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392,277 Please retweet to your friends,help us become stronger! • sci-hub .st Families can talk about Ready Player One's role models. How do they display teamwork and perseverance? If you were part of their team, which character would you want to work with? Why? • Patents & technologies • Nickelodeon & Viacom • Japan • Commons-based peer production Serena and the other Wives strive to make change. Emily learns more about her new Commander. Offred faces a difficult decision. For his part, former FBI agent Dennis Franks believes there is almost certainly a connection of some sort between Sci-Hub and the Kremlin. • Stargate (1994)

Sci-Hub and Penn had similar coverage on all articles: 85.2% [81.9%–88.1%] versus 87.4% [84.3%–90.1%] on the manual article set and 84.8% [84.7%–84.9%] versus 84.4% [84.3%–84.5%] on the larger but automated set. However, when considering only toll access articles, Sci-Hub’s coverage exceeds Penn’s: 94.2% [91.2%–96.3%] versus 80.7% [76.1%–84.7%] on the manual set and 90.7% [90.5%–90.8%] versus 83.5% [83.4%–83.7%] on the automated set. This reflects Sci-Hub’s focus on paywalled articles. In addition, Sci-Hub’s coverage is a lower bound for its access rate, since it can retrieve articles on demand, so in practice Sci-Hub’s access to toll access articles could exceed Penn’s by a higher margin. Remarkably, Sci-Hub provided greater access to paywalled articles than a leading research university spending millions of US dollars per year on subscriptions. However, since Sci-Hub is able to retrieve articles through many university networks, it is perhaps unsurprising that its coverage would exceed that of any single university. • - WritingPrompts “It’s as though Willy Wonka made you prove you knew the chemical composition of nougat before he let you into the chocolate factory,” The Verge complained. Aug 5, 2016 • Business models for open-source software • Monopolies of knowledge File sharing networks Marchwood Junior School • Internet Service Disclosure

Other alternative sci hub links and mirrors that might work for accessing sci-hub: Sci-Hub • Counselling and Coaching Short Courses You can try using Sci-Hub over Tor. See my answer to “How do I use Sci Hub correctly through TOR and how secure is it?” You will need to get Tor Browser, but once you have that set up correctly the URL won’t change. Tomas Lipinski, dean of the school of information studies at the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee, said that academics sharing links to Sci-Hub, should "be aware that much of the material on the site is suspect." • June 2008 • In other words you are correct and your student is wrong: Sci-Hub is illegal. Just an arXiv with peer-review is not enough. There is a lot of room for innovation and improvement. There was quite an interesting discussion[1] about creating something in between Overleaf[2], ArXiv[3], Git, and Wikipedia, moreover with the ability to do a peer-to-peer review, discussion, and social networking. Check out the last[4] article in that series. There are a few implementations, albeit not covering all features, like Authorea[5] and MIT's PubPub[6] (it is the open source[7]). See also GitXiv[8]. See also the Publishing Reform[9] project. Moreover, there is quite an interesting initiative from DARPA, to create the scientific social network of a kind - Polyplexus[10].

• Starz • - OldSchoolCool My oldest daughter and I finished reading the entire Harry Potter series aloud in 2019. Thinking about doing this with your kids? Read my thoughts on how it went, when to start, dealing with fears, and more: On Reading Harry Potter Aloud with Kids Если Вы заметили ошибку в материале сайта, выделите фрагмент текста и нажмите Ctrl+Enter для отправки сообщения в редакцию. It has been reported, fact, but Universities are struggling with all the hacks they face and are doing their best to try and keep their patrons credentials safe and secure. It is hard for them when they are facing hackers who force their way in or carry out spear fishing attacks or simply phish for credentials! We are talking about a very sophisticated system here with huge resources. We are trying to help them with the creation of a threat intelligence alerting system that can be used by libraries and publishers alike. • ‘Content Support’ webinars are 30-minute deep dives into one of our subject areas, covering how best to use the unique features of EP in your remote teaching. • ^ Evangelista, Chris. " 'Ready Player One' Spoiler Review: This is Steven Spielberg's Worst Movie". /Film. Archived from the original on July 29, 2018 . Retrieved April 29, 2020. ASAP Science: “What Does Your Poop Say About You?” • CR Mejia • RhythmOne: But first, that beautiful, dramatic birth scene. • September 2011 • Superman II (1981) Back in March, Scholarly Kitchen Chef and NISO Executive Director Todd Carpenter wrote a post titled, “FBI Indicts Nine Iranians in a Massive Scheme to Target Academic Credentials and Steal Content.” It was about the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation’s unsealed indictments of nine Iranian citizens for the bulk theft of intellectual property from academic institutions in a brazen scheme to gather and redistribute scholarly content. His post followed a number of headline articles from the preceding months, including “ University secrets are stolen by cybergangs” on the front page of The Times in September 2017. The other two research agencies, Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) and the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC), do not currently track compliance, according to Kevin Fitzgibbons, an executive director at NSERC. He told the Star the two agencies are reviewing CIHR’s approach to see if it would work for them. In case that link to Sci-Hub doesn’t work, try these new Sci-Hub links: The BitTorrent Protocol Specification [1] Ad Tech

Upon his death, Halliday reveals he has created a virtual reality game where players are called to discover a hidden object, an Easter egg. Whoever finds it first gets a half-trillion dollars and total control of the Oasis. Next, we explored the cumulative size of LibGen scimag over time according to the TimeAdded field ( Figure 11). However, when we compared our plot to one generated from the LibGen scimag database SQL dump on January 1, 2014 ( Cabanac, 2016; Cabanac, 2017), we noticed a major discrepancy. The earlier analysis identified a total of 22,829,088 DOIs, whereas we found only 233,707 DOIs as of January 1, 2014. We hypothesize that the discrepancy arose because TimeAdded indicates the date modified rather than created. Specifically, when an article in the database is changed, the database record for that DOI is entirely replaced. Hence, the TimeAdded value is effectively overwritten upon every update to a record. Unfortunately, many research questions require the date first added. For example, lag-time analyses (the time from study publication to LibGen upload) may be unreliable. Therefore, we do not report on these findings in this manuscript. Instead, we provide Figure 11—figure supplement 1 as an example analysis that would be highly informative were reliable creation dates available. In addition, findings from some previous studies may require additional scrutiny. For example, Cabanac writes ( Cabanac, 2016): “The growth of LibGen suggests that it has benefited from a few isolated, but massive, additions of scientific articles to its cache. For instance, 71% of the article collection was uploaded in 13 days at a rate of 100,000+ articles a day. It is likely that such massive collections of articles result from biblioleaks ( Dunn et al., 2014), but one can only speculate about this because of the undocumented source of each file cached at LibGen.” While we agree this is most likely the case, confirmation is needed that the bulk addition of articles does not simply correspond to bulk updates rather than bulk initial uploads. Register here - Sci-Hub and Scholarly Literature: # researcher This unit discusses Earth's layers, earthquakes, and volcanoes, weathering compared to erosion, and identifying minerals and rocks. Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Awards Benjamin, D. J. et al. Redefine statistical significance. Nat. Hum. Behav. 2, 6–10 (2018). }, {}]; This website is using a security service to protect itself from online attacks. The action you just performed triggered the security solution. There are several actions that could trigger this block including submitting a certain word or phrase, a SQL command or malformed data. • Comics 2. Crash Course • μTorrent • Why is it important to create a virtual cell? • • Christian • Legal aspects Dramatic Series • ^ Barnes, Brooks (March 21, 2018). "Can Steven Spielberg Remember How to Have Fun?". The New York Times. The New York Times Company. Archived from the original on March 21, 2018 . Retrieved March 21, 2018. In August 2016, the Association of American Publishers sent a letter to Gabriel J. Gardner, a researcher at California State University who has written papers on Sci-Hub and similar sites. The letter asked Gardner to stop promoting the site, which he had discussed at a session of a meeting of the American Library Association. [68] In response the publishing institution was highly criticized for trying to silence legitimate research into the topic, and the letter has since been published in full, and responded to by the dean of library services at Cal State Long Beach, who supported Gardner's work. [69] • Hindi TV News • ^ 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 . 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She says she does. Her mom tells her that she sacrificed for her and that she's settling. She asks about Luke and tells June that she doesn't think she should marry him. Her mom tells her that she thinks its a mistake [1]. A research paper is a special publication written by scientists to be read by other researchers. Papers are primary sources neccessary for research – for example, they contain detailed description of new results and experiments. ... 186,473 • give award • May 2009 window.modules["916"] = [function(require,module,exports){var isPlainObject=require(917);function customOmitClone(i){return isPlainObject(i)?void 0:i}module.exports=customOmitClone; Displayed here are Job Ads that match your query. SimplyHired may be compensated by these employers, helping keep SimplyHired free for jobseekers. SimplyHired ranks Job Ads based on a combination of employer bids and relevance, such as your search terms and other activity on SimplyHired. For more information, see the SimplyHired Privacy Policy. This does not mean the movie is completely violence-free, only that Spielberg handles it a little awkwardly. He holds his PG-13 rating like a partner at a middle-school dance. Spielberg dances around sexuality and violence, embraces them suddenly, briefly, and in a juvenile way: moderate language sprinkled throughout the first third, a few offensive words and gestures mid-battle, brief innuendo (“boot suits” are suggestively demonstrated to provide full-body sensation during a dance scene), and an animated segment that heavily references The Shining, plus undead. • Tools 13. 10Throughout the novel, the divisions between the powers of men’s and of women’s language are accentuated, as in one passage where Offred considers the grammatical distinction between lie and lay : “Lay is always passive”, she tells us ; “Even men used to say, I’d like to get laid. Though sometimes they said, I’d like to lay her. All this is pure speculation. I don’t really know what men used to say. I had only their words for it” (47). In a field of possibility defined by active and passive, Offred’s perspective on the discourse shared and unshared by women and men (even in the time before Gilead) reveals a gender-based community to whose language Offred has only limited access. She has to speculate about how men verbally constructed their sexual and political relationships to women because she “only had their words for it” : a double entendre that suggests both the function of one’s “word” as a pledge of (dubious) truth and the extent to which Offred’s own language is coloured by the pervasive gender politics inherent in her so-called “mother tongue”. At other points, Atwood explores the possibility of co-opting or adopting language associated with male discourse as a gesture of women’s resistance. The enigmatic inscription Nolite te bastardes carborundorum that Offred finds hidden in the shadows of her cupboard, for instance, acts as a source of joy and strength, even before she knows its meaning : • Classroom support The website for this is which is Elsevier’s cover name. Then, you locate either the URL for this (i.e. or the article’s DOI. The DOI is that unique document identifier that begins with “10.”. It is almost always shown somewhere on the site, so you can use search “10.” to find it. In rare cases, it is in the page’s source code or may not exist. If it doesn’t exist, it means you usually can’t get the article thru Sci-hub. When you have the article’s URL/DOI, you simply paste this into the Sci-hub search box. Like this: As already announced on 26 May, Infrastructure Security Maintenance activities are scheduled on: L The court rules on the American Chemical Society suit, ordering Sci-Hub to pay $4.8 million in damages and that “any person or entity in active concert or participation” with Sci-Hub “including any Internet search engines, web hosting and Internet service providers, domain name registrars, and domain name registries, cease facilitating access” ( Schiermeier, 2017b; Brinkema L, 2017). Within five weeks, the domains,,, and were suspended by their respective domain name registries ( Silver, 2017), leaving only the Tor hidden service and several newly-registered/revealed domains in operation. Weekly interest from Google Trends is plotted over time for the search terms “Sci-Hub” and “LibGen”. The light green period indicates when Sci-Hub used LibGen as its database for storing articles (Elbakyan, 2017). Light blue indicates the collection period of the Sci-Hub access logs that we analyze throughout this study (Elbakyan and Bohannon, 2016). Based on these logs and newly released logs for 2017, Figure 1—figure supplement 1 shows the number of articles downloaded from Sci-Hub over time, providing an alternative look into Sci-Hub’s growth. The first pink dotted line represents the collection date of the LibGen scimag metadata used in Cabanac’s study (Cabanac, 2016; Cabanac, 2017). The second pink dotted line shows the date of Sci-Hub’s tweeted DOI catalog used in this study. The events indicated by the letters ( A), ( B), ( C) … are explained in the main text. Necessary cookies are absolutely essential for the website to function properly. This category only includes cookies that ensures basic functionalities and security features of the website. These cookies do not store any personal information. • Book • Chapter 5. Offred is reminded of what freedom used to mean for her by the Japanese tourists. Clothing isn't just personal style, it's a representation of a freedom and autonomy. The University of Virginia has a website where you can see how much money its library is spending on journals. From 2016 to 2018, the costs for Elsevier journals increased by $118,000 for the university, from $1.716 million a year to $1.834 million. If you cannot connect to a library database, Sci-Hub could be the cause. Under the terms of our electronic licenses, publishers may rescind access to subscription sites if systematic or excessive downloads are detected. Such behavior is also prohibited the UWM Libraries Conditions of Use. • Legal aspects of file sharing American Chemical Society • Transmission • 4. NBA Star Russell Westbrook Is Producing a Tulsa Race Massacre Docuseries • Diversity and Inclusion Channel + Follow View Latest Videos ⋅ Get Email Contact Signal of A Science The narrator reminds us that there are different kinds of freedom, which the people in the Commander's house know about. She's not just forbidden from jumping out of the window or running out the door-they've actually removed all possibility of suicide. • Full Glossary for The Handmaid's Tale • ^ Rohrlich, Justin. "The "Robin Hood of science" says she's not a Russian asset". Quartz. # nobelprizewinner My aim is to make all people aware of the threats, to expose cybercrime and to share information across the academic research community to help protect publishers, authors, researchers, and library patrons. Please feel free to reach out to either myself or Sari Frances at IEEE to learn more about what the IP Intrusion Database (IPID) committee, along with a number of publishers and librarians, are doing to confront the dangers posed by Sci-Hub and other cyber attackers. Addendum A faithful adaptation of the book that also brings new layers to Atwood’s totalitarian, sexist world of forced surrogate motherhood, this series is meticulously paced, brutal, visually stunning, and so suspenseful from moment to moment that only at the end of each hour will you feel fully at liberty to exhale. We use cookies and other tracking technologies to improve your browsing experience on our site, show personalized content and targeted ads, analyze site traffic, and understand where our audiences come from. To learn more or opt-out, read our Cookie Policy. Please also read our Privacy Notice and Terms of Use, which became effective December 20, 2019. Because these journals are so prestigious, they can charge a lot for access. Every top school will buy access because it would be embarrassing if they didn't. • June 2013 ― John P. A. Ioannidis, Cathrine Axfors, Despina G. Contopoulos-Ioannidis. Population-level COVID-19 mortality risk for non-elderly individuals overall and for non-elderly individuals without underlying diseases in pandemic epicenters. medRxiv 2020.04.05.20054361; eLife Sciences Publications, Ltd Please take a look at the excellent work that Research4Life and EIFL carry out. and and • OpenCitations 2017a. OCC dataset of all the identifiers, made on 2017-07-25. Figshare. [ CrossRef] Related reading: Should accessing information be free of cost? Of course, yes, as much as possible it should. That's why we have libraries. • Apple: A Macintosh computer is in Wade's possession while he's in his hideout. • Call For Papers • American Journal of Food and Nutrition We defined a comprehensive set of scholarly publishing venues, referred to as “journals”, based on the Scopus database. In reality, these include conferences with proceedings as well as book series. For inclusion in this analysis, each required an ISSN and at least one article as part of the Crossref-derived catalog of scholarly literature. Accordingly, our catalog consisted of 23,037 journals encompassing 56,755,671 articles. Of these journals, 4,598 (20.0%) were inactive (i.e. no longer publishing articles), and 2,933 were open access (12.7%). Only 70 journals were inactive and also open access. • CS1 French-language sources (fr) • AdChoices Wallisdean Junior School The Quaternions files for Sentinel-1, -2 and -3 missions computed by the Copernicus POD Service will be officially available from the Copernicus Sentinels POD Data Hub from 1st June 2020 onwards. The users will be able to access the Quaternions files for the entire Sentinel-1, -2 and -3 missions. These files will be regularly uploaded daily with a latency of: • Home• TV• The Handmaid’s Tale season 2 episode 11 review: Holly • Perfect Dark • Best Switch Games of All Time Kurzgesagt is the German word for, “in a nutshell,” and it’s the guiding principle of one of YouTube’s most popular science channels. The team behind Kurzgesagt strives to distill confusing concepts that would take most years’ worth of education to understand into simple animated videos that leave audiences with the feeling that they’ve learned something important. The source code to the website is at [0], if you want to run it yourself. That said, a recent Wikidata policy change resulted in the data not being great any more [1]. For now, I'd recommend just visiting the Wikipedia page on Sci-Hub to get a recent URL, or use an alternative [3]. • Spawn: The titular character can be seen in the Distracted Globe And later during the final battle. • ^ Crow, David; Cecchini, Mike (April 1, 2018). "Ready Player One: Complete Easter Egg and Reference Guide". Den of Geek. Dennis Publishing. Archived from the original on June 23, 2018 . Retrieved April 1, 2018. • Channel + Follow View Latest Videos ⋅ Get Email Contact Cody'sLab • Share Sincerely, • Completed Shelf What I really admire is the use of cyberspace to create a novel without limitations. The author truly realizes that in a digital world, anything and everything is possible takes full advantage of it. • KTorrent • ^ 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. • The Terminator (1984) • Editorial Board About Youtuber Tons of awesome courses in one awesome channel! Nicole Sweeney teaches you sociology, Carrie Anne Philbin teaches you computer science, Craig Benzine teaches film history, and Mike Rugnetta is teaching mythology! Check out the playlists for past courses in physics, philosophy, games, economics, U.S. government and politics, astronomy, anatomy & physiology, world history, biology, literature, eco. • Fil'Abes The 10 Best Science YouTube Channels Teaching Us About The World None • Van Noorden R. Alexandra Elbakyan: Paper pirate. Nature. 2016 doi: 10.1038/540507a. [ CrossRef] [ Google Scholar] Do you know why? Launched • Post a Job • Peter Suber 189,567 But the moment reads as lip service, because Ready Player One’s heart has no time for the world outside of video games, not really. It’s too busy nerding out over how freakin’ cool it is that Ultraman is fighting Mechagodzilla and a kid is saving the word by reciting every goddamn word of Monty Python and the Holy Grail. What is Library Genesis? Film, video, and music [ edit ] • Demonoid • Amistad (1997) The Sci Hub twitter account, responding to a tweet which said the phishing accusation hasn’t been verified and that Sci-Hub had denied it, tweeted “I do not deny that particular phished password might ended up being used on Sci-Hub, we use many sources” Other alternative sci hub links and mirrors that might work for accessing sci-hub: Sci-Hub • Current Issue R. Viradouro, 63, 14th floor, # sciences • Lab notes Up to 5 miles 186,473 π Rendered by PID 15398 on r2-app-01231a8bcc2d5a624 at 2020-06-11 05:00:37.314995+00:00 running a7affd4 country code: FR. • I2P Are these links up to date? • Learn about Common Sense In December 2019, The Washington Post reported that the US Justice Department was investigating whether Sci-Hub founder Alexandra Elbakyan had links with Russian intelligence, in part due to the suspicion that tacit approval or assistance of the Russians is required for an operation of the scale of Sci-Hub. [29] Sweden [ edit ] Germany About Youtuber I have hundreds of excellent physics, chemistry and math videos covering a wide range of topics. Everything explained in a clear step-by-step manner. • Preprint }, {"141":141,"750":750,"833":833,"844":844}]; • - funny • - todayilearned ECDC COVID-19 overview and updates World Health Organization Information is like the food in my example, not the "only water supply" in yours. Leibniz and Newton independently developed calculus, for example. The Other Side | Jezebels | The Bridge | Night • Publication Ethics The opinion piece in the Guardian dismisses the costs of publishing, marketing, distributing, and archiving scholarly publications. One can argue the costs assigned by and profitability of the publishers are too high, but one cannot say there are zero costs. A good comparison is the cost of a hamburger at a high end restaurant versus a fast-food restaurant versus cooking at home. Should we get all three meals for the same price? • Summary and Analysis Reporting • - dataisbeautiful This has nothing to do with “going to a library” and everything to do with the public and researchers becoming tired of a publishing industry that makes massive profits of (essentially) slave labor (as academics need to engage with the current system to survive), and limiting access to knowledge which was published with the express intent that it be available to as many people as possible. • February 2016 • Librarians and science funders are playing hardball to negotiate lower subscription fees to scientific journals. • As per 2020 study, over 27.8 million download requests via Sci-Hub indicates that 23.2 million of these were for journal articles. Also, 4.7 million (22%) of which were articles from medical journals. • Editorial Board • Larry, the problem isn’t that “downloading from Sci-Hub poses a threat.” The problem is that sharing your network access credentials with Sci-Hub poses a threat. Obviously you don’t have to provide credentials in order to access and download content through Sci-Hub — that’s not the issue. The issue is that Sci-Hub harvests its content (and then makes it freely available) by using donated/stolen network credentials from people affiliated with academic institutions. Sci-Hub then has the same level of network access as the affiliated person from whom the credentials were taken. That’s why this is more than just a copyright-infringement issue. Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama Series • More • The Common Sense Seal A NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER In the Making: “Simple Science to Stop Starvation” “Western academics ** who wish to bash commercial publishers **” • Tribler Sci-Hub was created by Alexandra Elbakyan, who was born in Kazakhstan in 1988. [13] Elbakyan earned her undergraduate degree at Kazakh National Technical University [14] studying information technology, then worked for a year for a computer security firm in Moscow, then joined a research team at the University of Freiburg in Germany in 2010 that was working on a brain–computer interface. [13] She found the lab dull and became interested in transhumanism. [13] After attending a transhumanism conference in the United States, Elbakyan spent her remaining time in the country doing a research internship at Georgia Institute of Technology. [13] She later returned to Kazakhstan, where her participation in research‐sharing forums led her to conceive of a way to automate the process of sharing. [13] The Sci-Hub website was launched on 5 September 2011. [2] Legal situation [ edit ] Commercial Vanessa Matsui • ^ "Coalition of European Funders Announces "Plan S" to Require Full OA, Cap APCs, & Disallow Publication in Hybrid Journals". SPARC. 4 September 2018. The latest Sci-Hub working domain(Last check time:Sat, 16 May 2020 17:13:01 GMT)