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// @match • September 2016 The time and effort taken by universities to protect themselves and repair the damage caused by cybercriminals like Sci-Hub is just one example of the real harm to individual libraries. One university took days to go through and wipe all the viruses, clean compromised machines, look at what had happened, and change things to protect themselves in the future. These activities increase staffing and hardware costs for both the library and institution. The damage also impacts on the daily operation of IT systems; for example, dictionary attacks will slow the universities’ IT systems. Access to paid content can be lost when a publisher becomes aware of an intrusion. Personal data can get into the wrong hands. I've heard, you've probably heard, HELL, most people who read some variation of SFF have heard that READY PLAYER ONE is freaking amazing b/c it's swarming with '80s pop culture/nerd references. • GNUnet (by 1 person) • Cringe • - InternetIsBeautiful Roger Guyett, Grady Cofer, Matthew E. Butler and Dave Shirk • - LifeProTips • Best Puppy Foods

Luke • • Disability Strategy Oh no I certainly wouldn’t advocate using Sci-Hub inclusion as some kind of serious quality indicator. It probably just indicates that one or more libraries subscribe or include the content in their catalogues. In which case what it really means is that librarians have done a good job of collectively generating a journal whitelist. I also don’t even know if my 1-2 attempts to seek out low-quality journal articles is actually indicative of anything – but wouldn’t it be funny if Sci-Hub inclusion was just as good as say, indexing by Scopus or WOS? Photoreal Feature • About us What can I do to resolve this? Introduction 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 2 Samuel • H Piwowar • YouTube • Exercise Balls & Wheels In 2015, Elsevier filed a lawsuit against Sci-Hub, in Elsevier et al. v. Sci-Hub et al., at the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York. [18] Library Genesis (LibGen) was also a defendant in the case [19] [20] [9] which may be based in either the Netherlands [20] or also in Russia. [21] It was the largest copyright infringement case that had been filed in the US, or in the world, at the time. [22] Elsevier alleged that Sci-Hub violated copyright law and induced others to do so, and it alleged violations of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act as well as inducements to violate that law. [22] Elsevier asked for monetary damages and an injunction to stop the sharing of the papers. [22] • Contact • 20 Free Vector PSD Restaurant Icon Sets 3:57

• ^ Kotlyar, Pavel (5 September 2017). "Варитесь в своем дерьме сами" (in Russian). Archived from the original on 19 November 2017 . Retrieved 21 October 2017. For Hudson, the empty nerd nostalgia that Cline’s work champions points to something toxic in nerd culture itself. “It’s a valuable question for gaming culture — and ‘nerd culture’ more generally — to ask itself,” she wrote: “Do we want to tell stories that make sense of the things we used to love, that help us remember the reasons we were so drawn to them, and create new works that inspire that level of devotion? Or do we simply want to hear the litany of our childhood repeated back to us like an endless lullaby for the rest of our lives?” // @match https://** • August 2010 Recent estimates suggest paywalls on the web limit access to three-quarters of scholarly literature ( Piwowar et al., 2018; Khabsa et al., 2014; Bosman and Kramer, 2018). The open access movement strives to remedy this situation ( Tennant et al., 2016). After decades of effort by the open access community ( Royster, 2016), nearly 50% of newly published articles are available without paywalls ( Piwowar et al., 2018; Archambault et al., 2014; Van Noorden, 2013a). Spoiler alert: This story contains details from "Ready Player One." “Jack Torrance’s new job at the Overlook Hotel is the perfect chance for a fresh start. As the off-season caretaker at the atmospheric old hotel, he’ll have plenty of time to spend reconnecting with his family and working on his writing. But as the harsh winter weather sets in, the idyllic location feels ever more remote . . . and more sinister. And the only one to notice the strange and terrible forces gathering around the Overlook is Danny Torrance, a uniquely gifted five-year-old.” 85. Silence by Shūsaku Endō • Are you interested in learning how to be a better student ? Yes No • Mobile view • | Gym Accessories • share // @match // @match Time: 2020-06-11T04:58:51Z • ^ Jagneaux, David (March 13, 2018). "Ready Player One Movie Review Roundup: Another Spielberg Classic?". UploadVR . Retrieved March 26, 2018. 30 Original language A test seems to show it's not blocked though: • Essentials - • Mark our words: Dune is set to be 2020’s must-watch fantasy film. Based on Frank Herbert’s 1965 sci-fi novel, Dune takes place in the far future, on a far distant planet, where Paul Atreides (Timothee Chalamet) plans to take his family’s business empire to the next level. You can email the site owner to let them know you were blocked. Please include what you were doing when this page came up and the Cloudflare Ray ID found at the bottom of this page. • 1.1.4 France // @match at the • - france • Developers Children will begin by learning about the ways in which random mutations result in variations from one generation to the next. F–10 curriculum overview Learning areas • Open gaming Try to keep repeat posts to a minimum. As much as we love answering questions here, it doesn't help when we see repeat questions on the front page every day. You can find the questions that have come up here again and again in our wiki. Rule 3: Follow reddiquette Sentinels data publication was restored at 15:00 UTC, 27-May 2020 Anonymous file sharing • μTorrent 3 John • Coronavirus in Delhi Sci-Hub's top 5 most downloaded papers (September 2015 through February) Kernel Rating: (2.5 out of 5) • Science News in High Schools Learn more about hiring developers or posting ads with us The issue is of access to the papers. I would like to read research papers recreationally and just yesterday had two papers that I tried to find and could not without paying 42 GBP for access to one (I didn’t look for price on the other). I don’t know the solution, but I do think this is a problem. Related subreddits: • Share-alike • Healthcare Another striking finding is that coverage was significantly higher for closed rather than open access journals (85.2% vs. 49.1%). Accordingly, highly cited journals were more likely to be covered by Sci-Hub. In order to access an article, a user has to make a request on Sci-Hub. Himmelstein and colleagues found that 99.3% of all these requests were fulfilled. Nearly 100% of all requests for journal articles were fulfilled. Sci-Hub also accepts donations through Paypal, QiQi, WebMoney, Yandex, and bitcoins. Himmelstein et al. estimated the current price of bitcoins donated to Sci-Hub at $175,000. "Hold on to Something" • Rights and accountability For fans of a certain age, The Iron Giant holds a dear place in their hearts. 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Editor Alex Carnevale selects his choices for the "100 Greatest Novels of All Time". - Being from exUSSR, and knowing quite a few people who are trying to do science there, I would say that the whole Dynasty incident perfectly demonstrates what Sci-Hub (or Elbakyan at least, but she's Sci-Hub's public face, so same difference...) is about. Progress of humankind it ain't. 4:18 John • ^ a b Smith, David (25 February 2016). "Sci-Hub: How Does it Work?". The Scholarly Kitchen. Archived from the original on 28 October 2018 . Retrieved 28 April 2018. • ^ McKenzie, Lindsay (6 September 2017). "American Chemical Society Moves to Block Access to Sci-Hub". Inside Higher Ed. Archived from the original on 6 September 2017 . Retrieved 6 September 2017. Get children thinking about the things they can observe in animals which show they are living. Can we observe all these processes in all living things? The included slides explain how some life processes are hard to observe, and how they occur in pla... Read More Read More Wisdom Books • Live • Controversial Topics • Giveaways Beneath A Scarlet Sky Kobo Sentinel Data are also available via the Copernicus Data and Information Access Services (DIAS) through several platforms . Email Share this with Email We defined a comprehensive set of scholarly publishing venues, referred to as “journals”, based on the Scopus database. In reality, these include conferences with proceedings as well as book series. For inclusion in this analysis, each required an ISSN and at least one article as part of the Crossref-derived catalog of scholarly literature. Accordingly, our catalog consisted of 23,037 journals encompassing 56,755,671 articles. Of these journals, 4,598 (20.0%) were inactive (i.e. no longer publishing articles), and 2,933 were open access (12.7%). Only 70 journals were inactive and also open access. • Local • Google Scholar is good for conducting simple searches across a broad number of databases. For complex or in depth searching we recommend that you search individual subject databases. If you want people not to be alarmist then follow your own rules. • The Reporters Using Zoom — at least with the standard settings — means looking right into other people’s faces at close range, says Jeremy Bailenson, a professor of communication at Stanford University and founding director of its Virtual Human Interaction Lab. That isn’t what people do in a classroom, or a meeting, or most social situations. “In the real world,” Bailenson says, “when someone gets that close up, we get aroused. There’s probably some type of a conflict situation, from an evolutionary standpoint — or we’re going to be intimate with them.” • Direct Connect It's very easy! Just like searching in Google Scholar, the difference is it combines the Sci-Hub download links in the search result. There is no need to understand what's DOI, where to find it, and so on. Enjoy! • ^ a b c d e Bohannon, John (28 April 2016). "The frustrated science student behind Sci-Hub". Science. 352 (6285): 511. Bibcode: 2016Sci...352..511B. doi: 10.1126/science.352.6285.511. PMID 27126021. Archived from the original on 27 October 2018 . Retrieved 27 October 2018. The Book of Hosea Library Genesis In This Stream Add extensions and apps to your computer from your phone Theological Resources Send you contribution to the Bitcoin address: Note also that the article you linked spoke about linking directly to photo's and articles, not to websites that host both infringing and non-infringing content. I presume Wikipedia wouldn't do that either, even though they do link to the homepage. Seems to me like the problem is the scientists themselves. I don’t know what agreements they have with the journals but if they authored the work, they should be able to release it to the public domain. I am wondering what would prevent me from taking my peer reviewed paper and publishing it anywhere I want to. • Giveaways • Explosion Png Win Morisaki • Art3mis: A famous female gunter and blogger. She chose her avatar's name from the Greek goddess of the hunt. [a] Like other characters, Cline based Art3mis on himself and other geeks, both men and women. [7] • ^ The 24 books of the Hebrew Bible are the same as the 39 books of the Protestant Old Testament, only divided and ordered differently: the books of the Minor Prophets are in Christian Bibles twelve different books, and in Hebrew Bibles, one book called "The Twelve". Likewise, Christian Bibles divide the Books of Kingdoms into four books, either 1-2 Samuel and 1-2 Kings or 1-4 Kings: Jewish Bibles divide these into two books. The Jews likewise keep 1-2 Chronicles/Paralipomenon as one book. Ezra and Nehemiah are likewise combined in the Jewish Bible, as they are in many Orthodox Bibles, instead of divided into two books, as per the Catholic and Protestant tradition. • Tech Later, Bohannon analyzed six months of Sci-Hub’s server access logs, starting in September 2015 ( Bohannon, 2016b). He found a global pattern of usage. Based on these logs, Gardner, McLaughlin, and Asher estimated the ratio of publisher downloads to Sci-Hub downloads within the U.S. for several publishers ( Gardner et al., 2017). They estimated this ratio at 20:1 for the Royal Society of Chemistry and 48:1 for Elsevier. They also noted that 25% of Sci-Hub downloads in the U.S. were for articles related to clinical medicine. Greshake also analyzed the logs to identify per capita Sci-Hub usage ( Greshake, 2016). Portugal, Iran, Tunisia, and Greece had the highest usage, suggesting Sci-Hub is preferentially used in countries with poor institutional access to scholarly literature. In a subsequent study, he found especially high Sci-Hub usage in chemistry, with 12 of the top 20 requested journals specializing in chemistry ( Greshake, 2017a; Greshake, 2017b). The actions of the publishers in the coalition have simply shown an opposition to illegal and unauthorized sharing, Milne says. Before Elsevier and ACS sued Researchgate, they tried for two years to convince the site to adopt their “ Voluntary Principles on Article Sharing,” which would allow scientists to share articles — though only between others in their research groups, and provided that articles’ metadata wasn’t changed, preventing publishers from collecting accurate data on articles’ sharing statistics. Before suing Sci-Hub, Elsevier attempted to stop Elbakyan technically. The publishers feel they’ve been patient in enforcing copyright claims, particularly considering that, as Milne tells me, their sales teams have heard “individual institutions and consortiums,” which he is not at liberty to name, name-drop Researchgate and pirate sites like Sci-Hub to get leverage in price negotiations. @scholarlykitchn is spotlighting research & researchers writing abt systemic racism. Today we feature an article fr @Gizmodo featuring @IBJIYONGI on #SHUTDOWNSTEM & #shutdownacademia day. • Abstract • • ^ "". ICANN WHOIS. Archived from the original on 9 March 2018 . Retrieved 28 August 2016. or disclosure of any personal data, we will take all reasonable precautions to protect your data Please retweet to your friends,help us become stronger! Here is a VIDEO of how I have done it. There’s been some bad blood between scientific publishers and their suppliers and customers. Scientists pay to have their work published. Readers, in turn, pay to read this work, often through the library of their research institution. The demand for open access – free access to everybody’s research findings – has largely been met, though not always in the way that proponents had in mind. But what is closed and open access? And which factors play a role? On the occasion of Open Access Week, we present an overview of everything you need to know. 1 Timothy • October 2012 • In one scene an arm is cut from an avatar’s body. Under German law, it's legal to make a copy of a work without the consent of the copyright holder if all of the following conditions are met ( section 53(1) and 53(4)): // @match This week on the UCLA Health Zone with Dr. Phil Cohen and Adam Auslund, they talk about Kawhi Leonard's load management, the best type of waters to drink, Cam's foot injury and Kareem Abdul Jabbar Joins the show to talk about his training, the Lakers, UCLA basketball and more. • Stanford School of Medicine • Essential cookies: these cookies are essential to the provision of our Website. I don't think HN has DM functionality, but feel free to contact me on any platform. • Open-source architecture With a curriculum corner, question bank, lab area, and a NGSS-devoted page, this is a valuable resource is among the best science websites for K-12—including distance learning! Share My Lesson social media account, please refer to the social media provider’s privacy policy for information // // @match • <3 Star Wars Books Kyle Katarn How many of the world’s poorest countries get free access to content from all these publishers, including Elsevier? This part never gets mentioned and I do like a bit of balance to arguments. • reddit premium Oceans Is Sci Hub down? • Checked Out • Nursing Raymond Briggs Health • – Among baby Halliday’s decorations are statues of Godzilla and Robby the Robot, the latter being from the influential Forbidden Planet (1956), which is a film that had a profound effect on Spielberg. • JAML • New DVD & Blu-ray • Sociology Song Sol. “Well, just barely…” • ^ a b Smith, David (25 February 2016). "Sci-Hub: How Does it Work?". The Scholarly Kitchen. Archived from the original on 28 October 2018 . Retrieved 28 April 2018. Related Repositories Link Log in But the system creates an imbalance, Morrison said. Only those at well-funded universities can easily access the newest research, leaving out academics in poorer countries as well as the public who paid for the research. • software • School Closure Discharge Report 2 John [N 3] • Justice For All • Pricing I’m confused by some of the assertions made in this article. Perhaps the presentation at SSP 2018 provided more details. Loss of Smell and Taste Validated as COVID-19 Symptoms in Patients With High Recovery Rate 'Poisoned Arrow' Defeats Antibiotic-Resistant Bacteria The Best Material for Homemade Face Masks May Be a Combination of Two Fabrics • - history • Poetry