coverage for 2016 articles exceeded 50% within 6 months, but appears to have reached an asymptote around 60%. Alternatively, coverage for 2014 took 15 months to exceed 50%, but has since reached 75%. However, this signal could result from post-dated LibGen upload timestamps. Therefore, we caution against drawing any conclusions from the TimeAdded field in LibGen scimag until its accuracy can be established more reliably. Elbakyan created several more backup copies of Sci-Hub’s database. She rewrote Sci-Hub’s code, starting from square one, so that the service could download papers automatically. Now, once users pointed Sci-Hub toward an article, the site would check every university proxy server until it found one through which it could download the paper, and would download it automatically. They didn’t have to manually browse the publisher’s website through Sci-Hub to find the articles anymore. [0, 0, 0], // < -.2 = #000000 (black) • Gifts by Interest Colleges should consider a cohort approach to help reopen in the fall more safely (opinion) The cruel irony is that academic publishing companies profit largely by selling back the content that researchers gave them for free. In most cases, scientists sign over the copyright and give their tax-funded research to academic journals just to fulfill the “publish-or-perish” quota. The publishers then proceed to sell that same content back to the scientists and the general public for a hefty fee. This effectively means that both the researchers and the general public are double-paying for scientific knowledge: Once to pay for the research and again to read the results (The Washington Post). • May 2018 (55) lovescihub Impact and ranking • Abstract • Jo Copyright laws cover “original works of authorship”, such as prose and composition. Yet when a reader buys access to an article, they pay to access to the findings and ideas, which although explicitly outside the realm of copyright, are so entangled by the medium of publication that no alternative route of access exists. As a result, journals pervert copyright to collect revenue on the complete value of a work, primarily its ideas and findings despite having contributed only slightly to their creation. • ^ Wentzel, Annica (16 May 2018). "Sweden stands up for open access – cancels agreement with Elsevier". . Retrieved 6 March 2019. • Brook M, Murray-Rust P, Oppenheim C. The social, political and legal aspects of text and data mining (TDM) D-Lib Magazine. 2014; 20 doi: 10.1045/november14-brook. [ CrossRef] [ Google Scholar] • Code of conduct and complaints • Membership • September 2019 Nov 6, 2017 Brian M. Till is a general surgery resident at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia, PA. He was previously a research associate at the PGSSC, and before that was a research fellow at the New America Foundation in Washington, DC. He can be reached @BrianTillMD or . • • April 2018 Conceptualization, Data curation, Software, Formal analysis, Supervision, Validation, Investigation, Visualization, Methodology, Writing—original draft, Project administration, Writing—review and editing. • Download } return [ Alexey Tereshchenko. “Pirate Research Papers Website Asks for Bitcoin Donations;” available at BACK TO TOP The frustrating irony is that universities have to pay these sky-high prices despite the fact they are the institutions funding the research in the journals. Similarly, taxpayers spend $140 billion every year supporting research they can't easily access. Here are some of the prettier backgrounds you'll find at the MagLab. Sci-Hub is a website that provides free access to millions of research papers and books, without regard to copyright, [2] by bypassing publishers' paywalls in various ways. [2] [3] [4] • ^ " "The Pit Bull Of Public Relations" - Bloomberg". 17 April 2006 . Retrieved 25 March 2017. { "position": 0.9, "color": "rgb(19%,43%,11%)" }, The histograms show the distribution of Sci-Hub’s coverage for all 23,037 journals (top) and 3,832 publishers (bottom). Each bin spans 2.5 percentage points. For example, the top-left bar indicates Sci-Hub’s coverage is between 0.0%–2.5% for 3,892 journals. • • A midterm examination is usually given during class time. The number of sources that you will be required to review will depend on what the literature review is for and how advanced you are in your studies. It could be from five sources at first year undergraduate level to more than fifty for a thesis. Your lecturer will advise you on these details. Note the bibliographical details of your sources 16 April 2011 ; 9 years ago ( 2011-04-16) [1] Diggory Venn 458,580 TAFE / Vocational ► From The New Yorker’s beloved cultural critic comes a bold, unflinching collection of essays about self-deception, examining everything from scammer culture to reality television. Tolentino is among our age’s finest essayists, dissecting the foibles that animate our modern lives with wit, intellectual rigor, and empathy. • J West • JP Alperin • Student Service Centre (Birks) • The Greene Lab has a code review policy. • Research Integrity Nature Mr. Gardner, for the record, I think it is credulous to think that Sci-Hub is being run by a grad student in her free time. • Buying from the U.S. Government • Dellinger, Amy B.; Leech, Nancy L. (2007). "Toward a Unified Validation Framework in Mixed Methods Research". Journal of Mixed Methods Research. 1 (4): 309–332. doi: 10.1177/1558689807306147. • Copyright © 1995-2020 eBay Inc. All Rights Reserved. User Agreement, Privacy, Cookies and AdChoice • It offers over 58,000 free eBooks with epub, kindle books access online. The most older books can have found here with copyrights expired. You will find the world’s great literature here, with focus on older works for which U.S. copyright has expired. There is no requirement for registration or login anyone can download all book with free access, even the users were provided with reading online option. There is an option for German, French and Portuguese. Sci-Hub posed a direct threat to the academic publishers’ business model -s query, --search query Church Of Christ Scientist Camarillo • Creative Commons • Papers Literary devices involves specific elements within the work that make it effective. Examples include metaphor, simile, ellipsis, narrative motifs, and allegory. Even simple word play functions as a literary device. In fiction stream-of-consciousness narrative is a literary device. • Poster session • 14 — Madam Temptress (Magnolia Duet #2) by Meghan March Amazon US • UK • CAN | GR | Other Books in Series • • • 6. Management Some disciplines require that you use information that is as current as possible. In the sciences, for instance, treatments for medical problems are constantly changing according to the latest studies. Information even two years old could be obsolete. However, if you are writing a review in the humanities, history, or social sciences, a survey of the history of the literature may be what is needed, because what is important is how perspectives have changed through the years or within a certain time period. Try sorting through some other current bibliographies or literature reviews in the field to get a sense of what your discipline expects. You can also use this method to consider what is currently of interest to scholars in this field and what is not. Strategies for writing the literature review Find a focus Hbse 10th Result 2018 Name Wise • Spanish–American War In December 2016, Nature Publishing Group named Alexandra Elbakyan as one of the ten people who most mattered in 2016. [8] July • Introduction to ACI ABOUT SCIENTIFIC HUB SERVICES When you create a custom layer in Sentinel Hub Configuration Utility it is possible to select that layer in EO Browser. To do that, first select your configuration on Search tab, then select the appropriate search result, and in Visualization tab select the said custom layer. If you want people not to be alarmist then follow your own rules. Video sharing sites Charging a fee isn’t the only business model for Open Access journals, Suber says: 70 percent of peer-review Open Access models don’t do it. Moreover, thanks in large part to pressure by Open Access activists like Suber, many journals allow scientists to deposit a copy of their work in repositories like Arxiv. Elbakyan, on the other hand, wants Open Access fees covered up front in research grants. Click to access long-term-survival-following-multivessel-revascularization-in-patients-with-diabetes-the-freedom-follow-on-study.pdf Please retweet to your friends,help us become stronger! • Rubin DB, Schenker N. Logit-Based Interval Estimation for Binomial Data Using the Jeffreys Prior. Sociological Methodology. 1987; 17:131. doi: 10.2307/271031. [ CrossRef] [ Google Scholar] “My King” This website is using a security service to protect itself from online attacks. The action you just performed triggered the security solution. There are several actions that could trigger this block including submitting a certain word or phrase, a SQL command or malformed data. 1. 21 days for Sentinel-1 and -2 missions. • Even MORE new titles! — Emil O W Kirkegaard (@KirkegaardEmil) April 10, 2018 186,473 • For Graduate and Professional Students For Elbakyan herself, the future is even more uncertain. Elsevier is not only charging her with copyright infringement but with illegal hacking under the U.S. Computer Fraud and Abuse Act. “There is the possibility to be suddenly arrested for hacking,” Elbakyan admits. Others who ran afoul of this law have been extradited to the United States while traveling. And she is fully aware that another computer prodigy–turned-advocate, Aaron Swartz, was arrested on similar charges in 2011 after mass-downloading academic papers. Facing devastating financial penalties and jail time, Swartz hanged himself. • Protists • Poetry • ^ Steven Brill (2011). Class Warfare: Inside the Fight to Fix America's Schools. Simon and Schuster. p. 84. ISBN 9781451611991. File sharing networks At this time the widest possible distribution of research papers, as well as of other scientific or educational sources, is artificially restricted by copyright laws. Such laws effectively slow down the development of science in human society. The Sci-Hub project, running from 5th September 2011, is challenging the status quo. At the moment, Sci-Hub provides access to hundreds of thousands research papers every day, effectively bypassing any paywalls and restrictions. • Selecting content • List of online SciHub servers View photo · • Program Series Jan 31, 2018 • Paul EM, de Vries Saskia CJ, Johan R. The transition to open access: The state of the market, offsetting deals, and a demonstrated model for fair open access with the open library of humanities. Stand Alone. 2017 doi: 10.3233/978-1-61499-769-6-118. [ CrossRef] [ Google Scholar] • File sharing networks Patterned • Arts and Culture We investigated the level of access provided by the University of Pennsylvania Libraries. This is a major addition to the study, since it allows us to compare Sci-Hub's database with the access of a major research university. Furthermore, the data for this analysis are openly available, making it the most comprehensive public analysis of a university's coverage of the scholarly literature (that we're aware of). Jacob Levernier, who helped perform these analyses, has been added as an author. Amazon Fresh Groceries & More Right To Your Door • 1.1 Legal situation • Robotics Andrew – what do you think of George Monbiot’s article published in the Guardian (UK Newspaper) last week: • Fantasy Concepts 3) Another Phishing Attack; • Electronic publishing […] Sci-Hub is an online search engine with over 62,000,000 academic papers and articles available for direct download, bypassing publisher paywalls. New papers are uploaded daily when accessed through educational institution proxies, and papers that have been accessed through Sci-Hub are stored in the LibGen repository. […] Kindergarten • Comparison of eDonkey software DOI: Y KS3, KS4 & GCSE Secondary Education 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. • Open Music Model REDDIT and the ALIEN Logo are registered trademarks of reddit inc. Nile kinnick [ en] October • Penn Libraries uses the Alma library resource management system from Ex Libris. Alma includes an OpenURL resolver, which the Penn Libraries use to provide a service called PennText for looking up scholarly articles. PennText indicates whether an article’s fulltext is available online, taking into account Penn’s digital subscriptions. Using API calls to PennText’s OpenURL resolver, we retrieved Penn’s access status for the 290,120 articles analyzed by the State of OA study (see the greenelab/library-access repository). We randomly selected 500 of these articles to evaluate manually and assessed whether their fulltexts were available from within Penn’s network as well as from outside of any institutional network. We defined access as fulltext availability at the location redirected to by an article’s DOI, without providing any payment, credentials, or login information. This definition is analogous to the union of oaDOI’s gold, hybrid, and bronze categories. • literalize A Long, Long Sleep by Anna Sheehan Art Documentation will publish articles pertinent to issues surrounding the documentation of art and the use of visual resources in academic, special libraries and museum settings. It is a key resource for professionals entering the field as well as those more seasoned professionals. • Schiermeier Q, Mega ER. Scientists in Germany, Peru and Taiwan to lose access to Elsevier journals. Nature. 2016; 541:13. doi: 10.1038/nature.2016.21223. [ PubMed] [ CrossRef] [ Google Scholar] • Seedbox { "position": 0.35, "color": "rgb(87%,85%,61%)" }, • Reflective writing in Education • Usenet ( Und hier geht es zum Archiv aller Artikel) • 24 — The Glass Hotel by Emily St. John Mandel — Literary Fiction — "The Glass Hotel begins in 2004 when a young cook named Nicole Stevenson disappears from a container ship off the coast of Mauritania. Four years later, a massive Ponzi scheme implodes in New York, dragging countless fortunes with it. Moving back and forth in time, The Glass Hotel traces the intriguing tangle of lives caught up in both events." Amazon US • UK • CAN | GR “I do not endorse illegal means for providing Open Access,” says Harvard’s Peter Suber. “For most of Sci-Hub’s existence, I went out of my way to dissociate myself from it because it gave Open Access a bad name.” However, Suber says, Sci-Hub isn’t going anywhere. Elbakyan agrees. She has spare domains. She’s backed up her repository of articles. According to her, even if ACS pressures search engines to black out search results, it won’t matter: only 25 percent of Sci-Hub referrals come via search engines anyway. You might balk at my saying that one of the greatest products of Spike Lee’s career is better than the words of one of the great writings of modern Black History, but in this case, it’s true. Not because the Autobiography is terrible, but the way in which it is presented on film is so effing magical. The care given to the story and the man by every person responsible for producing the film, whether writer, director, actor, or set and costume designer, creates one giant work of power that takes the text and makes it something completely in and of itself. I might be able to bring up some of Malcolm’s words from the book, but they’ll always be in Denzel Washington’s voice. And there are scenes that are completely filmed in silence (like that hand turning away the entire Nation at the hospital) that just couldn’t be reproduced. So yeah. Awesome book. Brilliant movie. • November 2011 • - philosophy • Many students like Elbakyan simply email studies’ authors, or tweet the article’s information with the hashtag #ICanHazPDF hoping someone will send them a copy if they’re blocked by a paywall. But these methods, like scouring Arxiv, tend to be hit-or-miss. So when Elbakyan found herself facing paywall after paywall, she began to wonder why she shouldn’t just jump them. Sci-Hub is currently served at domains including,,,,, and, as well as at scihub22266oqcxt.onion — a Tor Hidden Service ( Dingledine et al., 2004). Elbakyan described the project’s technical scope in July 2017 ( Elbakyan, 2017): “Sci-Hub technically is by itself a repository, or a library if you like, and not a search engine for some other repository. But of course, the most important part in Sci-Hub is not a repository, but the script that can download papers closed behind paywalls.” Robert Forbes [ en] • • 3 Library Technology Services and Strategic Initiatives, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, United States. • And also at: • Facts & Figures • • ^ "Elsevier Forces ISP to Block Access to Sci-Hub, ISP Blocks Elsevier as Well". The Wire. 5 November 2018. Archived from the original on 5 December 2018 . Retrieved 4 December 2018. Dear Andrew, • Opinion