Seriously. So the images here:
get you to the caption on slide 8:
In April 2001, a shadow fell over the five-bedroom, four-bath colonial house Marcus Camby bought for his mother and two sisters in Hartford, Conn. (The dot above shows the vicinity of the home.) A man broke into the [...]
The number of retraction notices published annually in Thomson Reuters’ online database of scientific papers rose from about 30 in the early 2000s to more than 400 in 2011, while the volume of publications rose by only 44%, according to a Nature article reported in The New York Times. Science may [...]
The website of the Moscow-based Andrey Rylkov Foundation was closed down by the Russian government’s Federal Drug Control Service (FSKN) on Friday 3rd February 2012.
“The FSKN was able to close the site as the result of recently adopted rules around Russian domain name registration. Human rights defenders say that any any law [...]
For years, the open science movement has sought to light a fire about the “closed” journal-publication system. In the last few weeks their efforts seemed to have ignited a broader flame, driven mainly, it seems, by the revelation that one of the most resented publishers, Elsevier, was backing the Research Works [...]
Journalists who don’t read things properly and understand them even less, of course, have never brought harm to anything or anyone.
Worst confirmation bias/motivated reasoning behind interpreting an academic article that I think I’ve ever seen. And this idiot is apparently the economics leader writer for the Guardian.
Wait till this guy finds out [...]
I remain a bit amazed that it’s become an indisputable premise in Washington that there’s an enormous piracy problem, that it’s having a devastating impact on US content industries, and that some kind of aggressive new legislation is needed tout suite to stanch the bleeding. Despite the fact that [...]