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And unfortunately for Cline, his work reads like a compendium of all the aspects of nerd culture that critics have come see as a breeding ground for Gamergate. How Gamergate killed Ready Player One A scene from Ready Player One Warner Bros. • chemical reactions take place in only three different ways: • Internet Archive Links are the language of the internet, the way information is shared, and people shouldn't be punished for doing this, said Stoltz. Scenic painter The numbers for Ashburn, Virginia, the top U.S. city with nearly 100,000 Sci-Hub requests, are harder to interpret. The George Washington University (GWU) in Washington, D.C., has its science and technology campus there, but Ashburn is also home to Janelia Research Campus, the elite Howard Hughes Medical Institute outpost, as well as the servers of the Wikimedia Foundation, the headquarters of the online encyclopedia Wikipedia. Spokespeople for the latter two say their employees are unlikely to account for the traffic. The GWU press office responded defensively, sending me to an online statement that the university recently issued about the impact of journal subscription rate hikes on its library budget. “Scholarly resources are not luxury goods,” it says. “But they are priced as though they were.” Mert Yamak • Monopolies of knowledge Ну тут есть тонкий момент, ремонт не бесплатен, жильцы платят квартплату УК в том числе и за ремонт. И вот когда ты ежемесячно оплачиваешь ремонт, а потом делаешь его за свой счёт, возникает очень неприятное чувство, что тебя нагло поимели. stunt double: Olivia Cooke - Additional Photography • February 2010 Veronica on Sci-Hub and Alexandra basic… • ^ "Les éditeurs scientifiques se liguent contre la piraterie". L'Echo (in French). 16 October 2019 . Retrieved 14 January 2020. ... • Anyway, my real issue is – is there any reason to believe sci-hub is injecting malware into the PDFs they make available for download? They -could- be, but my virus scanner says no. Number of papers downloaded from Sci-Hub per capita by country (September 2015 to February 2016) [12] [3] catering crew assistant • 8 External links (2014) Andrew Popplestone 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! Sci-Hub • Web Censorship

• Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (1989) [ reply to this | link to this | view in chronology ] • In Zotero click "Tools" in the top menu bar and then click "Addons" • eDonkey ... Kevin Wells • do: This extension is useful for those that are always busy all through the day that they might need a reminder for their planning for the day. This extension makes it possible for your browser to synchronize with other apps on your phone to create a to-do list for you. Notes, tasks, reminders can be created via other apps and with the help of this extension, it would be reflected on your browser. “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.,” states Sci-hub’s website. Sheriff Goes All In On Violating The First Amendment After Assaulting A Protester For Carrying A 'F*CK TRUMP' Sign (53) • Open-design movement • I2P • - dataisbeautiful

Situs libgen juga sama, ada banyak situs libgen dan kadang2 ganti domain karena diblokir. Beberapa link yg ada di libgen ada yg udah dihapus, tinggal coba aja satu2 dari 4 link yg ditawarkan. • Technologies Moreover, open access mandates from UK funders and the REF 2021 requirement that all journal articles and conference proceedings from 1 April 2016 are open access have meant a further increase in publisher profits but without this being matched by an increasing open access availability of newly published research. It is estimated that 80% of all new articles published in 2018 will be behind a paywall. Clearly this situation leads to many frustrations and inequities, where access to publicly funded research is often not freely available to either researchers or the public (“walk-in” access via public libraries is not a practical solution). Sci-Hub seemingly offers a solution by providing free access at the point of use with none of the additional burden of access management demanded by institutional providers (indeed, much Sci-Hub use is in evidence around university campuses, where access to journals is often not a problem). Image credit: Alexander Sinn, via Unsplash (licensed under a CC0 1.0 license). So, what are our objections to Sci-Hub? • Publishing in Open Access In 2015, Elsevier sued the piracy site AvaxHome for $37.5 million. Then, the UK-based Publishing Association, of which Elsevier was a member, and the AAP, where Elsevier was joined by closely associated publisher, the American Chemical Society ( ACS), also successfully filed an injunction against a slew of ebook pirates — including AvaxHome, LibGen, Ebookee, Freebookspot, Freshwap, Bookfi, and Bookre — mandating that ISPs block customers’ access to them. Later, it also attempted to force Cloudflare, an internet security service, to turn over logs that would identify the operators of LibGen and Bookfi. This piece was an eye-opener for me. I’ve always been opposed to Sci-Hub (and have said so publicly many times) because of its massive copyright infringements, but had no idea about the other criminality it potentially involves. 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.

In her much reprinted 1976 essay "Science Fiction and Mrs Brown," [221] Le Guin asked: "Can a science fiction writer write a novel?"; and answered: "I believe that all novels, . . . deal with character, and that it is to express character–not to preach doctrines, sing songs, or celebrate the glories of the British Empire, that the form of the novel, so clumsy, verbose, and undramatic, so rich, elastic, and alive, has been evolved. . . . The great novelists have brought us to see whatever they wish us to see through some character. Otherwise they would not be novelists, but poets, historians, or pamphleteers." Orson Scott Card, best known for his 1985 science fiction novel Ender's Game, has postulated that in science fiction the message and intellectual significance of the work is contained within the story itself and, therefore, does not need stylistic gimmicks or literary games. [222] [223] • Ronkẹ Adékoluẹjo as Sorrento's Assistant. Chemistry Jacob G Levernier is in Library Technology Services and Strategic Initiatives, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, United States Contribution Data curation, Software, Formal analysis, Validation, Investigation, Methodology, Writing—review and editing Competing interests No competing interests declared "This ORCID iD identifies the author of this article:" We’d like to thank the individuals, not listed as authors, who provided comments on GitHub issues or pull requests. Specifically, Ross Mounce, Richard Smith-Unna, Guillaume Cabanac, and Stuart Taylor provided valuable input while the study was underway. In addition, we’re grateful to GitHub for offering gratis Large File Storage as part of their education program. Reviewing Editor ( by Anon ... We find strong evidence that Sci-Hub is primarily used to circumvent paywalls. In particular, users accessed articles from toll access journals much more frequently than open access journals. Additionally, within toll access journals, Sci-Hub provided higher coverage of articles in the closed and green categories (paywalled by the publisher) as opposed to the hybrid and bronze categories (available gratis from the publisher). Accordingly, many users likely only resort to Sci-Hub when access through a commercial database is cumbersome or costly. Finally, we observed evidence that Sci-Hub’s primary operational focus is circumventing paywalls rather than compiling all literature, as archiving was deactivated in 2015 for several journals that exemplify openness. Attesting to its success in this mission, Sci-Hub’s database already contains more toll access articles than are immediately accessible via the University of Pennsylvania, a leading research university. (Image credit: Penguin Random House) ... ... Any systems librarian can tell you of incidences where university-wide access has been “cut off” by publishers due to what is considered to be excessive downloading. As one publisher has explained, it is very difficult to determine genuine text and data mining activity from Sci-Hub “attacks” (their words). Significantly, UK Government advice relating to the text and data mining exception to copyright states that copyright owners are entitled to restrict access to their material if they feel the performance of their systems is being reduced by excessive downloading. There is no question that publishers have seized upon this advice (which has never been tested legally) as an excuse to threaten to cut off access to libraries where genuine text and data mining activities are performed. Combining access methods can also be synergistic. Specifically when including open access articles, combining Sci-Hub’s repository with oaDOI’s or Penn’s access increased coverage from around 85% to 95%. The benefits of oaDOI were reduced when only considering toll access articles, where oaDOI only improved Sci-Hub’s or Penn’s coverage by approximately 1%. On toll access articles, Penn’s access appeared to complement Sci-Hub’s. Together, Sci-Hub’s repository and Penn’s access covered approximately 96% of toll access articles [95.0%–98.6% (manual set), 95.9%–96.1% (automated set)]. Our findings suggest that users with institutional subscriptions comparable to those at Penn as well as knowledge of oaDOI and Sci-Hub are able to access over 97% of all articles [96.7%–99.1% (manual set), 97.3%–97.5% (automated set)], online and without payment. Coverage of recently cited articles • Preprint • Travel Strech D, Dirnagl U. 3Rs missing: animal research without scientific value is unethical. BMJ Open Science 2019;3:e000035. • Inspector Gadget (1999) first assistant sound: dailies, mo cap unit • • English • ^ a b Banks, Marcus (31 May 2016). "Sci-Hub: What It Is and Why It Matters". American Libraries. Archived from the original on 18 September 2016 . Retrieved 23 August 2016. • Coturnix Coturnix (2017) • Medicine/Diseases Blood vessel injury may spur disease's fatal second phase • Phone • CS1 maint: numeric names: authors list • Level One: 0008 Code 60 Essential Student Discounts Across Canada You Need To Know About ... • ^ "Science Europe – cOAlition S". . Retrieved 15 September 2018. • The Making Of • Podcast CB SyR 270: bariones perdidos, espuma cuántica, pasta nuclear y otras noticias This traffic may have been sent by malicious software, a browser plug-in, or a script that sends automated requests. If you share your network connection, ask your administrator for help — a different computer using the same IP address may be responsible. Learn more Library Genesis Gospel Singer • TV Schedule • ^ a b Chawla, Dalmeet Singh (6 November 2017). "Court demands that search engines and internet service providers block Sci-Hub". Science | AAAS. Archived from the original on 23 November 2017 . Retrieved 7 November 2017. Web of Science: 103,491 articles published between 2009–2015 and classified as citable items in Web of Science. Coronavirus • Modelos de negocio • Gen-Ética - Lluís Montoliu • Robotics An academic society that promotes rigorous research directed toward understanding the nature, function, and underlying mechanisms of consciousness Correction February 9, 12:45AM ET: This article has been corrected to give James Milne’s actual first name. It has also been updated to note that the Sci-Hub shutdown in Russia was temporary, and to note some traditional publishers have processing fees as well. • December 2015 Fax • ^ "European countries demand that publicly funded research should be free to all". The Economist. 15 September 2018 . Retrieved 13 September 2018. • Sardegna • CS1 maint: numeric names: authors list View conversation · • Accessibility Statement • ^ Fernández-Ramos, Andrés; Rodríguez Bravo, María Blanca; Alvite Díez, María Luisa; Santos de Paz, Lourdes; Morán Suárez, María Antonia; Gallego Lorenzo, Josefa; Olea Merino, Isabel (2019). "Evolution of the big deals use in the public universities of the Castile and Leon region, Spain = Evolución del uso de los big deals en las universidades públicas de Castilla y León". El profesional de la información (in Spanish). 28 (6). doi: 10.3145/epi.2019.nov.19. dressings props: dailies Many of the former members of Sci-Hub’s vKontakte group say that they simply got booted for supporting Dynasty. One scientist, Dmitry Perekalin of Nesmeyanov Institute, said that Elbakyan asked her group to vote on which was better for Russian science, Sci-Hub or Dynasty. “I wrote that it was a false dilemma and was immediately banned,” Perekalin said in a vKontakte post. Ultimately, Elbakyan shut down Sci-Hub in Russia for several days (though many people could still access it through Virtual Private Networks). Alternative Choice 2: The City and the Stars is set a billion years in the future when the people of the enclosed and computer-controlled city of Diaspar believe they are the last humans on earth. But one person leaves Diaspar and discovers another community, Lys, an oasis where people have rejected the technology of Diaspar. By bringing the two communities together, a new future in space is opened up. • Ingelfinger rule Grady Cofer To catalog all scholarly articles, we relied on the Crossref database. Crossref is a DOI Registration Agency (an entity capable of assigning DOIs) for scholarly publishing ( Lammey, 2014). There are presently 10 Registration Agencies. We estimate that Crossref has registered 67% of all DOIs in existence. While several Registration Agencies assign DOIs to scholarly publications, Crossref is the preeminent registrar. In March 2015, of the 1,464,818 valid DOI links on the English version of Wikipedia, 99.9% were registered with Crossref ( Kikkawa et al., 2016). This percentage was slightly lower for other languages: 99.8% on Chinese Wikipedia and 98.0% on Japanese Wikipedia. Hence, the overwhelming majority of DOI-referenced scholarly articles are registered with Crossref. Since Crossref has the most comprehensive and featureful programmatic access, there was a strong incentive to focus solely on Crossref-registered DOIs. Given Crossref’s preeminence, the omission of other Registration Agencies is unlikely to substantially influence our findings. • Books of the Month • Stargate (1994) ... • Woolston C. Paper piracy sparks online debate. Nature. 2016 doi: 10.1038/nature.2016.19841. [ CrossRef] [ Google Scholar] • Enable Javascript to log in As mentioned before, Sci-Hub didn’t pay before. • ^ Ernesto Van der Sar (31 March 2019). "French ISPs Ordered to Block Sci-Hub and LibGen". TorrentFreak. Archived from the original on 6 April 2019 . Retrieved 9 April 2019. • ^ Jaschik, Scott (8 August 2016). "Letter from publishers' group adds to debate over Sci-Hub and librarians who study it". Inside Higher Ed. Archived from the original on 14 August 2016 . Retrieved 29 August 2016. • American Journal of Scientific and Industrial Research Elbakyan also answered nearly every question I had about her operation of the website, interaction with users, and even her personal life. Among the few things she would not disclose is her current location, because she is at risk of financial ruin, extradition, and imprisonment because of a lawsuit launched by Elsevier last year. Companies: elsevier, libgen, sci-hub • Toronto Einsichten eines Wissenschaftsnarren (6): You can find links to Sci-Hub on Wikipedia ( or WikiData ( • API use cases Deja un comentario Cancelar respuesta visual effects editor: ILM The website Sci-Hub, now in its sixth year of existence, provides gratis access to scholarly literature, despite the continued presence of paywalls. Sci-Hub brands itself as “the first pirate website in the world to provide mass and public access to tens of millions of research papers.” The website, started in 2011, is run by Alexandra Elbakyan, a graduate student and native of Kazakhstan who now resides in Russia ( Bohannon, 2016a; Schiermeier, 2015). Elbakyan describes herself as motivated to provide universal access to knowledge ( Elbakyan, 2016a; Elbakyan, 2015; Milova, 2017). Past research sheds some light on Sci-Hub’s reach. From the Spring of 2013 until the end of 2014, Sci-Hub relied on the Library Genesis (LibGen) scimag repository to store articles ( Elbakyan, 2017). Whenever a user requested an article, Sci-Hub would check LibGen for a copy. If the article was not in LibGen, Sci-Hub would fetch the article for the user and then upload it to LibGen. Cabanac compared the number of articles in the LibGen scimag database at the start of 2014 to the total number of Crossref DOIs, estimating that LibGen contained 36% of all published scholarly articles ( Cabanac, 2016). Coverage was higher for several prominent publishers: 77% for Elsevier, 73% for Wiley, and 53% for Springer (prior to its merger with Macmillan/Nature; Van Noorden, 2015). ... • ^ "Plan S: Accelerating the transition to full and immediate Open Access to scientific publications" (PDF). Science Europe. 4 September 2018 . Retrieved 13 September 2018. In the year 2045, the world is gripped by an energy crisis and global warming, causing widespread social problems and economic stagnation. The primary escape for most people is a virtual universe called the OASIS, which is accessed with a visor and haptic gloves. It functions both as an MMORPG and as a virtual society, with its currency being the most stable currency in the world. It was created by James Halliday, who has recently died. His will left a series of clues towards an Easter Egg within the OASIS that would grant whoever found it both his fortune and control of the OASIS itself, effectively making the winner the richest person in the world. This has led to an intense interest in all aspects of 80's pop culture, which Halliday made clear would be essential to finding his egg. • ↑ 1 2 Александра Элбакян: о либералах, троллинге и блокировке Sci-Hub в России Recent Posts Beau Garcia • Peter Sunde • ^ 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. James Darnbrough Subject content – Physics production secretary: Los Angeles What do you see when you go to an aquarium? Using photographs as a stimulus, children will think about what they see at an aquarium before designing, making and evaluating their own model aquarium. Read More Read More ... • Instructions for Authors • Rogers J. Walking away from the American Chemical Society. [February 7, 2018]; Attempting Elegance. 2012 • Bengali science fiction • Pop TV • Financing Aunque hemos incluido la opción de solicitar el artículo por Twitter y comentamos que no será legal siempre, queremos comentar el caso de Sci-Hub. Sé que muchos de vosotros usáis esta opción para acceder de manera inmediata a los artículos, muchas veces pertenecientes a revistas de pago y que no suele ser fácil conseguir. Por un lado, personalmente, entiendo que un usuario utilice esta puerta de acceso a los artículos: sólo necesitas el identificador del artículo o su url para, en 2 clicks, llegar al pdf. Sin embargo, como bibliotecaria, te advierto de los inconvenientes de su uso: The logs do not indicate whether requests were fulfilled. However, if a requested article wasn’t in Sci-Hub’s database, Sci-Hub would have attempted to retrieve it and store it for future use. Therefore, we can estimate fulfillment rates by assuming that articles currently in Sci-Hub’s database were available in the past, at the time of request. Bryant Mudd • v We use cookies to give you the best possible experience on our site. By continuing to use the site you agree to our use of cookies. Find out more. © Waterstones, 2020. Waterstones Booksellers Limited. Registered in England and Wales. Company number 00610095. Registered office address: 203-206 Piccadilly, London, W1J 9HD. Joe Henderson Win Morisaki as Toshiro Yoshiaki / Daito • switch to the • Restaurants Description downloads: total number of times the article was accessed • Entertainment • April 2014 previs artist Sc3/4.2 Forces and Magnets ... • Tech Combining access methods can also be synergistic. Specifically when including open access articles, combining Sci-Hub’s repository with oaDOI’s or Penn’s access increased coverage from around 85% to 95%. The benefits of oaDOI were reduced when only considering toll access articles, where oaDOI only improved Sci-Hub’s or Penn’s coverage by approximately 1%. On toll access articles, Penn’s access appeared to complement Sci-Hub’s. Together, Sci-Hub’s repository and Penn’s access covered approximately 96% of toll access articles [95.0%–98.6% (manual set), 95.9%–96.1% (automated set)]. Our findings suggest that users with institutional subscriptions comparable to those at Penn as well as knowledge of oaDOI and Sci-Hub are able to access over 97% of all articles [96.7%–99.1% (manual set), 97.3%–97.5% (automated set)], online and without payment. • Loyola Initiatives Perdita Weeks Carl Wilson Mycologist ... Content license • Homework Gnome: History These developments are happening in the context of library budgets that are increasingly burdened by subscription costs, as mentioned in our Introduction. Since our manuscript submission, SPARC released a Big Deal Cancellation Tracker, which supports our observation that large-scale subscription cancellations are becoming more prevalent. We now reference this resource as well as the latest coverage of the Project DEAL negations with Elsevier in Germany. We also cover the domain name suspensions following the ACS suit judgment and Sci-Hub's re-emergence at several new domains. We modified a few sentences to make it clear that our assessment of Sci-Hub's disruptive influence is a prediction and not a certainty. • Gnutella Harshal Patil Emma MacDonnell The legality of the site itself is dubious, but there are not likely legal consequences for simply using the site, especially if there is no monetary gain for the user. XXXXXX XXXXXX Phone: (+44) XXX XX08 987X Remember that weird Tom Cruise movie Edge of Tomorrow? Well, that story—of a soldier who dies over and over again, stuck in a loop on the day of a big battle—started its life as an acclaimed 2004 novel from Japanese author Hiroshi Sakurazaka. Translated into English and published in the U.S. in 2009, All You Need is Kill is light, action-packed, and clever. Old Man’s War by John Scalzi (4.24 – 135,103) • • $100,000 - $124,999 22 Unfortunately, yes. But there are two ways around it: • ^ Lewis, Danny (22 August 2016). "Soon Everyone Will Be Able to Read NASA-Funded Research". Archived from the original on 25 August 2016 . Retrieved 23 August 2016. ... • Open source Art3mis is intelligent, brave, kind, spunky, independent, selfless, funny, and bold. She is extremely knowledgeable of "gunter" culture. Art3mis is fiercely protective of her freedom and doesn't like to rely on anyone else — especially when it comes to gunting. Furthermore, Art3mis doesn't wear her heart on her sleeve; while Wade confesses his undying love for her, she remains hesitant and cautious, believing online romance to be impossible. Her refusal to return that four-letter word to Wade implies that she's motivated by her goals as a gunter as opposed to those as a love-hungry teenager. • Drama • Metrics and Analytics • KickassTorrents Emergency physician MA (Oxon) MBChB (Edin) FACEM FFSEM with a passion for rugby; medical history; medical education; and informatics. Asynchronous learning #FOAMed evangelist. Co-founder and CTO of Life in the Fast lane ... ... • Signed & Special Editions dressing props dressings props View photo · • Instead of saying “it’s ok, I’ll go to Sci-Hub” when looking for the full text of an output, ask why they are condoning using a blatantly illegal service. 2. No one but the founder is operating Sci-Hub. • Дебаты вокруг патентов на ПО • • ^ Kotlyar, Pavel (5 September 2017). "Варитесь в своем дерьме сами" (in Russian). Archived from the original on 19 November 2017 . Retrieved 21 October 2017. • Research Activities 19:54 The contest has lured a number of "Gunters", or egg hunters, and the interest of Nolan Sorrento, the CEO of Innovative Online Industries (IOI) who seeks to control OASIS himself in order to insert intrusive online advertising. IOI uses a number of indentured servants as well as an army of employees called "Sixers" to find the egg. [a] I have cautioned him that it is illegal, but he challenged me asking me what would be the consequences for him if he only downloads files uploaded by others. • D Amyot Geophysicist