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Ilość: szt. ... ... • American Journal of Food and Nutrition • L Matthias James Grimley Participamos en • ^ a b c Kravets, David (3 April 2016). "A spiritual successor to Aaron Swartz is angering publishers all over again". Archived from the original on 11 January 2017 . Retrieved 29 August 2016. About Us • Mauritius paint artist / stereo compositor • US • Sign up to jobs newsletter • Back to the Future (1985) • The American Chemical Society And Sci-Hub. • Digital Subscriptions As for the publishers, it seems their attention may be shifting to scientists themselves.

• ^ a b Pitts, Andrew (18 September 2018). "Guest Post: Think Sci-Hub is Just Downloading PDFs? Think Again - The Scholarly Kitchen". The Scholarly Kitchen. Archived from the original on 28 October 2018 . Retrieved 28 October 2018. 5:14 Bookcord is a very good website with a big collection of new and old ebooks in PDF format and it is free of any charges or registration. in this website you can find plenty of books that you can download with just one click. All the links are direct so no Ads or wait time. 🙂 • ^ "". ICANN WHOIS. Archived from the original on 9 March 2018 . Retrieved 28 August 2016. 17,141 • ^ Shoemaker, Natalie (3 May 2016). "Which countries are accessing Sci-Hub, created by Alexandra Elbakyan?". Big Think. Archived from the original on 28 August 2016 . Retrieved 23 August 2016. • World Building Science Fiction • Momentos Alhambra layout lead: ILM • Collaborative Data Hub Node 1: from 00:00 UTC to 14:40 UTC, 27-May 2020 • Home • Collections

• December 2008 • • • ^ Schiermeier, Quirin (4 December 2015). "Pirate research-paper sites play hide-and-seek with publishers". Nature. doi: 10.1038/nature.2015.18876. Archived from the original on 6 December 2015 . Retrieved 6 December 2015. Sci-hub es un repositorio y página web de más de 62 millones de artículos académicos. Fue fundado por Alexandra Elbakyan, de Kazajistán, el 5 de septiembre del 2011, como reacción contra el alto coste de compra de los artículos académicos. • Cookie statement Manager: Physical Production • Pirate Party User comments must be in English, comprehensible and relevant to the article under discussion. We reserve the right to remove any comments that we consider to be inappropriate, offensive or otherwise in breach of the User Comment Terms and Conditions. Commenters must not use a comment for personal attacks. When criticisms of the article are based on unpublished data, the data should be made available. • Losse nummers

• Jacob G Levernier , • Sell Your Apps on Amazon Telegram • ^ Stone, Maddie (15 June 2015). "Academic Publishing Giant Fights to Keep Science Paywalled". Gizmodo. Gawker Media. Archived from the original on 6 October 2015 . Retrieved 5 October 2015. Gary Powell Meadows, Alice (2015). “Beyond open: Expanding access to scholarly content”. The journal of electronic publishing, v. 18, n. 3. Explore how a microbiologist or pharmacologist uses the scientific method to develop new medicines for humans to use. Show your class how fair testing is an important part of the scientific process and how they can plan and conduct fair tests themsel... Read More Read More second assistant director: additional photography (uncredited) • AcademicTorrents

NY 10036. • Componentes Atsushi Kojima • • ^ Bischoff, David (December 1994). "Opening the X-Files: Behind the Scenes of TV's Hottest Show". Omni. 17 (3). CS1 maint: ref=harv ( link) • This page was last edited on 9 June 2020, at 07:17 (UTC). • Scientific Community Bill would supersize NSF's budget—and role ... • Sensacine Website • software patent debate • Anti-copyright notice Brian Giacoppo Scientists in some European countries began negotiations with Elsevier and other academic publishers on introducing national open access. [61] [62] ... • Van der Sar E. Court Orders Shutdown of Libgen, Bookfi and Sci-Hub. [February 7, 2018]; TorrentFreak. 2015b The site's operation is financed by user donations. [3] Article sourcing [ edit ] • Gripe site • Cookie statement • November 2019 Open citations (links to open the citations from this article in various online reference manager services) • Commons-based peer production • Call For Papers Claire Fleming • Abril 2017 You can also visit a nearby Apple Store with your ID, or phone Apple on 0800 048 0408 in the UK, 800–692–7753 in the US or 133-622 in Australia. Home & Garden • PE & Sport ... (2017) Felder Kwek • This page was last edited on 10 June 2020, at 14:39 (UTC). • Oxenham S. Meet the Robin Hood of Science. [February 7, 2018]; Big Think. 2016 • Mark Rylance as James Halliday / Anorak the All-Knowing, the deceased co-creator of the OASIS who reveals after his death that an Easter Egg is hidden in the OASIS that grants control over the OASIS to its winner. James' avatar is a hooded wizard. Magdalena Janusinska-Surma H The court finds that Alexandra Elbakyan, Sci-Hub, and LibGen are “liable for willful copyright infringement” in a default judgment, since none of the defendants answered Elsevier’s complaint ( Schiermeier, 2017a; Van der Sar, 2017a; Sweet, 2017). The court issues a permanent injunction and orders the defendants to pay Elsevier $15 million, or $150,000 for each of 100 copyrighted works. The statutory damages, which the defendants do not intend to pay, now bear interest. • Toward a science of consciousness 2010 conference proceedings! For a while things go as Selden had foreseen: the Foundation becomes a haven of scientific progress, is challenged by the declining empire but emerges triumphant. But then something is thrown into the mix that Selden could not have anticipated: a mutant, the Mule, who emerges as an unpredictable power within the galaxy. And the Mule has heard rumours of a Second Foundation at the other end of the galaxy, and he's out to find it and destroy it. But what is this Second Foundation, and where is it hiding? Lena Waithe visual effects producer: ILM On March 19, 2017, Sci-Hub tweeted: “If you like the list of all DOI collected on Sci-Hub, here it is: … 62,835,101 DOI in alphabetical order”. The tweet included a download link for a file with the 62,835,101 DOIs that Sci-Hub claims to provide access to. Of these DOIs, 56,246,220 were part of the Crossref-derived catalog of scholarly articles, and 99.5% of the DOIs from Sci-Hub’s list were in the LibGen scimag repository (after filtering). Hence, the LibGen scimag and Sci-Hub repositories have largely stayed in sync since their split. On Twitter, the Sci-Hub account confirmed this finding, commenting “with a small differences, yes the database is the same”. Therefore, the LibGen scimag and Sci-Hub DOI catalogs can essentially be used interchangeably for research purposes. • Ablative Hosting ... If applicable, is the statistical analysis and its interpretation appropriate? • February 2014 • Barbus Barbus • In 2015, academic publisher Elsevier filed a legal complaint against SciHub alleging copyright infringement, and the subsequent lawsuit led to a loss of the original domain. It's always a tough choice making a Top 25 list as it excludes so many good books. To do justice to the some of the other books that deserve to be on the list, I've included an Honorable Mentions list after the Top 25 Science Fiction Books List. If you read everything on the Top 25, definitely read the Honorable Mentions Economic principles • Router • Technical report • Design of experiments ... 12PCbUDS4ho7vgSccmixKTHmq9qL2mdSns • 1337x 56. Elbakyan A. 2016 Why Sci-Hub is the true solution for Open Access: reply to criticism. Engineuring. See Sci-Hub’s coverage by oaDOI access status. Just a few things to note especially for those whom are new to Tor or VPN. First thing first get a VPN before even accessing Tor site to download the browser or even git hub. EVERYBODY in this world that is using the internet should do so via a safe VPN service. There are good solid VPN providers out there USE THEM, ExpressVPN is among the very best and the one I use so take your pick. • Van der Sar E. New Lawsuit Demands ISP Blockades Against “Pirate” Site Sci-Hub. [February 7, 2018]; TorrentFreak. 2017b B. Information use and sociology of information > BC. Information in society. Cambridge CB4 1YG “I knew about this fund firsthand. It was involved in the Higher School of Economics where I was studying,” Elbakyan says. So, she began writing posts presenting instances of Dynasty supporting liberal-leaning groups. She asserts that she didn’t want to “[argue] any kind of side.” But the posts read with surprising acrimony for someone ostensibly attempting to be objective. She dubbed Dynasty’s supporters “the Brigades of the ‘Dynasty.’” She also re-shared negative articles about Dynasty that were written by state-controlled media outlets, and even shared Photoshopped pictures doctored to cast Zimin in a blatantly suspicious light. • Enterprise Tech ... • Abstract • ^ Stone, Maddie (15 June 2015). "Academic Publishing Giant Fights to Keep Science Paywalled". Gizmodo. Gawker Media. Archived from the original on 6 October 2015 . Retrieved 5 October 2015. What is the relationship between Sci-Hub and Library Genesis projects? • Las bibliotecas ofrecemos muchas más cosas que acceso a los documentos, pero al no acceder a ella el profesional cree que sólo con el acceso al texto completo le basta, dejan de usar el resto de servicios: formación, atención al usuario, servicio de búsquedas bibliográficas, etc. • production secretary • Festival Foodies Here is a similar map, published in Science magazine. One’s eyes tell the story. Which single region – western Europe, India, Latin America – has more usage? • Books to read when you’re feeling low-energy • ^ Breznican, Anthony (July 14, 2017). "See an exclusive first look at Steven Spielberg's Ready Player One". Entertainment Weekly. Time. Archived from the original on July 17, 2017 . Retrieved March 23, 2018. ... Even for journals to which the university has access, Sci-Hub is becoming the go-to resource, says Gil Forsyth, another GWU engineering Ph.D. student. “If I do a search on Google Scholar and there’s no immediate PDF link, I have to click through to ‘Check Access through GWU’ and then it’s hit or miss,” he says. “If I put [the paper’s title or DOI] into Sci-Hub, it will just work.” He says that Elsevier publishes the journals that he has had the most trouble accessing. ... La historia personal de Elbakyan es como muchas otras: cuando era estudiante, necesitaba consultar artículos científicos, pero no tenía acceso fluido a ellos ni tampoco el dinero para descargarlos. A sus 22 años, Elbakyan se graduó en Ciencias de la Computación en la Universidad Técnica Nacional Kazaja en Almaty, Kazajistán, su tierra natal, y se especializó en seguridad informática. ArXiv currently holds around 1,4 million articles and its costs for 2017 were around 1 million dollars. Call it a dollar a year to archive a paper (although this cost of course also includes some “publisher” services, such as a submission system and a very rudimentary editorial review by peer moderators). A world where publishers would charge something of that order of magnitude, is, I suspect, a world where Monbiot would never have written that opinion piece. • ^ "Science Europe – cOAlition S". . Retrieved 15 September 2018. • Open Rights Group Pol Chanthasartratsamee Taken together, universities’ subscriptions to academic journals often cost $500,000 to $2 million. Even Harvard said in 2012 that it couldn’t afford journals’ rising fees, citing, in particular, two publishers that had inflated their rates by 145 percent within six years. Germany’s University of Konstanz dropped its subscription to Elsevier’s journals in 2014, saying its prices had increased by 30 percent in five years. An error occurred when we tried to process your request. • ^ Cass, Stephen (2 April 2009). "This Day in Science Fiction History – 2001: A Space Odyssey". Discover Magazine. • We don’t need animal experiments! We get our drugs from the pharmacy! construction accountant ... • ^ a b c d Rosenwald, Michael S. (30 March 2016). "This student put 50 million stolen research articles online. And they're free". The Washington Post. Archived from the original on 14 April 2019 . Retrieved 12 December 2018. ( by Anon • Entertainment Another resource which is a legal alternative to is Unpaywall. Craig Christian Sci-Hub • Savage (1973) • Legal aspects Les prédateurs : un… on Corrections to The Verge artic… Click once on the name to install. Confirm the addition and the new engine will appear in the search bar shortly. All of Apple's current Mac computers are being discounted, so whether you want the affordable MacBook Air or the powerful iMac Pro, you should be able to find a pretty sweet discount. (uncredited) ... ... • Xataka How to access SciHub? • 2 Views and controversies • ^ Kwon, Diana (20 February 2018). "Sci-Hub Loses Domains and Access to Some Web Services". The Scientist Magazine. Archived from the original on 22 November 2018 . Retrieved 23 October 2018. Heather Joseph, the executive director of open access advocacy group the Scholarly Publishing and Academic Resources Coalition, expresses similar concerns. ‘It is astonishing to see the overreach in lumping ISPs, search engines, web hosting sites and other service providers into the same category as Sci-Hub,’ she states. ‘These services have not infringed the ACS’s copyrights, and are not even named in the lawsuit – raising a hornets’ nest of concerns over their ability to continue to operate freely.’ distribution • Calidad Publisher: Pearson Education Limited ISBN: 9781292138183 Number of pages: 112 Weight: 347 g Dimensions: 295 x 210 x 10 mm You may also be interested in... • Windows Elbakyan declined to say exactly how she obtains the papers, but she did confirm that it involves online credentials: the user IDs and passwords of people or institutions with legitimate access to journal content. She says that many academics have donated them voluntarily. Publishers have alleged that Sci-Hub relies on phishing emails to trick researchers, for example by having them log in at fake journal websites. “I cannot confirm the exact source of the credentials,” Elbakyan told me, “but can confirm that I did not send any phishing emails myself.” Maeve Bluebell Wells Light • ^ a b c Bohannon, John (29 April 2016). "The frustrated science student behind Sci-Hub". Science. 352 (6285): 511. Bibcode: 2016Sci...352..511B. doi: 10.1126/science.352.6285.511. ... In this study, we use the term “toll access” (also known as “closed access”) to refer to paywalled literature ( Suber, 2017). On the other hand, we refer to literature that is free to read as “open access”. Furthermore, we discuss two variants of open access: “libre” and “gratis” ( Suber, 2017; Suber, 2008). Libre open access refers to literature that is openly licensed to allow reuse. Gratis open access refers to literature that is accessible free of charge, although permission barriers may remain (usually due to copyright) ( Himmelstein, 2016). File sharing networks Read Now ... Worldwide IP address: • ^ Кузнецов, Даниил (23 December 2016). "Пиратка года: До Сноудена или Ассанжа мне пока далеко" (in Russian). Life . Retrieved 21 October 2017. • Further reading [ edit ] Krishna Prasad T. • AbeBooks Aus/NZ digital artist • Privacy policy Regarding the hypothesis, "the more likely a paper is to be found on the web, the less likely it is in Sci-Hub", we evaluate this directly in the "Coverage by category of access status" section. This hypothesis appears true for most types of gratis web access. Compared to closed articles, bronze, hybrid, and gold OA articles are less likely to be in Sci-Hub. However, green articles (available without charge, but not from the publisher) do not seem have lower coverage than closed articles in Sci-Hub. The conclusion from the reviewers' comparison could therefore be rephrased as "the less gratis availability of a discipline's articles on the web (according to oaDOI), the greater the coverage on Sci-Hub." One possibility is that researchers from disciplines with poor oaDOI coverage more frequently encounter access problems, leading to greater awareness and usage of Sci-Hub. Article and author information • July 2010 J The version 1 preprint of this study is published ( Himmelstein et al., 2017a), generating headlines such as Science’s “subscription journals are doomed” ( McKenzie, 2017) and Inside Higher Ed’s “Inevitably Open” ( Fister, 2017). • Failed to load latest commit information. • Role of Women • Research Planning & Coordination Division ... • Creative Commons • Slipstream • Pages containing links to subscription-only content • Directo al Paladar México • Browser extensions Amazon Advertising Find, attract, and engage customers • Gnutella2 (2014) • Current Issue Dylan Robinson Sci-Hub was founded by Alexandra Elbakyan in 2011 in Kazakhstan in response to the high cost of research papers behind paywalls. The site is extensively used worldwide. [2] [3] In September 2019, the site's owners said that it served approximately 400,000 requests per day. [5] The number of articles claimed is frequently updated on the site's home page, being over 81 million in April 2020. • Gear Sci-Hub released article access records from its server logs, covering 165 days from September 2015 through February 2016 ( Elbakyan and Bohannon, 2016; Bohannon, 2016b). After processing, the logs contained 26,984,851 access events. Hence, Sci-Hub provided access to an average of 164,000 valid requests per day in late 2015–early 2016. • H Piwowar