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Did you know that Acrobat files can execute JavaScript? And the default setting is to just trust everything and run that crap. A .PDF file may look like it is just a picture of a printed page but it is more complicated in there than a Word document. Acrobat has all kinds of "interactivity" and "sharing" features that no one uses but can be exploited. And if you think using some other .PDF viewer will protect you, think again. They can have their own vulnerabilities. • Video on demand • 91 yaşındaki hastanın kanını çöpe atan hastane 341 Working at Brandeis • Sutton C. Is free inevitable in scholarly communication?: The economics of open access. College & Research Libraries News. 2011; 72:642–645. doi: 10.5860/crln.72.11.8671. [ CrossRef] [ Google Scholar]

You said: This is the most magical and well-written book I've read. The history of the partition of the Indian subcontinent told as a delightful allegory. by Marilynne Robinson This is an error with the application itself, not the platform. • Ingelfinger rule • Article PDF • give award • Search tips • White paper

• EDU 3030: Diversity, Pedagogy, and Social Change: Honors BS in Biology, Valedictorian, Magna Cum Laude HD video, audio, collaboration & chat Rooms and Workspaces View All Information For most publishers I work with, the pre-formatted version of the article doesn't belong to the journal and can be freely transmitted. Hence I was careful to write that the content of the articles, not the article itself, still belongs to the author (although this does vary by journal). Even for the formatted version of the article, I can share my articles with whomever I want. Sci-hub automates this process of sharing - but in a way that I as an author am 100% happy with for my articles. • Music piracy • Open-design movement ,

• Instructions for Authors collect ( dom-attr node 'href)))) In light of this reviewer feedback, we recently discussed the effect of Sci-Hub on the toll access business model in greater depth. While there is disagreement on the matter, we have added additional evidence and reasoning to the manuscript regarding these claims. • Piwowar H. Introducing oaDOI: resolve a DOI straight to OA. [February 7, 2018]; Impactstory Blog. 2016 Brachyplatystoma elbakyani. • - history 385,619 • • ICanHazPDF In practice, readers of the scholarly literature likely use a variety of methods for access. Figure 8 compares several of these methods, as well as their combinations. Users without institutional access may simply attempt to view an article on its publisher’s site. Based on our manual evaluation of 500 articles, we found 34.8% [30.7%–39.1%] of articles were accessible this way. The remaining 326 articles that were not accessible from their publisher’s site are considered toll access. oaDOI — a utility that redirects paywalled DOIs to gratis, licit versions, when possible ( Piwowar et al., 2018) — was able to access 15.3% [11.7%–19.5%] of these toll access articles, indicating that green open access is still limited in its reach. This remained true on the full set of 208,786 toll access articles from the State of OA dataset, where oaDOI only provided access to 12.4% [12.3%–12.6%]. Although oaDOI’s overall access rate was 37.0% [36.8%–37.2%], this access consisted largely of gold, hybrid, and bronze articles, whereby gratis access is provided by the publisher. C Elsevier files a civil suit against Sci-Hub and LibGen — at the respective domains and — in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York ( Van der Sar, 2015a; DeMarco et al., 2015a). The complaint seeks a “prayer for relief” that includes domain name seizure, damages, and “an order disgorging Defendants’ profits”. What are the causes of sprains in athletes? - Peter Kropotkin • August 2013 • Campus Visits Paperback $14.50 | $16.00 In general, a journal’s coverage was either nearly complete or near zero ( Figure 3). As a result, relatively few journals had coverage between 5–75%. At the extremes, 2,574 journals had zero coverage in Sci-Hub, whereas 2,095 journals had perfect coverage. Of zero-coverage journals, 22.2% were inactive, and 27.9% were open access. Of perfect-coverage journals, 81.6% were inactive, and 2.0% were open access. Hence, inactive, toll access journals make up the bulk of perfect-coverage journals. Основатели Kopernio надеются, что это приложение также продемонстрирует популярность тех или иных журналов и поможет самим научно-исследовательским институтам решить, подписка на какие журналы им действительно нужна. Want to know how that looks like?

• About Wikipedia • Index of college majors at The Princeton Review The claim, by “Frank”, was that the “majority” – i.e., more than 50% – of downloads were just from Western academics who were motivated by anti-publisher sentiment. I would like to see an acknowledgement from him that this was an incorrect claim. • History Research Paper Topics We used DOIs (Digital Object Identifiers) to uniquely identify articles. The Sci-Hub and LibGen scimag repositories also uniquely identify articles by their DOIs, making DOIs the natural primary identifier for our analyses. The DOI initiative began in 1997, and the first DOIs were registered in 2000 ( International DOI Foundation, 2017; Wang, 2007). Note that DOIs can be registered retroactively. For example, Antony van Leewenhoeck’s discovery of protists and bacteria — published in 1677 by Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London ( van Leewenhoeck, 1677) — has a DOI (10.1098/rstl.1677.0003), retroactively assigned in 2006. • History/Social Studies (7-12) • Outreach Thank you to everyone for your comments. When it comes to evidence I have to be careful; I cannot provide exact details without giving away our sources. I can say that we have been able to monitor activity patterns through log files and trace the source of the activity as being Sci-Hub, we have then gone on to monitor subsequent activity from the same source and we have seen all kinds of criminal activity coming from that source. • RARBG • Trinity Privacy For her actions in creating Sci-Hub, Elbakyan has been called a hero and "spiritual successor to Aaron Swartz" who in 2010 downloaded millions of academic articles from JSTOR. [9] [66] She has also been compared to Edward Snowden who has sought safety in Russia after having made numerous documents public in violation of American law. [66] She has also been called a modern-day " Robin Hood" and a "Robin Hood of science". [67] PSI’s research suggests that Sci-Hub has stolen log-in credentials from 373 universities in 39 countries, including more than 150 institutions in the U.S., said Pitts. The credentials were likely stolen through phishing attacks, he said. Sci-Hub browser extensions could also be used to track user activity and steal personal information, he said. 3. Reading and evaluating literature • Beads 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). Researcher to Reader (R2R) Debate: Is Sci-Hub Good or Bad for Scholarly Communication? • Esposito JJ. Sci-Hub moves to the center of the ecosystem. [February 7, 2018]; The Scholarly Kitchen. 2017 За несколько суток, думаю, можно и пару тысяч наскрести, воспользовавшись имеющими отношение к университету пабликами. Там, наверняка, люди, в курсе о тонкой душевной организации девушки, найдутся. Где-нибудь, десяток на пару тысяч человек. • CS1 French-language sources (fr) The Scholarly Kitchen is a moderated and independent blog. Opinions on The Scholarly Kitchen are those of the authors. They are not necessarily those held by the Society for Scholarly Publishing nor by their respective employers. • Podcast • Technical report National Book Award-winning authors got together to select what was, in their opinions, 100 life-changing books. - National Book Award Updated readme • Delete Esperanto css Ivy W, Facebook • save • Our products can be tailored to each Key Stage, year group, subject, house or staff role – all with the exact content that you decide to include. You do not have to build from generic sections, or include a set number of pages at the front or back – we certainly won’t expect you to design them; that’s our job!,30_IL.31,39_IN170.htm • blockchain (2) Consider subsections. If you have a lot of information to include in the education section of your resume, consider breaking this section into subsections. The main section might include your schools and degrees, and then you can have other sections such as “Awards and Honors,” “Certifications,” and “Professional Development.” If you held a leadership role in a school-affiliated organization (such as a club, sport, or Greek organization), you can list that below the Awards and Honors line. I am a huge advocate for Sci Hub and fully believe they are forwarding knowledge in the interest of humanity against the giants like Elsevier but do we have to be careful as users? • MSF • save This project was performed entirely in the open, via the GitHub repository greenelab/scihub. Several authors of this study became involved after we mentioned their usernames in GitHub discussions. This project’s fully transparent and online model enabled us to assemble an international team of individuals with complementary expertise and knowledge. • gökhan gönül 31 Peer review isn’t the expensive part; reviewers are not paid. Those sketchy journals are all pay-to-publish, same as most open access journals. You’re thinking of preprint websites like arxiv, which aren’t intended to replace peer-review. Google takes abuse of its services very seriously. We're committed to dealing with such abuse according to the laws in your country of residence. When you submit a report, we'll investigate it and take the appropriate action. We'll get back to you only if we require additional details or have more information to share. • December • Different types of stem cells and their usage In general, a journal’s coverage was either nearly complete or near zero ( Figure 3). As a result, relatively few journals had coverage between 5–75%. At the extremes, 2,574 journals had zero coverage in Sci-Hub, whereas 2,095 journals had perfect coverage. Of zero-coverage journals, 22.2% were inactive, and 27.9% were open access. Of perfect-coverage journals, 81.6% were inactive, and 2.0% were open access. Hence, inactive, toll access journals make up the bulk of perfect-coverage journals. Figures issued by Sci-Hub itself say the top four countries for downloading are China (way in front), followed by India, Iran and Brazil. Please acknowledge that it is not proven that the “majority” (i.e., more than 50%) of downloads are from virtue-signalling Western academics, as you claimed. • Kaiser J. Are preprints the future of biology? A survival guide for scientists. Science. 2017 doi: 10.1126/science.aaq0747. [ CrossRef] [ Google Scholar] • International Students • Pivotal publications: are there any influential theories or studies that changed the direction of the field? • September 2016 • Backup • Gay, bisexual, and transgender - differences & similarities • RetroShare • Login • - askscience • Ultimate Science Gifts • Podcast ► • gıda dedektifi'ne meb soruşturması 62 Language arts HOMER • Stimulator Accessories Sci-Hub and Elbakyan were sued twice for copyright infringement in the United States in 2015 and 2017, and lost both cases, leading to loss of some of its Internet domain names. [6] The site has cycled through different domain names [a] since then. [2] The Rise and Fall of the Third Reich, by William L. Shirer • Darknet For most teachers this will be GCSE’s, A levels and degree, along with any vocational teaching qualifications. View photo · • Open-source hardware 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). • WinMX • 4 See also Sci-Hub does not restrict itself to only openly licensed content. Instead, it retrieves and distributes scholarly literature without regard to copyright. Readers should note that, in many jurisdictions, use of Sci-Hub may constitute copyright infringement. Users of Sci-Hub do so at their own risk. This study is not an endorsement of using Sci-Hub, and its authors and publishers accept no responsibility on behalf of readers. There is a possibility that Sci-Hub users — especially those not using privacy-enhancing services such as Tor — could have their usage history unmasked and face legal or reputational consequences. • ^ Monbiot, George (29 August 2011). "Academic publishers make Murdoch look like a socialist | George Monbiot". the Guardian. Archived from the original on 7 March 2019 . Retrieved 10 March 2019. Unpaywall is a website built by Impactstory, a nonprofit working to make science more open and reusable online. They are supported by grants from the National Science Foundation and the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation. What they do is gather all the articles they can from all the open-access repositories on the internet. These are papers that have been provided by the authors or publishers for free, and thus Unpaywall is completely legal. They say they have about 50-85% of all scientific articles available in their archive. Works with Chrome or Firefox. We said: A coming-of-age tale of teenage rebellion, set in a winner-takes-all world of drive-ins, drag races and switchblades. It created an anti-hero from the wrong side of the class divide – all written when S. E. Hinton was just 17. ‘Stay gold Ponyboy… stay gold’. • sci-hub .st • ^ a b c d Alexandra Elbakyan (2 July 2017). "Some facts on Sci-Hub that Wikipedia gets wrong". Archived from the original on 3 December 2017 . Retrieved 30 April 2018. • türkiye'nin en güzel plajı 208 • ^ a b "Sci-Hub отметил восьмилетие". 6 September 2019. Archived from the original on 21 October 2019 . Retrieved 22 October 2019. movements • Instructional Initiatives & Resources Unpaywall • • Does grade inflation take place in the United States? • Atoms (Elsavier has sold me some crap microcontroller books at exorbitant textbook prices, so no love from me) … Ernest Hemingway on Writing by Larry W. Phillips — There’s no point in denying it; Hemingway is one of the best writers in modern history. And this little book is a collection of letters he sent to his editor, friends, and other authors. This book is not only packed with writing advice. It also shows Hemingway’s character. He was a funny guy who took satisfaction in what he did. In 2017 a species of parasitoid wasps discovered by Russian and Mexican entomologists was named after Elbakyan ( Idiogramma elbakyanae). [28] Elbakyan was offended by this, writing, "If you analyse the situation with scientific publications, the real parasites are scientific publishers, and Sci-Hub, on the contrary, fights for equal access to scientific information." [29] Following this event, and in the context of her long-running tense relations with the liberal, pro-Western wing of the Russian scientific community, she blocked access to Sci-Hub for users from the Russian Federation. [30] Sci-Hub access was later restored to Russia and Elbakyan said in an interview that many fans contacted her and convinced her "that the opinion of the so-called 'science popularizers' who attacked me on the Internet cannot be considered the opinion of the scientific community." [31] The Russian entomologist responsible for naming the wasp stated that he supports Sci-Hub, and that in any event, the naming was not an insult, in particular because parasitoids are closer to predators than to parasites. [32] • Cameras • Björk B-C. Scholarly journal publishing in transition- from restricted to open access. Electronic Markets. 2017; 27:101–109. doi: 10.1007/s12525-017-0249-2. [ CrossRef] [ Google Scholar] • 5 Notes • nurture At the conclusion of this chapter, you will be able to: Discovery Learning and Inquiry • - Showerthoughts • ↑ Российским ученым закрыли доступ к научной интернет-базе Sci-Hub JANE SMITH, Ed. D Our planner page ideas come as part of our free planner information packs, but you can also access them online. There are hundreds of tried and tested page ideas for you to use or modify for your planner. Так как буквы o и p находятся рядом на клавиатуре, а надпись и ссылку надо вводить отдельно и при этом сама ссылка не видна если не наводить на неё курсором, то видимо это просто опечатка, а автор не подумал что надо будет проверить ссылку на работоспособность, так как внешне она выглядит правильной. Всё просто и вряд ли тут есть злой умысел. Upload documents to print on campus • RetroShare Text (Research article) Hillary Clinton: The web was built specifically to share research papers amongst scientists. Despite this being the first goal of the modern web, most research is still published behind a paywall. We have recently highlighted famous math papers that reside behind a paywall as well as ten papers that have achieved a near rockstar status in research and the public. Here we systematically look at the top one hundred cited papers of all time and find that 65\%65%​ of these papers are not open. Stated another way, the world’s most important research is inaccessible from the majority of the world. History [ edit ] The prices rise because a few top players have positioned themselves with the power to ratchet them up with impunity. Over half of all research, according to one study, is now published by the big five of academic publishing: Reed-Elsevier, Wiley-Blackwell, Springer, Taylor & Francis, and, depending on the metric, either the American Chemical Society or Sage Publishing. That’s a significant change from 1973, when only 20 percent of these kinds of papers were published by the big five. And that’s just for natural and medical science papers; the social sciences have it worse. In 1973, only one in 10 articles debuted in the big five’s pages; now it’s more than half. For some fields, such as psychology, 71 percent of all papers now go through these players. • FOI • CEEDAR advanced search: by author, subreddit... Alexandra Elbakyan at a conference at Harvard (2010) During the maintenance window, product publication will be delayed and the following access point might experience periods of downtime: • Contact Wikipedia • Publication Ethics Sci-Hub does not restrict itself to only openly licensed content. Instead, it retrieves and distributes scholarly literature without regard to copyright regimes. Readers should note that, in many jurisdictions, use of Sci-Hub may constitute copyright infringement. Users of Sci-Hub do so at their own risk. This study is not an endorsement of using Sci-Hub, and its authors and publishers accept no responsibility on behalf of readers. There is a possibility that Sci-Hub users — especially those not using privacy-enhancing services such as Tor — could have their usage history unmasked and face consequences, both legal or reputational in nature. • Birleşik Krallık Thank you Gabriel for putting some common sense in – and providing figures that show more than 50% of downloads are NOT from Western countries. Thank you also Gabriel for providing some insight into user motivations. The map is far less useful in presentation terms, and possibly disagrees with Gabriel’s figures, so at minimum the claim that the majority of Sci-Hub usage is from Western countries is controversial. . Apologies to Frank for putting words in his mouth, He indeed said the majority of usage of Sci-Hub was by Westerners for a “pseudo revolutionary lark” – but without providing any evidence of that particular motivation claim. Frank, you will see that I have no problems at all about apologising when I make a mistake. How about you now apologising for making a claim for which you have no supporting evidence? The source code data analysis and interactive browser associated with this study are available at the following GitHub repositories: (copy archived at (copy archived at (copy archived at (copy archived at (copy archived at (copy archived at What is being asserted by the authors here is that Sci-Hub is launching password-cracking attacks *itself* and then using the credentials as a revenue source. Additionally they imply that someone from Sci-Hub planted (plants?) malware. Perhaps there is good evidence for these claims, but it isn’t in this article. • Work • Timmeh7 Computer Science / Prof / UK • Start and finish date • Graduate Students Google Scholar lets you search full text of scholarly literature across an array of publishing formats and disciplines. The web search engine index includes most peer-reviewed online journals of Europe and America’s largest scholarly publishers, plus scholarly books and other non-peer reviewed journals. • References That’s where your child comes in. Using drag-and-drop programming instructions, they’ll help R-obbie reach the fuel levels he needs to get back home. -v, --verbose increase output verbosity И многие на хабре в том числе этого не считывают совершенно. Если человек позволяет себе подобные передергивания по какому-то поводу (а он так далеко не раз или два делал) — какая ему вера, что он так же грязно не передергивает постоянно? Да никакой. You said: A post-apocalyptic novel, about intolerance, loneliness, friendship, and what it means to be human. A fantastic sci-fi novel, as relevant today as it was in the 50s. According to Elbakyan, communism and science share a common mission, which she refers to as “scientific communism.” It’s a concept she came to borrow from the 20th century American sociologist Robert Merton, who founded the sociology of science, a study of science as a social practice. (Merton coined influential terms such as “self-fulfilling prophecy,” “role model,” and “unintended consequences.”) Most influential to Elbakyan were Merton’s “ norms,” which were what he considered to be the defining characteristics of science: universalism, disinterestedness, organized skepticism, and, of course, communism. (Throughout our interview, she’s still quick to rattle off quotes from Merton, declaring, “The communism of the scientific ethos is incompatible with the definition of technology as ‘private property’ in a capitalistic economy.”) • July 2014 Since laboratories were introduced in the late 1800s, the goals of high school science education have changed. Today, high school science education aims to provide scientific literacy for all as part of a liberal education and to prepare students for further study, work, and citizenship. This kind of peer review already happens in academia, and is arguably more powerful than the journal’s picks. When I was in the game, I never read any given journal back-to-back — who has the time? — but I would always get a copy of a paper that one of my colleagues or advisors said was good. • Careers • EBSCO Five Year Journal Price Increase History (2013-2017) [February 7, 2018]; EBSCO. 2017 • Web Accessibility Именно научное мышление должен демонстрировать ученый. Но Панчин не ученый, он пропагандист своих воззрений. • Butter Project and ELL learners. Courses are designed for vocational trainers, educational consultants, human resource specialists and those practising or planning a career as trainers in the educational, industrial, commercial, voluntary and community sectors. This course aims to develop the knowledge and skills of training […] • Importance of science experiments kits It was charged that the system of education at Eton failed in every point. Be clear: No-one beats anyone. No one starves anyone. Read ‘The Underground Railway’ as a starter and come back then to say there is slave labour scholarly communications. • More Best Products ► (4) • Best iPhone Deals Please retweet to your friends,help us become stronger! • Cost Cutting Tips Sci-Hub activity on 5 February 2016. • Browse Funding Opportunities A-Z • Rocketry & Flight • Grant finder • Ingelfinger rule • Submit Manuscript • Broadening Participation/Diversity David Nicholas is a director of CIBER Research Ltd, an independent research company specialising in scholarly communications. He is also an adjunct professor at the University of Tennessee. Other members of the Harbingers research group contributed to this blog:, Abrizah Abdullah, Chérifa Boukacem-Zeghmouri, Blanca Rodríguez Bravo, Marzena Świgoń, Jie Xu, Eti Herman and David Clark • Sweet RW. Judgement – Document #87 of Elsevier Inc. v. Sci-Hub – Case 1:15-cv-04282-RWS. [February 7, 2018]; Southern District Court of New York. 2017