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The hand that mocked them, and the heart that fed; • The Birthday Party (1968) • Gaelic Games • Hannah Bankole (stagioni 1-in corso), interpretata da Jordana Blake. È la figlia di June e Luke. Il suo nome a Gilead è Agnes. • Himmelstein DS, Romero AR, McLaughlin SR, Tzovaras BG, Greene CS. Sci-Hub provides access to nearly all scholarly literature. PeerJ Preprints. 2017a doi: 10.7287/peerj.preprints.3100v1. [ PMC free article] [ PubMed] [ CrossRef] • Games App Advisory Public Notice - Non-Discriminatory Ad Contracts 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. • XPLOR Store • November 2008

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• 24 (2002) Sci-Hub has cycled through domain names, some of which have been blocked by domain registry operators. [2] Sci-Hub remained reachable via alternative domains such as .io, [2] then .cc, and .bz. [15] Sci-Hub has also been accessible at times by directly entering the IP address, or through a .onion Tor Hidden Service. [16] [17] United States [ edit ] • Best Game Lists (3) • Outstanding Period/Fantasy Costumes for a Series, Limited Series, or Movie 12PCbUDS4ho7vgSccmixKTHmq9qL2mdSns Academic/scholarly 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). “Astonishing,” I exclaimed. “Not for nothing do we at Ardua Hall say ‘Pen Is Envy.’” • Poetry

• Tonight's TV In the first version of this study ( Himmelstein et al., 2017a), we mistakenly treated the log events as requests rather than downloads. Fortunately, Sci-Hub reviewed the preprint in a series of tweets, and pointed out the error, stating “in Sci-Hub access logs released previous year, all requests are resolved requests, i.e. user successfully downloaded PDF with that DOI … unresolved requests are not saved”. Interestingly however, 198,600 access events from the logs pointed to DOIs that were not in Sci-Hub’s subsequent DOI catalog. 99.1% of these events — corresponding to DOIs logged as accessed despite later being absent from Sci-Hub — were for book chapters. Upon further investigation, we identified several DOIs in this category that Sci-Hub redirected to LibGen book records as of September 2017. The LibGen landing pages were for the entire books, which contained the queried chapters, and were part of LibGen’s book (not scimag) collection. The explanation that Sci-Hub outsources some book access to LibGen (and logged such requests as accessed) is corroborated by Elbakyan’s statement that ( Elbakyan, 2017): “Currently, the Sci-Hub does not store books, for books users are redirected to LibGen, but not for research papers. In future, I also want to expand the Sci-Hub repository and add books too.” Nonetheless, Sci-Hub’s catalog contains 72.4% of the 510,760 distinct book chapters that were accessed according to the logs. Therefore, on a chapter-by-chapter basis, Sci-Hub does already possess many of the requested scholarly books available from LibGen. Most of the patriarchal powers in this novel are represented by group identities, such as the ‘Angels’ • ^ Cabanac, Guillaume (2016). "Bibliogifts in LibGen? A study of a text-sharing platform driven by biblioleaks and crowdsourcing" (PDF). Journal of the Association for Information Science and Technology. 67 (4): 874–884. CiteSeerX doi: 10.1002/asi.23445. Archived (PDF) from the original on 10 March 2016 . Retrieved 25 August 2016. Original review written in 2o12: • Indians Abroad I had a similar conversation with the Review Man, here, who had similar sentiments about the novel (though rather more mellow) than Kate. • production executive: Hulu (36 episodes, 2017-2019) Books Games The Handmaiden

Search Go US sports Exclude Specific Range (Select on graph above) Eilish Waller ... • The Pirate Bay • Sports & Recreation Forecast • Indeed it was an unsubstantiated claim. readers of SK know about how research is carried out and reported. Frank, I recommend you do some research on a representative sample of Sci-Hub users to understand their motivations for using it, and then report the results back on SK. I’d be interested in reading them. In the interim, I recommend you don’t post any more unsubstantiated claims.

... • Historical Fiction Genres Over half of all research is now published by the big five of academic publishing • October 2017 • 15-04-2018 Max Temp : 34.0°C Min Temp : 19.0°C Spiele-Angebote • Scorecards • GNUnet • Open Knowledge International [96] Intrusions result in thousands of articles being stolen in a single attack. But it’s not just that – it’s personal research and it’s social security numbers, names, addresses, and other personal information. This information is truly valuable, and when it’s traded on the dark web, a set of credentials can typically fetch $75. Sci-Hub must have thousands of these – a potentially valuable source of revenue. The real cost for libraries • ^ VogelOct. 13, Gretchen; 2017; Pm, 3:30 (13 October 2017). "German researchers resign from Elsevier journals in push for nationwide open access". Science | AAAS. Archived from the original on 22 March 2019 . Retrieved 15 March 2019. CS1 maint: numeric names: authors list ( link) ... of anarchy, it was freedom to. Now you are being given freedom from.” • ^ The Handmaid's Tale is the inaugural winner of this award for the best science fiction novel published in the United Kingdom during the previous year. • Read more from the Study Guide This section contains 255 words June: 108 ... Sir Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman was a Tamil Brahman who had worked from 1907 to 1933 at the Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science, Kolkata, West Bengal. Here, he had researched various topics of physics of which one is the Raman Effect, which marked the greatest discovery in the field of science in Indian History. • 15-04-2018 Max Temp : 34.0°C Min Temp : 27.0°C • “Gratitude is valuable to me. I like to bank it.” Me, after reading this book: "Meh!" • New York, New York, USA. 21st Apr, 2017. Guest attends the premiere of 'The Handmaid's Tale' during Tribeca Film Festival at BMCC Tribeca PAC Credit: Ovidiu Hrubaru/Alamy Live News New York, New York, USA. 21st Apr, 2017. Guest attends the premiere of 'The Handmaid's Tale' during Tribeca Film Festival at BMCC Tribeca PAC Credit: Ovidiu Hrubaru/Alamy Live News • 13-04-2018 Max Temp : 36.0°C Min Temp : 19.0°C Comment • DIY About Us • Diccionarios y enciclopedias • topics The Handmaid's Tale portrays a terrifying but very real and possible dystopia. At first, it's difficult to tell what exactly is going on in the handmaid's world, although her spare narration is filled with a deep sense of fear and danger. It's challenging but exciting to try to make sense of all the frightening details that she describes, and that's one of the things that made this such a compelling read for me--I was desperate to figure out what was happening as well as how and why things had g The Handmaid's Tale portrays a terrifying but very real and possible dystopia. At first, it's difficult to tell what exactly is going on in the handmaid's world, although her spare narration is filled with a deep sense of fear and danger. It's challenging but exciting to try to make sense of all the frightening details that she describes, and that's one of the things that made this such a compelling read for me--I was desperate to figure out what was happening as well as how and why things had gone so wrong. The story progresses beautifully, as the details of the present unravel at the same time and with the same urgency as the events of the past, tracing a frighteningly believable path from our world to hers. [117] Scopus assigns each journal a country of publication. Sci-Hub’s coverage is shown for countries with at least 100,000 articles. "That's okay; they're interesting enough digressions. ;)" • University of Pennsylvania, United States ; • Art ... Atwood, whose Handmaid's Tale demonstrates elements inherent in the dystopian genre, echoes numerous motifs and literary devices. Like Huxley's creation of a drug-calmed society, her characters awaiting execution appear tranquilized by shots or pills. Like Huxley's engineered reproduction, Atwood's fictional Gilead depends on the allotment of enslaved babymakers as a means of assuring the birth of white children to repopulate a declining Caucasian nation. A factor that Atwood's novel shares with Rand's Anthem and Orwell's Animal Farm is the subversion of aphorism as a means of indoctrination. Further enforced by overseers, these simplistic precepts are subject to change or reinterpretation, depending on the exigencies of the artificial society that they are meant to bolster and legitimize. • 14-04-2018 Max Temp : 21.0°C Min Temp : 12.0°C Andrew Pitts ... In May 2018, Hulu renewed the series for a third season, [8] which premiered on June 5, 2019. [9] In July 2019, the series was renewed for a fourth season. [10] In September 2019, it was announced that Hulu and MGM were developing a sequel series, to be based on Atwood's 2019 novel The Testaments. [11] • Save on Books "They would presumably need to find out about them before trying to access them with a VPN." I don't know. Unless you believe in all the other gods, you're an atheist in every single case other than when it comes to the Christian god. That's a lot of atheism! Atheism is just not believing in god(s). I know very, very few atheists who believe there's no chance of a creator; they (and I) just think it's highly improbable, given that everything we learn always points in a direction that suggests there isn't one. • Psychology Genres Buddy Read There were so many delightful pieces of the book that were left out, like Wade’s impoverished life and his discovery of the first Dungeons & Dragons puzzle and his struggle with the video game Joust. But book author Cline was a co-screenwriter on the film with Zack Penn, and I figure if Cline is OK with the big changes, then I’m OK with it too. After all, it would be really boring to watch somebody play a video game in a movie. Episodios Battlestar Galactica: The 1970s version of the Galactica ship is seen as a virtual toy. • 15-04-2018 Max Temp : 39.0°C Min Temp : 25.0°C • Nintendo When a coup happens and the government collapses, the narrator loses her job and access to money, as do all women. Her life becomes more and more restricted, and her mother disappears. She and Luke decide to take their daughter and try to cross the border and run away. They get fake papers and almost make it across the border when they realize someone's onto them and have to make a run for it. The narrator and her daughter are captured and separated, and the narrator is drugged. When she wakes up people tell her she's not a good mother and take her to the Center. She doesn't know what's happened to Luke. • Lewis, Lapham H. (September 2004). "Tentacles of rage: The Republican propaganda mill, a brief history". Harper's Magazine. set dresser (2 episodes, 2019) ... “The voice was a man's. Blessed be the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven. Blessed are the merciful. Blessed be the meek. Blessed are the silent. I knew they made that up, I knew it was wrong, and they left things out, too, but there was no way of checking. Blessed be those that mourn, for they shall be comforted.” (p. 89). • Identity 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! Mathematics Mears, Ashley. 2015. “Working for Free in the VIP: Relational Work and the Production of Consent.” American Sociological Review 80 (6): 1099–1122. (downloaded 33 times) • 18-04-2018 Max Temp : 40.0°C Min Temp : 26.0°C I could never decide how large Atwood had made Gilead, but generally, throughout the book, she seemed to suggest it had taken over most of the U.S., I felt; I mean, the President, Congress, and the Constitution are all changed, so the federal government collapses, at least. She seemed to change her mind on it a bit, though, and since she wasn't fond of giving details of any conflict surrounding the regime change, there's no way of knowing. Women have the RIGHT to legal and safe abortions with no qualifications. The fact that the narrative has gone to ‘in cases of rape and incest’ is troubling. of the mother....horrible birth’re young, single and not have five kids and can’t afford more, it doesn’t matter! • Guipúzcoa [287] • • • Gnutella2 […] Essential revisions: • Stereo (Hulu) Joseph Fiennes (for "First Blood") • Amanda Brugel It is an interesting opinion piece (read another thinly veiled SciHub hit job), where you very neatly make statements that conflate hackers with SciHub, without providing any real evidence to back them up. You talk about stolen credentials, and then lay the blame at the foot of SciHub- without any actual proof that they stole or hacked them. Yes they may be using stolen credentials (which I agree is very, very poor form and weakens their position, and importantly reputation), however you offer no proof that they are the originators of the theft or did hacking (do you have such evidence?). • 17-04-2018 Max Temp : 42.0°C Min Temp : 24.0°C As my SSP co-panellist Joe DeMarco, IP theft and cybercrime lawyer and former federal cybercrime prosecutor in New York, said during our panel: You reached this page when attempting to access from on 2020-06-11 05:01:25 UTC. PLOS ONE 3. How it gets credentials is a secret. Sci-Hub is poised to fundamentally disrupt scholarly publishing. The transition to gratis availability of scholarly articles is currently underway, and such a model may be inevitable in the long term. However, we urge the community to take this opportunity to fully liberate scholarly articles, as well as explore more constructive business models for publishing [ 57]. Only libre access, enabled by open licensing, allows building applications on top of scholarly literature without fear of legal consequences [ 7]. For example, fulltext mining of scholarly literature is an area of great potential [ 58], but is currently impractical due to the lack of a large-scale preprocessed corpus of articles. The barriers here are legal, not technological [ 59, 60]. In closing, were all articles libre, there would be no such thing as a “pirate website” for accessing scholarly literature. Methods Aunt Sara Ver todos los créditos ( IMDb) ... * Copyright © 2020 Insider Inc. All rights reserved. • 16-04-2018 Max Temp : 40.0°C Min Temp : 22.0°C A paperback copy of the dystopian novel The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood. Published by Virago in 1987. A paperback copy of the dystopian novel The Handmaid's Tale by Margaret Atwood. Published by Virago in 1987. • X Gyn Ed education in womanhood, from the Greek gyne, meaning woman. • • G Roberge • PC Games • October 2012 [106] herself to reduced circumstances in the present: ‘I said I have made a life for myself, here, of a sort. ShanghaiTech University • Back The project is supported by user donations. Imagine the world with free access to knowledge for everyone ‐ a world without any paywalls. Donate for this vision to become true. Make your contribution to the battle against copyright laws and information inequality. Even the smallest donation counts. • Diane Schoemperlen, Forms of Devotion (1998) We managed our computational environment using Conda, allowing us to specify and install dependencies for both Python and R. We performed our analyses using a series of Jupyter notebooks. In general, data integration and manipulation were performed in Python 3, relying heavily on Pandas, while plotting was performed with ggplot2 in R. Tabular data were saved in TSV (tab-separated values) format, and large datasets were compressed using XZ. We used Git Large File Storage (Git LFS) to track large files, enabling us to make nearly all of the datasets generated and consumed by the analyses available to the public. The Sci-Hub Stats Browser is a single-page application built using React and hosted via GitHub Pages. Frontend visualizations use Vega-Lite ( Satyanarayan et al., 2017). Certain datasets for the browser are hosted in the greenelab/scihub-browser-data repository. The Handmaids Tale Seasons 1-3 dvd boxset sale, 1 episode, 2017 • Four Weddings and a Funeral (2019) In Chapter 30, Offred says of her oppressors, "That was one of the things they do. They force you to kill, within yourself." Ultimately in Chapter 32, she realizes an important lesson when her master, Fred, tells her, "Better never means better for everyone...It always means worse for some." The reason for this is that muscle-powered weaponry has something of a rock-paper-scissors relationship. Infantry beats cavalry, cavalry beats ranged, ranged beats infantry. David was a slinger, which is a highly mobile, unarmored ranged combatant. “There is more than one kind of freedom," said Aunt Lydia. "Freedom to and freedom from. In the days of anarchy, it was freedom to. Now you are being given freedom from. Don't underrate it.” • Food • Numeracy I quote from a summary of the book: "Luke (Offred's husband) had (before the revolution) divorced his first wife to marry Offred, and since all divorces have been retroactively nullified by the Gilead government, Offred is considered to be an adulteress and her daughter a bastard. On that pretext, Offred is forced to become a Handmaid and her daughter is given to a family who is faithful to the party. Luke, Offred, and their daughter try to escape to Canada, but are captured. Offred knows nothing about what happened to Luke and alternatively resigns herself to his death and searches for him among the men in Gilead." But a report released by analysts IDTechX to coincide with the movie’s release suggests the first step towards most of these technologies has already been taken. VR handsets already feature the same kind of rumble packs found in computer game controllers that provide simple haptic feedback in the form of vibrations. If you are interested in talking with Elsevier about how to block Sci-Hub, please contact Daily Makeup Artist (1 episode, 2019) • 17-04-2018 Max Temp : 38.0°C Min Temp : 22.0°C • 14-04-2018 Max Temp : 34.0°C Min Temp : 18.0°C So, although readers won’t learn about, say, Christian Marclay’s iconic twenty-four-hour video installation “ The Clock,” from 2010 (the artist merits a mention, but not regarding his most famous work), they will travel with London to meet Chinese artists in Beijing, Shanghai, Hangzhou, and Guangzhou, in 1997. (Full disclosure: I was part of a team in New York that produced London’s daily online diary of that visit for MOMA, a blog before the word existed.) Any history of video must begin with the wizardly Korean innovator Nam June Paik (1932-2006), who is widely acknowledged as the medium’s founding father. Paik plays a major role in London’s story, but, in addition to contextualizing him as a towering historical figure, she shares personal anecdotes, including this vivid description of his studio: “I would crawl over and through a maze of electrical wire, tubes, and old circuitry to find Paik often standing in rubber boots, so as not to be electrocuted.” • RSS • Butter Project Hi Jamie, we have a great deal of proof to back this up and would be happy to share it with you offline. We also have proof that it is Sci-Hub or their “partners” who are involved in the hacking and stealing of credentials. Andrew • Comics If you're instead assuming that the audience of the press carrying news of the block and the audience of Elsevier content have a big overlap, that might be true, but it cannot be assumed. If it were shown to be true, I'd argue it would prove self-censorship in the mainstream media, designed to prevent people from learning about LibGen. Show School of Information, University of Texas at Austin • June 2013 ... • 7.3 Language analysis • Tools This question of what value publishers add was front and center in coverage on Elsevier and Elbakyan’s case. The New York Times asked, “Should All Research Papers Be Free?” When Science Magazine worked with Elbakyan to map Sci-Hub’s user statistics, it discovered that a quarter of Sci-Hub downloads were from the 34 richest countries on Earth. Elbakyan argues Sci-Hub is a tool of necessity, and its massive usership in poor countries seems to strengthen her case. But the 25 percent of users from wealthy countries suggests Sci-Hub is a tool of convenience, says James Milne, a spokesman for the Coalition for Responsible Sharing, a consortium that represents the interests of big publishers. (When I contacted Elsevier for comment on this story, I was referred to Milne.) The CRS was originally formed by a coterie of five publishing giants — Elsevier, ACS, Brill, Wiley, and Wolters Kluwer — to pressure scientist social networking site Researchgate into taking down 7 million unauthorized copies of their papers. • Media streaming • Urs Dierker • Kad • 17-04-2018 Max Temp : 42.0°C Min Temp : 25.0°C • Site Map ... Maythaila Jerome Antoine The website Sci-Hub enables users to download PDF versions of scholarly articles, including many articles that are paywalled at their journal’s site. Sci-Hub has grown rapidly since its creation in 2011, but the extent of its coverage has been unclear. Here we report that, as of March 2017, Sci-Hub’s database contains 68.9% of the 81.6 million scholarly articles registered with Crossref and 85.1% of articles published in toll access journals. We find that coverage varies by discipline and publisher, and that Sci-Hub preferentially covers popular, paywalled content. For toll access articles, we find that Sci-Hub provides greater coverage than the University of Pennsylvania, a major research university in the United States. Green open access to toll access articles via licit services, on the other hand, remains quite limited. Our interactive browser at allows users to explore these findings in more detail. For the first time, nearly all scholarly literature is available gratis to anyone with an Internet connection, suggesting the toll access business model may become unsustainable. • Join ... • You are what you read • iorgfeflkd Biophysics • Dehradun Download rate for articles on Sci-Hub [49] first assistant director (2 episodes, 2017) As for the publishers, it seems their attention may be shifting to scientists themselves. • History • Logan CJ. We can shift academic culture through publishing choices. F1000Research. 2017; 6:518. doi: 10.12688/f1000research.11415.1. [ PMC free article] [ PubMed] [ CrossRef] [ Google Scholar]