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Jim H, Twitter • reddit premium Library Genesis is a database of over 5 million (yes, million) free papers, articles, entire journals, and non-fiction books. They also have comics, fiction books, and books in many non-english languages. They are also known as LibGen or Genesis Library. Many of the papers on Library Genesis are the same as sci hub, but what sets them apart is that Library Genesis has books as well. • hal hatır sormayıp direkt konuya giren insan 351 • • Student Life

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• Boards of Management • About the Education Gazette 191,950 Open in a separate window • Japan Lee Child Audiobooks Youtube • August 2019 The next visual is just three pages of 60 I’ve compiled, taken from the Passfans website, showing a wide variety of organizations whose stolen credentials are shared online. This is rife, and it’s a huge problem. This is a sample of the 60 pages the author compiled from the Passfans website that shows the wide variety of organizations whose stolen credentials were shared online. Depends on the discipline. If we sold law books, then those are pretty expensive, but most students have big loans and most attorneys consult our library instead of buying the books. But we sell in the humanities and social sciences, and I would say our average price is $20 - 50. Not cheap, but commodities are increasingly expensive across the board. People pay more for DVDs than they pay for some of our books. Source: FreeThink • Grey literature насчёт «я бы себе молодому таких люлей навешал за тогдашнюю общественную позицию» — ну так это, «старость не в радость», с приобретением жизненного опыта начинаешь совершенно по-другому смотреть на действия и оценивать последствия этих действий. • Steps in the literature review process • Transformative Research How are they doing this? Stolen individual credentials are published on websites. So far, we know of 29 sites that openly boast about having passwords to access library content. We’ve monitored these and asked libraries to take corrective action. The latest Sci-Hub working domain(Last check time:Thu, 28 May 2020 17:13:01 GMT) • Business and Law • Executive Summary Unpaywall Questions about Philosophy? Flip Book Brochure • March 2011 • We said: Vive la révolution! A sweeping epic and a completely satisfying read. Full of love, anger, drama and wit. Quite possibly the perfect novel. • Jobs • Evolutionary aspects of mate preferences Also, you can try for downloading lots of scientific papers and books PLOS ONE If Sci-Hub really is busy hacking into universities’ IT systems to get unauthorised access to articles – which include personal data such as authors names, addresses and emails – then those organisations that are in the EU should be reporting the breaches to DP authorities. Have any of them done so? If there are no such reports then either there has been no hacking, or the Universities are breaking EU law by failing to report the breaches….. • Legislation • Patents • Scholarships and Bursaries • give award • ^ Gardner, Carolyn Caffrey; Gardner, Gabriel J. (19 April 2017). "Fast and Furious (at Publishers): The Motivations behind Crowdsourced Research Sharing". College & Research Libraries. 78 (2). doi: 10.5860/crl.78.2.16578. ISSN 2150-6701. Archived from the original on 20 October 2018 . Retrieved 19 October 2018. E.g. CopySwede( is the Swedish lobbying organization which collects and lobbies for the fees in Sweden. We said: Silas Marner was Eliot’s favourite of her novels. It tells the story of an isolated miser, who is given a second chance to transform his life when he adopts a young orphaned child. With themes of religion, industrialisation and community, the book also provides us with a glimpse of a vanished rural world. We believe this is a very promising way to generate large volumes of labelled data, which we know is what ML loves. The trick is to structure both the biochemistry and the ML properly so as to avoid artifacts and generate useful molecules reliably. • Open gaming • NEOS Catalogue What can they do with passwords? We tested this ourselves. For one user of a library in Michigan, whose credentials were published on an Iranian website, we were not only able to access content through her account but also her profile and her personal information. We were able to track her library usage, including titles requested and when they were available for collection. The number of articles downloaded from Sci-Hub is shown over time. Sci-Hub access logs were combined from two releases: (Elbakyan and Bohannon, 2016) covering 27,819,963 downloads from September 2015 to February 2016 and (Tzovaras, 2018) covering 150,875,862 downloads from 2017. The plot shows the average number of downloads per day for months with data. There were 54 days within the collection periods without any logged access events, due presumably to service outages or server misconfiguration. Hence, we ignored days without logs when computing monthly averages. Point color indicates the proportion of days with logs for a given month. For example, November 2015 and October 2017, which were missing logs for 17 and 23 days respectively, are thus lighter. The December 2017 dropoff in downloads likely reflects the effect of domain suspensions that occurred in late November (Silver, 2017). Unlike the Sci-Hub log analyses elsewhere in this study, this plot does not filter for valid articles (i.e. DOIs in our Crossref-derived catalog of scholarly literature). Microinjection | TEER Measurment | Biosensing | Surgical Scissors | Surgical Forceps | Laboratory Supplies | Microscopes | Electrophysiology | Fluid Handling | Spectroscopy | Capillary Glass | Syringe Pumps • We're done. The extension should be available as if installed from Chrome store. English, Health and physical education, Learning languages, Mathematics and statistics, Science, Social sciences, Technology, Te reo Māori, The arts Hosts material without regard to copyright • Affiliates 10.state-of-OA.ipynb Credentials (certificates, licences, memberships, courses, etc.) • Top 100 Works in World Literature The fact that the city in the world which downloads the most documents from Sci-Hub is a minor city in Iran suggests that there is more going on here than a few academics without access to scholarly material. Related Words Classic Novels Under 150 Pages • Security hacker It wasn’t long before an administrator at Library Genesis, another pirate repository named in the lawsuit, emailed her about the announcement. “I remember when the administrator at LibGen sent me this news and said something like ‘Well, that’s... that’s a real problem.’ There’s no literal translation,” Elbakyan tells me in Russian. “It’s basically ‘That’s an ass.’ But it doesn’t translate perfectly into English. It’s more like ‘That’s fucked up. We’re fucked.’” • Frequently Asked Questions • Action Verbs | A - Z Information Systems Later that year, the publisher’s rising prices and support for restrictive legislation galvanized nearly 17,000 scientists to pledge against publishing in its journals. Facing backlash, Elsevier reversed its position. Despite its meteoric rise, the boycott ultimately faded with little concrete effect on the publishing giant. Development and societal aspects But for many, that’s still not enough. The high prestige journals, and most past works, are stuck behind paywalls. Since 2011, Sci-Hub has taken science publishing open by force, illegally obtaining papers and publishing them in violation of copyright, but at the same time facilitating scientific research and providing researchers in poorer countries with access that their rich-world colleagues take for granted. The big publishing firms naturally fought back in court and won, and with roughly $20 million of damages, drove Sci-Hub’s founder underground. • - TwoXChromosomes Here are a few tips and points that you may not have considered. ► • Adult Literacy • Receptionist CV r/scholar (on Reddit) was the precursor to sci-hub, and made most things available. We investigated the level of access provided by the University of Pennsylvania Libraries. This is a major addition to the study, since it allows us to compare Sci-Hub's database with the access of a major research university. Furthermore, the data for this analysis are openly available, making it the most comprehensive public analysis of a university's coverage of the scholarly literature (that we're aware of). Jacob Levernier, who helped perform these analyses, has been added as an author. European Bioinformatics Institute; and in cooperation with the The authors and reviewers are the ones that provide the vast majority of the value. So the monetary (and social) reward structure should be centered on them. The platform facilitating this would need funding too, but their cut should be more akin to a payment processor, say 2-5%. So more like Patreon than Spotify. There is no evidence given that accessing sci-hub to download papers will result in key loggers being placed on computers. So I disagreed with Donald that sci-hub gets credentials by offering free access to papers. (Although it may receive a small number of donated credentials to help with this aspect of its ‘mission’) That’s my only point – there is currently no evidence that accessing sci-hub to download papers will compromise your computer/library/institution. I don’t think anyone should donate their credentials and I am definitely supportive to securing networks against hackers. • ekrem imamoğlu ingilizcesi 240 • Exceptional Student Education • Laptop Reviews • About Europe PMC Job Type • • Gnutella Emma! Thank you so much for your great lesson. Coverage by category of access status • ^ "Nature's 10 Ten people who mattered this year". Nature. 540 (7634): 507–515. 2016-03-12. Bibcode: 2016Natur.540..507.. doi: 10.1038/540507a. PMID 30905952. In 2009, when she was a graduate student working on her final-year research project in Almaty, Kazakhstan, Elbakyan became frustrated at being unable to read many scholarly papers because she couldn’t afford them... It's not just wrong: it's really foolish on the part of the publishers to pursue Sci-Hub in this way. It simply provides another example of the Streisand Effect, with every legal action alerting more people to Sci-Hub's existence, and encouraging them to find out more. It's foolish, too, because it underlines the fundamental inability of publishers to stop people sharing online, which probably leads others to start doing so. Techdirt has already covered previous failures to shut down Sci-Hub. A new post on TorrentFreak provides us with an update on that continuing fiasco, with details of a new injunction obtained by one of Sci-Hub's arch-enemies, the American Chemical Society: