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Ilość: szt. • ^ "Weekend Box Office Results for April 27–29, 2018". Box Office Mojo. Archived from the original on May 1, 2018 . Retrieved April 30, 2018. • Himmelstein D, McLaughlin S. 2017. A user-friendly extract of the LibGen scimag metadata SQL dump on 2017-04-07. Figshare. [ CrossRef] • Astronomers discover new class of cosmic explosions enjoyable to read and give a vivid impression of life in ... - New Internationalist • Jaws (1975) • Video on demand Watch Now Release Date: October 9, 2020 • 7.1.2 Other territories

• Physics Scopus-derived catalog of journals • Nehemiah Regarding the hypothesis, "the more likely a paper is to be found on the web, the less likely it is in Sci-Hub", we evaluate this directly in the "Coverage by category of access status" section. This hypothesis appears true for most types of gratis web access. Compared to closed articles, bronze, hybrid, and gold OA articles are less likely to be in Sci-Hub. However, green articles (available without charge, but not from the publisher) do not seem have lower coverage than closed articles in Sci-Hub. The conclusion from the reviewers' comparison could therefore be rephrased as "the less gratis availability of a discipline's articles on the web (according to oaDOI), the greater the coverage on Sci-Hub." One possibility is that researchers from disciplines with poor oaDOI coverage more frequently encounter access problems, leading to greater awareness and usage of Sci-Hub. Projects and • ^ 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. Anytime Fitness gym under fire for "I Can't Breathe" workout • Expanding live trainings, webinars, and recorded offerings to share best practices for using the platform I was able to search for several topics, so I will be looking more into this. My one issue is that the results page is outlined in Russian and there's no way that I am able to change it to something else(English).

Stephen Reid McLaughlin Hot Topics JavaScript If you want to automatically receive updates regarding newly available information on in specific areas of interest, you can register for their ALERTS feature. You can also follow the site on Twitter. To view on your mobile device, visit the mobile site, • • March 2015 • dewiki Sci-Hub In this study, we use the term “toll access” (also known as “closed access”) to refer to paywalled literature ( Suber, 2017). On the other hand, we refer to literature that is free to read as “open access”. Furthermore, we discuss two variants of open access: “libre” and “gratis” ( Suber, 2017; Suber, 2008). Libre open access refers to literature that is openly licensed to allow reuse. Gratis open access refers to literature that is accessible free of charge, although permission barriers may remain (usually due to copyright) ( Himmelstein, 2016). 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”. • Companies • Page context: if you right-click anywhere but a link in a page, we prepend '' to the page's URL and redirect you to it (the same as clicking in the extension icon).

• March 2009 Besides if any film should be allowed to let its geek flag fly, it’s Ready Player One, which clearly aims to be the ultimate celebration of the fanboy and fangirl mindset. If pop culture is eating itself, this is the feast to end all feasts. You could also argue that Spielberg is the godfather of this kind of coach-potato cross-referencing. I can still remember going to see ET The Extra-Terrestrial when it came out, and being startled when ET spotted someone dressed up as Yoda for Hallowe’en. How could one science-fiction blockbuster joke about another, completely different science-fiction blockbuster? My young mind was blown. Thirty-five years on, Spielberg has blown my not-so-young mind again. • Unlimited access to all Washington Post apps The American Journal of Social and Management Sciences (AJSMS) is published by Science Huβ that publishes, in English, high-quality research articles, review papers and short communications. Contributions are considered for evaluation on the understanding that they are original and not being considered for publication elsewhere. Read Journal • Special educational needs • Topic There's an example posted below of how she is a Putin stooge. Blocking access to everyone in your own country because scientists (you know, ones she is allegedly supposed to help) because the ones who are actually involved in science supported pretty much the only foundation that funds science in Russia when Putin decided to close it... Have you tried Unpaywall? Unpaywall is a free browser extension for Chrome and Firefox that helps you read research papers for free. It's fast, free, and legal, used by 200k+ researchers: Try it out! Favorite past posts The Australian Curriculum: Science has three interrelated strands: science understanding, science as a human endeavour and science inquiry skills. // @match Computer hacking, corruption/illegal activities within a corporation, socioeconomic inequality, reclusiveness, addiction/ obsession. • Who's who • SATs Year 6 • FastTrack If you need a template for lab reports, ideas for your biology club, pacing guides or lessons for biology, Pre-AP Biology, or AP Biology, this is a good place to start. Biology Corner • save 2 Peter

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The “visitors” metric assesses the average number of IP addresses that accessed each article published by a journal during the 20 months preceding September 2015 (the start date of the Sci-Hub logs). In aggregate, articles from toll access journals averaged 1.30 visitors, whereas articles from open access journals averaged 0.25 visitors. Figure 9B shows that articles from highly cited journals were visited much more frequently on average. Articles in the least cited toll access journals averaged almost zero visitors, compared to approximately 15 visitors for the most cited journals. In addition, Figure 9B shows that articles in toll access journals received many times more visitors than those in open access journals, even after accounting for journal impact. One limitation of using this analysis to judge Sci-Hub’s usage patterns is that we do not know to what extent certain categories of articles were resolved (and thus logged) at different rates. • Contact us • Family and kids' activity holidays The journal publishers take a very different view. “I’m all for universal access, but not theft!” tweeted Elsevier’s director of universal access, Alicia Wise, on 14 March during a heated public debate over Sci-Hub. “There are lots of legal ways to get access.” Wise’s tweet included a link to a list of 20 of the company’s access initiatives, including Share Link. this website. • Book chapter • Scientists, increasingly, are realizing they don’t need paywalled academic journals to act as gatekeepers anymore. They’re finding clever workarounds, making the services that journals provide free. Waterstones is a bookstore chain with more than 200 stores in the United Kingdom, Republic of Ireland and Europe. In January 1997, Waterstones announced the results of its Books of the Century poll to find out what the public considered to be the hundred greatest books of the twentieth century. O... - LibraryThing • - books • 9 External links • ^ Kit, Borys (March 17, 2016). "Simon Pegg in Talks to Join Steven Spielberg's 'Ready Player One' (Exclusive)". The Hollywood Reporter. Prometheus Global Media. Archived from the original on March 20, 2016 . Retrieved March 19, 2016. Following the lawsuit by Elsevier in March 2019 in France, Elsevier, Springer, John Wiley, and Cambridge University Press filed a complaint against Proximus, VOO, Brutélé and Telenet to block access to Sci-Hub and LibGen. The publishers claimed to represent more than half of the scientific publishing sector, and indicated that over 90% of the contents on the sites infringed copyright laws; they won the lawsuit. [35] Since then, the two sites are blocked by those ISPs; visitors are redirected to a stop page by Belgian Federal Police instead, citing illegality of the site's content under Belgian legislation. • Online Learning "Afrika Shox" by Leftfield - 4 2 John • • Coronavirus safety. Subjects Science Copy and paste really fast • ^ Tallerico, Brian (March 12, 2018). "SXSW Film Festival 2018: "Ready Player One "". Ebert Digital. Archived from the original on March 12, 2018 . Retrieved March 12, 2018. Alan Silvestri My perspective is from the University side of things so can only speak for that rather than from the perspective of users who do not have access to the content at all. “I was too weird, even for the weirdos,” Wade announces at the beginning of Ready Player One. His school doesn’t “get” him, so he heads to the OASIS. There, his ’80s pop culture knowledge ensures his high social status, and his debates with his best friend — over which ’80s properties rock and which suck — are considered “high in entertainment value.” When a fellow player dares to question his knowledge, Wade is able to beat him into submission under a stream of trivia (“You’re holding Swordquest: Earthworld. … Can you name the next three games in the series?”) until his rival “lowers his head in shame” and the watching, awestruck crowd “bursts into applause.” • Senior secondary overview • Mathematics • Resources Valuable information is virtually costless to copy and yet you can be locked away in a cage by men with guns for accessing it. It's not far off from how North Korea handles people found with Western media. That's what the commenter above is advocating against. Sci-Hub (link updated March 2020) • Resources • balanced chemical equations, ionic equations and state symbols It's very easy! Just like searching in Google Scholar, the difference is it combines the Sci-Hub download links in the search result. There is no need to understand what's DOI, where to find it, and so on. Enjoy! • April 2010 It becomes exhausting to be charged with defending the status quo and to be accused of complicity in the scholarly communication mess we now find ourselves. There is some justification to this latter charge, as librarians naively bought into the concept of the “big deal”, the very existence of which underpins much of the current dysfunctional publishing ecosystem. However this narrative ignores the long tradition of open access advocacy within the library community. And yet, when Wade is in his kitted-out DeLorean, tearing along a preposterously difficult game racetrack, menaced by King Kong and dodging flying debris as his fellow racers crash and burn, very little of that matters. The sheer dynamism and energy of the movie are compelling, even when the character drama isn’t. The action scenes are deliberately overclocked and overwhelming, turning Wade’s quest into a thrilling blur of fast-paced decisions and the endorphin-rush highs of a good gaming experience. More importantly, the film is overtly funny in ways that constantly remind the audience that there are people behind the game avatars, and specifically people who are sometimes young, self-absorbed, immature, and caught up in their own created self-images of badassery. The human frailties behind the game avatars is a reliable well of humor for Ready Player One, and the script takes full, hilarious advantage. • heredity as the process by which genetic information is transmitted from one generation to the next We and some of our business partners (for example, advertisers) use cookies on our Website. Nominated • • "Our Readable Century", The Best Books of the 20th Century L'éditeur scientifique Elsevier vient de boucler une bonne première moitié d'année 2017, avec des bénéfices en hausse de 11 %. Mais les universités et une partie de la communauté des chercheurs dénoncent une nouvelle fois des tarifs jugés abusifs : en Allemagne, 60 institutions... • Proxy server • Stick Treats – Nolan’s deal with the Devil offer includes the claim he enjoys drinking Tab. Just right there, Z should’ve known Nolan wasn’t on the level, because Tab is disgusting. • Backup Sci-Hub was founded by Alexandra Elbakyan in 2011 in Kazakhstan in response to the high cost of research papers behind paywalls. The site is extensively used worldwide. [2] [3] In September 2019, the site's owners said that it served approximately 400,000 requests per day. [5] The number of articles claimed is frequently updated on the site's home page, being over 81 million in April 2020. • You could show up sitting on the throne of Game of Thrones or hanging out at Central Perk. • Free and open-source software (FOSS) [101] After entering a query it searches through all published papers in the world and shows you the matches. You can then click a result to see more details, and immediately cite it from there. • Lost Treasures • Comics • Thailand:G In the interests of transparency, eLife includes the editorial decision letter and accompanying author responses. A lightly edited version of the letter sent to the authors after peer review is shown, indicating the most substantive concerns; minor comments are not usually included. • list 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. We selected a subset of Crossref work types to include in our Sci-Hub coverage analyses that corresponded to scholarly articles (i.e. publications). Since we could not locate definitions for the Crossref types, we used our best judgment and evaluated sample works of a given type in the case of uncertainty. We included the following types: book-chapter, book-part, book-section, journal-article, proceedings-article, reference-entry, report, and standard. Types such as book, journal, journal-issue, and report-series were excluded, as they are generally containers for individual articles rather than scholarly articles themselves. After filtering by type, 81,609,016 DOIs remained (77,201,782 of which had their year of publication available). For the purposes of this study, these DOIs represent the entirety of the scholarly literature. • - TwoXChromosomes ← Finally! A surveillance toilet: • // Update on the situation in France: Sci Hub has been blocked in France, but you can find unblocking instructions here: • Sean McDonnell Subscribe " Everybody Wants to Rule the World" in the resource materials are not necessarily affirmed, in total, by this ministry. • Comparison of Usenet newsreaders Fair open access: a strict version of non-profit gold open access. ‘Fair’ means the following: transparency regarding the costs and a price that is not extremely high compared with the real cost, while the author retains his rights. The cost of publishing may be paid by the author but also, and more often, by a non-profit third party, such as a consortium of libraries. An example of a fair open access player is the Open Library of Humanities, which publishes various open access journals and divides the costs among the member libraries. Not every branch of science has fair open access publishers yet. • [4] News Rocks Minerals Gemstones Volcanoes More Topics US Maps World Maps Store • Homepage ● **First Select Ministry/Division/Office Name and then Select any Sub.Office/Branch Name in English or Bangla • Page context: if you right-click anywhere but a link in a page, we append "" to the page's URL and redirect you to it (the same as clicking in the extension icon). [ reply to this | link to this | view in chronology ] • Writing about the Citationsy news on his blog, Eve shared links to Sci-Hub he had found published within Elsevier's own journals. • Business Models • South Dakota Map 1 John • • What Should I Read Next? When filling the registration form, please bear in mind that: • November 2012 • Jeremiah Number of Pages : 174 There is, by the way, a logical inconsistency in Sci-Hub propaganda. Al of its credentials, hundreds of thousands, are willingly donated by sympathetic Western academics. Most users are in the developing world, and lack such credentials to donate. • Lectio Divina on the Meaning of a Call Demonstratably evil? I'd love for you to clarify on that. Production was set to begin in July 2016. [29] Screenwriter Zak Penn announced via Twitter on July 1, 2016 that the first week of filming had been completed. [37] In August and September 2016, filming took place in Birmingham, England; this included Livery Street in the Jewellery Quarter area of the city, which was extensively used, including the van chase that takes place towards the film's end. The chase was edited to make the street appear longer than it actually is. The backpackers hostel Hatters, also on Livery Street, was used for internal filming for a basement scene. The Ludgate Hill Car Park lot on Lionel Street, in which caravan homes were partially built was also used and a planned explosion there caused some local business and homes to call emergency services, as no prior notification were given by the production team. Other locations in the city included the former industrial area of Digbeth, in a rooftop scene that overlooks the Birmingham City Centre skyline. Some of the city's landmark buildings were erased and replaced with CGI buildings to create a dystopian Ohio in the year 2045. [38] [39] Principal photography wrapped on September 27, 2016. [40] [41] Visual effects and post-production [ edit ] If it’s a joint state-industry venture, then it doesn’t really matter that much how the results are used. The point of these projects is to 1. help local industry, 2. entice more industry investment in the country, and 3. produce a skilled workforce for the high-tech industry, in the hope that it will boost the economy (and hence wages, and hence tax take). It’s more a type of investment rather than a scientific enterprise, even if it often does produce good science. – When looking at the films James Halliday might’ve put on to “seduce” Kira, wrong choices include The Fly(1986) and Say Anything (1989). So presumably these were VHS tapes in the ‘90s given the differing years? • Year 6 English Learning Journey 50 movements • Freenet Over half of all research is now published by the big five of academic publishing options.html Politics & Policy • Handbooks • Open patent • Port Coquitlam allows booze in parks ready player one bd download • reply Lecture Notes in Computer Science • Zoom made several fixes to address the NYC Department of Education's concerns about privacy and security for students and teachers using the tool, city officials told Chalkbeat. Ready player one Author: 2:27 Sci Hub They will go on to consider the impact of human behaviour on plant and animal pop... Read More Read More In February 2016, the website claimed to serve over 200,000 requests per day [3]—an increase from an average of 80,000 per day before the "" domain was blocked in 2015. [50] The Sci-Hub project supports Open Access movement in science. Research should be published in open access, i.e. be free to read. Sure, sci-hub might be stealing credentials. Or they could just get your social security number, date of birth, address, mothers maiden name and financial history from Equifax, passport details from Air Canada or British Airways, or medical history from from Anthem or the Australian Red Cross Blood Service. Basically if you’ve interacted with an organization that uses computers, you’ve probably had all of that information stolen already. Plants Please retweet to your friends,help us become stronger! • Falling in Love (Again and Again) With Books Type Next, we evaluated coverage by publisher ( Figure 5; full table available at The largest publisher was Elsevier, with 13,115,639 articles from 3,410 journals. Sci-Hub covered 96.9% of Elsevier articles. For the eight publishers with more than one million articles, the following coverage was observed: 96.9% of Elsevier, 89.7% of Springer Nature, 94.7% of Wiley-Blackwell, 92.6% of Taylor & Francis, 79.4% of Wolters Kluwer, 88.3% of Oxford University Press, 90.9% of SAGE, and 98.8% of American Chemical Society articles. In total, 3,832 publishers were represented in the journal catalog. The coverage distribution among publishers resembled the journal coverage distribution, with most publishers occupying the extremities ( Figure 3). Sci-Hub had zero coverage for 1,249 publishers, and complete coverage for 341 publishers. • This website is pretty simple where you can either publish books, download eBooks based on authors/categories or share links for free. You also have the option to donate, download the iBook app and visit the educational links. Media type Our Expertise If you'd like to take a look at any of CGP's products just click the 'Free Sample' button and it'll appear in your basket. There's no catch — you won't be charged for it, and we'll never ask for it back! • - news External links [ edit ] // They happily change results of studies that go against the people paying them HUGE sums of money (Monsanto etc), then lock the (amended) knowledge behind a huge paywall. Cut "The Oasis" • using their observations and ideas to suggest answers to questions Colossians Of course, after reading a journal article / paper on sci.hub you’ll want to reference it in your essay. • Jim Mackinnon • Political Science(MPS | MPSE | MED) Right before art3mis boards the big IOI tank in the fight for the crystal key she takes a gun from an IOI soldier right before he was going to kill a grunt from halo बच्चो आज हम मानव शरीर के अंगो के बारे में जानेंगे | Ten months after the first edition release, Cline revealed on his blog that Ready Player One itself contained an elaborately hidden Easter egg. This clue would form the first part of a series of staged video gaming tests, similar to the plot of the novel. Cline also revealed that the competition's grand prize would be a DeLorean. [31] The Easter egg was a URL hidden in the book for This was the first stage of the contest where the 2011 Atari 2600 game The Stacks by developers Mike Mika & Kevin Wilson [32] was featured. [33] The game Ultimate Collector: Garage Sale by Austin-based developer Portalarium was featured in the second stage of the contest. [34] [35] The final stage of the contest was announced on August 1, 2012, and was to set a world record on one of several classic arcade or Atari 2600 games. This was completed on August 9, 2012 by Craig Queen, who set a new world record in Joust. He was awarded the DeLorean on the TV series X-Play. [36] Film adaptation [ edit ] • Jobs • Decimals G Alexandra Elbakyan is named one of “ Nature’s 10”, which featured “ten people who mattered” in 2016 ( Van Noorden, 2016). This article profiles Alexandra and includes an estimate that Sci-Hub serves “3% of all downloads from science publishers worldwide.” Logout • A man uses a handkerchief with a drug on it to render a teen boy unconscious. 12 | TreeHugger 3,733 - eBizMBA Rank | 2,200,000 - Estimated Unique Monthly Visitors | 4,592