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Meet the Robin Hood of Science [Sci-Hub for journal articles] | Big Think
by Simon Oxenham The tale of how one researcher has made nearly every scientific paper ever published available for free to anyone, anywhere in the world. On the evening of
yesterday
Schneier: terrorists will switch to more secure alternatives to avoid encryption backdoors | Network World
A study shows that if the U.S. mandates backdoors to decrypt secret messages, there are hundreds of alternatives that are made outside the reach of U.S. law.
2 days ago
Flash memory's density surpasses hard drives for first time | Computer World
The production of 3D or stacked NAND flash in recent years has led to non-volatile memory exceeding the areal density of HDDs. This means that flash memory products with higher capacity can be built using the same surface area.
5 days ago
Library vs Internet FUD: Gathering images from where libraries, the internet and FUD intersect. | Pinterest
Library vs Internet FUD: Gathering images from where libraries, the internet and FUD intersect. | Pinterest
5 days ago
What success really looks like in open source | Nadia Eghbal on Medium
What success really looks like in open source | Nadia Eghbal on Medium
5 days ago
Libraries need to protect patron data as they turn high-tech. | Slate
The prospect of a bookless library seems bizarre and sacrilegious to some. Photo illustration by Slate. Photo by Thinkstock. This article is part of Future Tense, a collaboration among
6 days ago
Introducing the Keybase filesystem
RT : Keybase is operating on an entirely other level. They are going to have a very bright future, because so will we.
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8 days ago
Amber: A tool for blogs & websites to keep linked content accessible [Wordpress and Drupal plugin]
Amber: A tool for blogs & websites to keep linked content accessible [Wordpress and Drupal plugin]
8 days ago
Mellon Grant Continues Support of Open-Source Library System - Duke University Libraries Blogs
RT : So thrilled to be able to announce that the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation has continued to support OLE:
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9 days ago
Perceptions 2015: an International Survey of Library Automation (from Marshall Breeding)
Perceptions 2015: an International Survey of Library Automation (from Marshall Breeding)
11 days ago
Twitter
Hey and , was watching this video today and was tuned into the design aspects a la
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13 days ago
Designing for Crisis by Eric Meyer—An Event Apart video | Vimeo
It’s easy to design for the idealized user, someone who’s smart, calm, and informed. It’s less easy, and thus more important, to design for a more…
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13 days ago
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OpenRefine for PastPerfect to CollectionSpace Data Migration on Vimeo
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18 days ago
Islandora Foundation Newsletter - January 2016
RT : The latest Foundation newsletter is out! Catch up on what's been happening in the community:
islandora  from twitter
19 days ago
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New Online Openness Lets Museums Share Works With the World | New York Times
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19 days ago
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Google Books: A Complex and Controversial Experiment [on problems with the n-gram viewer] |…
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19 days ago
OpenRefine for PastPerfect to CollectionSpace Data Migration on Vimeo
I did a screencast for a client last year () on OpenRefine plus CSV reconcile.
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19 days ago
6 rules of sticker club, and the missing (unofficial) sticker manual | Opensource(dot)com
While I was looking at the collection of stickers on the All Things Open 2015 sticker table, I complimented event organizer Todd Lewis, who was standing nearby, on the conference stickers. Photo by
22 days ago
AWS Certificate Manager – Deploy SSL/TLS-Based Apps on AWS [with free certs!] | AWS Official Blog
I am fascinated by things that are simple on the surface and complex underneath! For example, consider the popular padlock icon that is used to signify that traffic to and from a web site is
22 days ago
A free, almost foolproof way to check for malware [using Sysinternals' Process Explorer and VirusTotal] | InfoWorld
A free, almost foolproof way to check for malware [using Sysinternals' Process Explorer and VirusTotal] | InfoWorld
23 days ago
Twitter
It's unsourced, but my bathroom reader calendar says it's true...
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25 days ago
SCaLE 14x interview with Jenn Greenaway | Opensource.com
RT : Open source communities need mentors via . Couldn't agree more.
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4 weeks ago
Interview: Stolen, the problematic app that lets you buy and sell people on Twitter | Gadgette
Interview: Stolen, the problematic app that lets you buy and sell people on Twitter | Gadgette
4 weeks ago
5 facts about Sunnis and Shiites that help make sense of the Saudi-Iran crisis | Washington Post
Iranian protesters set fire to the Saudi Embassy in Tehran on Jan. 2 during a demonstration against the execution of prominent Shiite Muslim cleric Nimr al-Nimr by Saudi authorities. (Mohammadreza
5 weeks ago
Meet 802.11ah: low powered Wi-Fi with greater range for the IoT market | ZDNet
Say hello to HaLow, the newest standard from the Wi-Fi Alliance that promises to use less power while also nearly doubling the range of wireless devices.HaLow is the brand-friendly name for 802.11ah
5 weeks ago
How Do Sunni and Shia Islam Differ? | New York Times
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Why the Post Office Makes America Great | New York Times
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Turn nearly any laptop into a Chromebook for free | ZDNet
Turn nearly any laptop into a Chromebook for free | ZDNet
5 weeks ago
Keep your canned goods. There are better ways to help feed the poor. | Washington Post
During the season of giving, the most common method of organized charity is probably the food drive. Businesses often set up makeshift boxes in their lobbies that soon overflow with canned goods.
5 weeks ago
Qora, an open source cryptocurrency | Opensource.com
Qora, an open source cryptocurrency [reimagined] | Opensource(dot)com
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6 weeks ago
Mosh: the mobile shell (shell connections that survive underlying network changes!)
Mosh: the mobile shell (shell connections that survive underlying network changes!)
6 weeks ago
Using WEBP/JPEG 2000/JPEG-XR/APNG Now With Picturefill and Modernizr | User Agent Man
Using WEBP/JPEG 2000/JPEG-XR/APNG Now With Picturefill and Modernizr | User Agent Man
7 weeks ago
WiFi routers are getting way more expensive — here’s why you should buy a new one anyway | The Washington Post
WiFi routers are getting way more expensive — here’s why you should buy a new one anyway | The Washington Post
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