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Ilość: szt. Invisible Man Free Movie • Geography Notes Class 12th by Rajasthan Board (RBSE) • Isaiah • KS2 SATs The Ethiopian Tewahedo church accepts all of the deuterocanonical books of Catholicism and anagignoskomena of Eastern Orthodoxy except for the four Books of Maccabees. [17] It accepts the 39 protocanonical books along with the following books, called the " narrow canon". [18] The enumeration of books in the Ethiopic Bible varies greatly between different authorities and printings. [19] • ^ Radish, Christina (March 29, 2018). "Ernest Cline on 'Ready Player One', Working with Spielberg, and Hopes for a Sequel". Collider. Complex Media. Archived from the original on March 31, 2018 . Retrieved April 1, 2018. Which country are you from? Where are you now, in industry? Is there less toxic environment than in academia?

• that many such interactions occur over a distance and over time • Medicine/Diseases Blood vessel injury may spur disease's fatal second phase • Stabilizing brain-computer interfaces • BuzzFeed Goodful Self care and ideas to help you live a healthier, happier life. To that, I’d respond with a quote from Nick Harkaway — Author of “The Blind Giant: Being Human in a Digital World” who says, “And don’t tell me the end justifies the means because it doesn’t. We never reach the end. All we ever get is the means. That’s what we live with.” Sci-Hub is nothing more than large scale theft. As a means it is neither sustainable nor defendable. In my view it’s also not something we should live with. Response in Support of the Resolution (Himmelstein) • Check the developer mode in upper right. During our presentation at SSP (I was part of the panel, but did not address this part of the argument), Pitts et al. did discuss evidence for nefarious Sci-Hub behavior beyond copyright infringement, notably including circumvention of 2FA protocols and the planitng of malware. I know Pitts is traveling today and won’t in a position to respond to comments until tomorrow, but I’m hoping that he will be able to share further information about this. Hosea • Corrections Policy Science News is an award-winning, news magazine that publishes concise, accurate, timely articles about all areas of science and covers important and emerging scientific research. You can subscribe to Science News in print, online digital format, and on the Kindle and iPad. It’s also distributed in audio form on in a 1-month subscription or 12-month subscription. You can also search for Science News on the Audible site to find single issues you can purchase. I wish there was a centralized database of e.g. movies where you could legally buy any movie ever filmed, with subtitles in any language and get a DRM-free copy in a common format you could play anywhere. Sadly this is hardly possible given today laws.

come to my blog! ...more • Future Students The French literary magazine Transfuge asked a group of francophone writers to pick their best foreign work of fiction. These are the results. - Transfuge • Colombia:T Old Testament • forces as vectors – Inside Sorrento and I-R0k’s orb of power is a D-20 dice. Dungeons & Dragons fans know what’s up with that, including our dear commenter Tom Stephens who brought it to our attention. VIOLENCE/GORE 5 - Drones plant explosives and when they ignite they blow up a stack of trailers with people inside (they collapse in flames and people on the ground run and scream (we see a teen boy with a charred face as he walks away from the scene). A man punches a teen boy in the face and he falls to the ground (no blood is shown). A man slams a teen boy against a wall and threatens him. A woman with a bloody cut on her cheek punches a man in the face (no wound is shown). A woman opens a van door and points a gun at a teen boy inside; she fights with a teen girl and a young boy hits her in the head with a gas tank before a teen girl kicks her out the back of the van that is now moving (we see the woman roll on the ground ). A teen boy is held from the back with a handkerchief over his nose and mouth until he passes out (we see him wake up with his hands tied and a man with a large knife cuts him loose). A teen girl held in a cell is zapped with an electric charge for a "work violation." A teen boy with a bat hits a drone several times until it shorts out in pieces on the ground. A man with blood on his face and nose holds a gun in the air when he is surrounded by many people.

We are unable to tell whether any other activity occurred, outside of usage of our e-resources via our proxy server. • Free and open-source software (FOSS) Tanakh [ edit ] You don’t provide any credentials to access sci-hub’s materials – at most you need to do a CAPTCHA. The threat is for librarians and university IT staff to manage, not sci-hub’s users. In other words, offering free access to scholarly materials doesn’t help them infiltrate universities. In the year 2044, reality is an ugly place. The only time teenage Wade Watts really feels alive is when he's jacked into the virtual utopia known as the OASIS. Wade's devoted his life to studying the puzzles hidden within this world's digital confines--puzzles that are based on their creator's obsession with the pop culture of decades past and that promise massive power and fortune to whoever can unlock them. While Elsevier wages a legal battle against Elbakyan and Sci-Hub, many in the publishing industry see the fight as futile. “The numbers are just staggering,” one senior executive at a major publisher told me upon learning the Sci-Hub statistics. “It suggests an almost complete failure to provide a path of access for these researchers.” He works for a company that publishes some of the most heavily downloaded content on Sci-Hub and requested anonymity so he could speak candidly. • Syndication Free 3:38 • Meadows A. Beyond Open: Expanding Access to Scholarly Content. The Journal of Electronic Publishing. 2015; 18 doi: 10.3998/3336451.0018.301. [ CrossRef] [ Google Scholar] • Wales Elbakyan had been pursuing a master’s program on public administration (which, she tells me, would’ve allowed her to make the “upgrade” to her living conditions she’d long been jonesing for) at Russia’s National Research University. She’d hoped it would let her influence internet information-sharing legislation. But in 2014, Elbakyan left, disappointed. • ^ "Coalition of European Funders Announces "Plan S" to Require Full OA, Cap APCs, & Disallow Publication in Hybrid Journals". SPARC. 4 September 2018. As a benchmark, we decided to compare Sci-Hub’s coverage to the access provided by a major research library. Since we were unaware of any studies that comprehensively profiled library access to scholarly articles, we collaborated with Penn Libraries to assess the extent of access available at the University of Pennsylvania (Penn). Penn is a private research university located in Philadelphia and founded by the open science pioneer Benjamin Franklin in 1749. It is one of the world’s wealthiest universities, with an endowment of over $10 billion. According to the Higher Education Research and Development Survey, R&D expenditures at Penn totaled $1.29 billion in 2016, placing it third among U.S. colleges and universities. In 2017, Penn Libraries estimates that it spent $13.13 million on electronic resources, which includes subscriptions to journals and ebooks. During this year, its users accessed 7.3 million articles and 860 thousand ebook chapters, averaging a per-download cost of $1.61. Now, my apologies for mounting my hobby horse here, but as an addendum to the most recent discussion of Sci-Hub here on SC, when I alleged that Sci-Hub is controlled and funded by Russian intelligence/the mafia (they’re the same thing), that it is a Trojan horse for Russian espionage and disruption, I would note that very soon after I made that allegation, not only was this claim disputed publicly by the person supposedly running Sci-Hub by herself even as she refuses to disclose the source of the financial and other resources needed to run the site (see the comment above about the cost of maintaining Sci-Hub), but the Russian state almost immediately blocked access to Sci-Hub within Russia’s borders. With DuckDuckGo and Web Archive, I’ve found many papers as pdf and fixed lots of permanent dead links on Wikipedia! Regards It depends on whether or not you want to be censoring your children's reading, for one, and secondly, if you want to make your child's reading decisions based on *your* tastes. I'd encourage you to avoid this behaviour, regardless of the book. What you might like and approve of might not entice your child. What if a more mature book, possibly one with sexy bits or bad language, got your child reading more, improving their language, critical thinking, and problem-solving skills? What if it opened up their mind to the world around them? 12 is considered YA, the "A" standing for "adult." YA novels deal with bad language and sex because young adults encounter these things, at least peripherally, in their everyday lives. They want to read about this stuff. Many 12-year-olds are old enough to be reading adult books; certainly many have the reading abilities to do so. Reading is a private thing. If your child needs help picking out books, that's one thing. If you're doing this because you want to keep an eye on what your kid's reading, that's something else entirely. – Before Wade Watts first enters the OASIS onscreen, we witness some questionable product placement of a drone delivering Pizza Hut to a Stacks neighbor. As shameless as this is, we also suspect it could be a sly nod to similar sci-fi commercialism in Back to the Future Part II(1989), in which Marty McFly’s family in the far-flung future of 2015 dines on small packets of grow-able Pizza Hut pies. 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. View conversation · 22 Mainly clear skies. Low 49F. Winds light and variable. Sci.Hub is a site to download reference papers and journal articles for free. Just paste the DOI of the journal article you want, and ScienceHub will fetch the PDF for you for free. • September 2010 Earthsea Runes • UK • embed • Share information with our partners to provide targeted advertising and social media features. Bryan Nguyen Hebrew • atoms bond either by transferring electrons from one atom to another or by sharing electrons • Comparison of Internet Relay Chat clients • ClassX – Interactive Lecture Streaming from Stanford University Either way, we’ll get back to you just as soon as we can. "Additions to Daniel" I just really don't get all the hero worship on someone who, at no risk to herself (she's no Edward Snowden or even Aaron Swartz), wants to stick it to the very people who support her. That effort would be far better spent on setting a real alternative publication system. ( A) Average coverage for journals divided into 2015 CiteScore deciles. The CiteScore range defining each decile is shown by the x-axis labels. The ticks represent 99% confidence intervals of the mean. This is the only analysis where “Sci-Hub Coverage” refers to journal-level rather than article-level averages. ( B) The association between 2015 CiteScore and average visitors per article is plotted for open and toll access journals. Curves show the 95% confidence band from a Generalized Additive Model. • melting, evaporation, and sublimation as reversible changes • Zephaniah The prophet Zephaniah was evidently a person of considerable social standing in Judah and was probably related to the royal line. The intent of the author was to announce to Judah God's approaching judgment. • Open-source hardware Add extensions and apps to your computer from your phone A Court Of Thorns And Roses Amazon Kindle KS2 • ^ "Lifeboat Foundation Bios: Alexandra A. Elbakyan". Lifeboat Foundation. Archived from the original on 7 May 2010 . Retrieved 15 February 2016. Alan Silvestri • - tifu • Iron Man (2008) ArXiv currently holds around 1,4 million articles and its costs for 2017 were around 1 million dollars. Call it a dollar a year to archive a paper (although this cost of course also includes some “publisher” services, such as a submission system and a very rudimentary editorial review by peer moderators). A world where publishers would charge something of that order of magnitude, is, I suspect, a world where Monbiot would never have written that opinion piece. – Also Twitter user @Yeedi_Dinsuar makes an interesting point that Halliday’s egg is a nod to the golden seed (or egg) in the anime Sword Art Online. While I’m not sure myself, judge for yourself by looking at the egg here. • Grant finder • March 2018 Commercial Sound waves Zechariah Notes and guidance (non-statutory) • - europe • 1.1.1 United States I don’t see any reply on the previous page ?! • report I had very much hoped for a less alarmist, and altogether more thoughtful and insightful discussion (with evidence) about how SciHub gets and uses credentials. Current status Dave Shirk, Brian Cantwell, Jung-Seung Hong and Subject Mostly Dead Things, by Kristen Arnett Bastian Greshake Tzovaras • eMule Hi, please replace the pdf at with the newest version of the pdf here: All market data delayed 20 minutes. Amazon Music Stream millions of songs Identities • Luke 1937年6月11日,英国数学家芒德福诞生于英国撒塞克斯郡。芒德福创造性的应用了不变式论的几何意义,建立了一门新学科——几何不变式论,还提出了代数曲面理论。由于芒德福在代数几何领域的卓越成就,他荣获了1974年度的菲尔兹奖。 • BitTorrent —DrewMcWeeny (@DrewMcWeeny) March 7, 2018 —Stephen Ford (@StephenSeanFord) March 6, 2018 —Stefan Ellison (@MisterCoat) March 6, 2018 • CS1 French-language sources (fr) Alan Silvestri