8012
Who’s to blame for Sci-Hub? Librarians, of course! [NOT!] | Confessions of a Science Librarian
Who’s to blame for Sci-Hub? Librarians, of course! [NOT!] | Confessions of a Science Librarian
3 days ago
(404) https://twitter.com/ALA_LITA/status/726118508157911040
Woo, hoo! Great LITA members joining the leadership this year. Congrats!
from twitter
3 days ago
Who's downloading pirated papers [from SciHub]? Everyone | Science | AAAS
Who's downloading pirated papers [from SciHub]? Everyone | Science | AAAS
3 days ago
Designing Useful Contributing Guides (OSSAT Talk)
Designing Useful [open source] Contributing Guides (OSSAT Talk slides)
from twitter
6 days ago
Libraries play a crucial role [opinion] | The Columbus Dispatch
Ohioans love their libraries, an affection that translates into strong taxpayer support, which in turn produces excellent libraries that can extend services to enrich and improve people
7 days ago
Disk Array Backup on EC2 Part III: LVM backup with EBS Volumes | N2WS
Disk Array Backup on EC2 Part III: LVM backup with EBS Volumes | N2WS
7 days ago
How to create and configure LVM volume on EBS in Amazon EC2 | N2WS
How to create and configure LVM volume on EBS in Amazon EC2 | N2WS
7 days ago
Twitter
"There was awful noise and mayhem, but the book exploded very well. Yeah." Sweet.
from twitter
7 days ago
How to write a simple Twitter bot in JavaScript — World Writable
How to write a simple Twitter bot in JavaScript — World Writable
from twitter
17 days ago
Choose Boring Technology [tried-and-true tech, constraining your tech footprint] | Dan McKinley
Choose Boring Technology [tried-and-true tech, constraining your tech footprint] | Dan McKinley
18 days ago
How to write a simple Twitter bot in JavaScript — World Writable
How to write a simple Twitter bot in JavaScript [with lots of links to resources] | World Writable
from twitter
18 days ago
Twitter
RT : Excited to see the open-access version of this book!
from twitter
20 days ago
Online Piracy of Academic Materials Extends to Scholarly Books - The Chronicle of Higher Education
Online Piracy of Academic Materials Extends to Scholarly Books | Chronicle of Higher Ed
from twitter
20 days ago
Leaving Beta, New Sponsors - Let's Encrypt - Free SSL/TLS Certificates
RT : Let's Encrypt, the free and automated Certificate Authority, is out of beta:
from twitter
20 days ago
Twitter
RT : Let's Encrypt, the free and automated Certificate Authority, is out of beta:
from twitter
20 days ago
Islandora Find & Replace: Admin form to batch update datastreams | Content Math
Islandora Find & Replace: Admin form to batch update datastreams | Content Math
20 days ago
OntoWiki: a tool providing support for agile, distributed knowledge engineering scenarios
OntoWiki: a tool providing support for agile, distributed knowledge engineering scenarios
rdf  semantic  tools 
22 days ago
The Artist Using Museums to Amplify Tor’s Anonymity Network | WIRED
For the past few years, Trevor Paglen has been at the vanguard of a movement of fine artists who have led gallery-goers to grapple with the realities of online privacy and government spying. Now
24 days ago
Instagram and the Cult of the Attention Web: How the Free Internet is Eating Itself | Jesse Weaver on Medium
Instagram and the Cult of the Attention Web: How the Free Internet is Eating Itself | Jesse Weaver on Medium
26 days ago
Islandora Disqus: Does that need a module? | ContentMath blog
Read about the approach taken to easily include commenting on Islandora content and why Islandora Disqus is the simplest way to do so.
26 days ago
The system is just this rigged: Dark money, Citizens United and the secret story of how big money stole our democracy | Salon
D.C.’s SweatshopsNot too far from the Capitol Hill townhouses are the call centers that both Democrats and Republicans use to dial for dollars. Endlessly.This is how Senator Dick Durbin, Democrat of
27 days ago
RFC 7807: Problem Details for HTTP APIs [structured response data in JSON or XML]
RFC 7807: Problem Details for HTTP APIs [structured response data in JSON or XML]
27 days ago
A spiritual successor to Aaron Swartz is angering publishers all over again [Alexandra Elbakyan of Sci-Hub] | Ars Technica
A spiritual successor to Aaron Swartz is angering publishers all over again [Alexandra Elbakyan of Sci-Hub] | Ars…
28 days ago
Advertising's hottest surveillance software is surprisingly legal [cross-device profile building] | Engadget
You may have heard that the FTC this week sent out a dozen strongly worded letters to apps using the SilverPush framework. The FTC politely told 12 app develope...
5 weeks ago
Encrypting data in transit | Web Fundamentals - Google Developers
Security is an important part of the web for both developers and users. Moving forward, Transport Layer Security (TLS) support will be required for most APIs.
5 weeks ago
There is no “my” in open source [re: NPM conflict]| Nadia Eghbal on Medium
There is no “my” in open source [re: NPM conflict]| Nadia Eghbal on Medium
5 weeks ago
How the Code4Lib annual conference is helping shape the future of libraries | Knight Foundation Blog
How the Code4Lib annual conference is helping shape the future of libraries | Knight Foundation Blog
5 weeks ago
Concordia University libraries hit by security breach [keyloggers found on library PCs] | CBC news
Officials at Concordia University have filed a police report after recently noticing a security breach at the university's Webster and Vanier libraries.
5 weeks ago
95% of HTTPS Servers Vulnerable to Trivial Connection Hijacking | SecurityWeek
With just 5 percent of web servers correctly implementing HTTP Strict Transport Security (HSTS), the remaining 95 percent are vulnerable to trivial connection hijacking attacks, research shows. As
5 weeks ago
Alternative Metrics Initiative - National Information Standards Organization
RT : releases draft and seeks comments on Definitions and
Use Cases document until April 20
Altmetrics  NISO  from twitter
5 weeks ago
Breaking News Consumer's Handbook: Terrorism Edition - On The Media - WNYC
RT : Time to once again pull out the Breaking News Consumer Handbook, Terrorism Edition:
from twitter
6 weeks ago
Update your old Kindle [versions prior to 2013] now before it's cut off from the internet | ZDNet
Update your old Kindle [versions prior to 2013] now before it's cut off from the internet | ZDNet
6 weeks ago
As Holy Week approaches, 'A Word to the Church' [reflecting on the divisiveness of the current election cycle] | United Church of Christ
As Holy Week approaches, 'A Word to the Church' [reflecting on the divisiveness of the current election cycle] |…
6 weeks ago
Twitter
What is happening outside my office right now...
from twitter
6 weeks ago
Twitter
Partisanship aside, video compression algorithms clearly (ha!) have a hard time dealing with confetti drops.
from twitter
6 weeks ago
Secrets, Lies, and Account Recovery: Lessons from the Use of Personal Knowledge Questions at Google | the morning paper
Secrets, Lies, and Account Recovery: Lessons from the Use of Personal Knowledge Questions at Google | the morning…
6 weeks ago
Tron: free and open-source script that automates the process of disinfecting and cleaning up Windows systems | Reddit
Tron: free and open-source script that automates the process of disinfecting and cleaning up Windows systems |…
7 weeks ago
Why Are We Fighting the Crypto Wars Again? — Backchannel — Medium
Why Are We Fighting the Crypto Wars Again? — Backchannel — Medium
from twitter
7 weeks ago
The Epic Story of Dropbox’s Exodus From the Amazon Cloud Empire | Wired
The Epic Story of Dropbox’s Exodus From the Amazon Cloud Empire | Wired
7 weeks ago
EFF uncovers US DoJ spying on you! | NetworkWorld
EFF uncovers US DoJ spying on you! | NetworkWorld
7 weeks ago
Why Are We Fighting the Crypto Wars Again? — Backchannel — Medium
Why Are We Fighting the Crypto Wars Again? | Backchannel on Medium
from twitter
7 weeks ago
Why Are We Fighting the Crypto Wars Again? | Backchannel on Medium
Last week I arrived in San Francisco to hear good news: Whitfield Diffie and Martin Hellman had won the ACM A.M. Turing Award. This is the Nobel Prize of computer science, with a million-dollar c
7 weeks ago
stringham/raffle: HTML and Javascript Raffle System | GitHub
stringham/raffle: HTML and Javascript Raffle System | GitHub
7 weeks ago
Weather Forecast & Reports - Long Range & Local | Wunderground | Weather Underground
Weather Forecast & Reports - Long Range & Local | Wunderground | Weather Underground
from twitter
8 weeks ago
Weather Forecast & Reports - Long Range & Local | Wunderground | Weather Underground
Indian Run Meadows Weather | Personal Weather Station: KOHDUBLI26 by | Weather Underground
from twitter
8 weeks ago
RFC 7776 - IETF Anti-Harassment Procedures
RFC 7776 - IETF Anti-Harassment Procedures
8 weeks ago
Twitter
Jutting ice formation on patio this morning. What caused this? Wx details at
from twitter
8 weeks ago
RFC 7725 - An HTTP Status Code to Report Legal Obstacles
RFC 7725 - An HTTP Status Code to Report Legal Obstacles
8 weeks ago
FREE Book: Updated, 2nd edition of Graph Databases (by O'Reilly) | InfoQ
FREE Book: Updated, 2nd edition of Graph Databases (by O'Reilly) | InfoQ
9 weeks ago
« earlier      
access accessibility advertising agile ajax ala ala12 ala2007 alamw10 amazon amazon_ec2 apache api apple architecture audio barcode blog book browser business career citation cloudcomputing cmh code4lib collaboration color commerce comparison conference copyright creativecommons css culture data database datamining description design development digital digital_libraries digitization directory discovery disruption disruptive dltj dns dpla dplafest dr drc drm drupal dspace ebook ebooks eclipse economics education ejb3 ejournal email encryption etextbook facebook fedora fedora_dr finance firefox flash flying foss4lib frbr free funstuff future gbs gentoo google googlebooksearch government graphics gtd hardware hcod highered history howto html html5 http humor identifier iii ils imaging innovation internet internetarchive interview islandora j2ee j2karclib java javascript jisc jpeg2000 kindle koha legal legislation libraries library library2.0 library20 librarysoa licensing linkeddata linux lita litaforum loc maps marc marketing mashup metadata metasearch microformats mobile monitoring mswindows music mysql networking news ngc4lib niso nisoprivacy oai oaiore oclc odcecon ohiolink opac open openaccess openlibrary opensource osx paper pdf perl pgp phone photography photoshop php pipa politics presentation preservation printondemand privacy productivity programming protect-ip publishers publishing python rdf reference repair repository research resource resourcesync rest retail rootstrikers sakai scalability schoss science screencast seam search searchengine security semanticweb service shibboleth soa socialmedia socialnetworking software sopa source spam specification standards statistics storage streaming subversion support sysadmin tedtalk television textbook tools travel trends tutorial twitter unconference univsysohio unread usability utilities video visualization weather web web2.0 webarchitecture webdesign webdev webservices wikipedia wireless wordpress worldcat writing xml xslt

Copy this bookmark:



description:


tags: