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• The Handmaid’s Tale season 4: Serena Joy finally faces consequences? • ^ "Elsevier Forces ISP to Block Access to Sci-Hub, ISP Blocks Elsevier as Well". The Wire. 5 November 2018. Archived from the original on 5 December 2018 . Retrieved 4 December 2018. "Prices for online content from two providers have increased by about 145% over the past six years, which far exceeds not only the consumer price index, but also the higher education and the library price indices," an internal Harvard memo read. A Harvard researcher crunched the numbers: The cost of academic journals is rising much faster than the consumer price index. Harvard it means that our security filter has made a mistake. We're very sorry about that! • 1987: L.A. Law It is an interesting opinion piece (read another thinly veiled SciHub hit job), where you very neatly make statements that conflate hackers with SciHub, without providing any real evidence to back them up. You talk about stolen credentials, and then lay the blame at the foot of SciHub- without any actual proof that they stole or hacked them. Yes they may be using stolen credentials (which I agree is very, very poor form and weakens their position, and importantly reputation), however you offer no proof that they are the originators of the theft or did hacking (do you have such evidence?). More evidence collected shows that credentials that get into Sci-Hub’s hands are subsequently shared widely. How do we know? We caught them. When a particular set of credentials had been stolen and used first by Sci-Hub, the password was reset. For a short period afterward, the stolen credentials were monitored. The log file analysis revealed that there were 302 further attempts to access the site using the stolen credentials. The access points came from 12 countries including the United States, China, Thailand and Hong Kong. • - EarthPorn • - mildlyinteresting window.modules["64"] = [function(require,module,exports){var baseIteratee=require(833),basePullAt=require(859);function remove(e,r){var t=[];if(!e||!e.length)return t;var a=-1,u=[],l=e.length;for(r=baseIteratee(r,3);++a e.trim()):[],i=e?e.dataset.tags.split(",").map(e=>e.trim()):[];return t.includes("New York Magazine Story")||i.includes("new york magazine")?"Magazine":"Article"}module.exports={getClientHistory:_memoize(getClientHistory),updateClientHistory:_memoize(updateClientHistory),updateClientHistoryWithPageData:_memoize(updateClientHistoryWithPageData)}; Julie Berghoff (for "Offred", "Birth Day", "Nolite Te Bastardes Carborundorum") View photo · • Artificial scarcity " Leeches", are those users who download more than they share. As BitTorrent is a collaborative distributed platform, there is a section of the community that wants solutions to punish and discourage such behaviour. [110] Malware [ edit ] • VII Night American Horror Story

1One of the most striking facets of Margaret Atwood’s The Handmaid’s Tale is how interior a book it is : throughout, the silence enforced by Gilead’s institutional misogyny masks Offred’s eloquent sensitivity to the powers and limitations of language and narrative, and to the messages carried by other characters’ gestures. The lack of dialogue, at least in the dystopian present tense of the novel, is one way the book explores the suppression of women’s voices and the relationship between communication and community – the two greatest threats to Gilead’s enforced order. Broadly speaking, the novel’s treatment of discourse, politics, and community frame several related issues I wish to examine here : First, there is the capacity of “semaphore” – systems of signalling across distances (symbolic or otherwise) – and body language to suggest both the restrictive policies of Gilead and to provide moments of liberation. Also, there are the ways in which Gilead’s patriarchal definition of the female body determines the politics of body language and problematizes women’s bodies as sites of articulation and speaking subjects. Finally, I want to consider the relationship between identity and acts of language – specifically composition and revision – and, by extension, the function of Gileadean discourse to reduce identity to a set of roles or masks. • music • Call For Papers Three actresses were top-runners for the role of Art3mis: Elle Fanning, Olivia Cooke, and Lola Kirke; In September 2015, Cooke was announced as having been cast in the coveted female lead role. In January 2016, Ben Mendelsohn joined the cast. In February 2016, Tye Sheridan was confirmed as playing the lead role of Wade, after a lengthy nationwide casting call failed to produce an unknown for the part. In March 2016, Simon Pegg joined the cast. In April 2016, Mark Rylance joined the cast, and in June 2016, T.J. Miller, Hannah John-Kamen and Win Morisaki also joined. In July 2016, Philip Zhao joined the cast, and Lena Waithe, Ralph Ineson, McKenna Grace, and Letitia Wright were later also announced to have been cast. • LJ Jensen • Benchmark yourself against your main competitors Torrents with multiple trackers can decrease the time it takes to download a file, but also have a few consequences: “A gunshot of fun with a wicked sense of timing and a cast of characters that you’re pumping your fist in the air with whenever they succeed. I haven’t been this much on the edge of my seat for an ending in years.” — Chicago Reader Thanks in advance • ^ Fienberg, Daniel (April 13, 2017). " The Handmaid's Tale: TV Review". The Hollywood Reporter . Retrieved April 14, 2017. • "Hold on to Something" | LITFL posts | Eponyms | Books | vocortex | • Peer to peer • - listentothis • ^ Himmelstein, Daniel S; Romero, Ariel Rodriguez; Levernier, Jacob G; Munro, Thomas Anthony; McLaughlin, Stephen Reid; Greshake Tzovaras, Bastian; Greene, Casey S (1 March 2018). "Sci-Hub provides access to nearly all scholarly literature". eLife. 7. doi: 10.7554/eLife.32822. ISSN 2050-084X. PMC 5832410. PMID 29424689. Archived from the original on 21 May 2019 . Retrieved 21 May 2019. Modern Prose Literature • Best Website Lists • Teacher of Mathematics SciShow Historic TIME may receive compensation for some links to products and services on this website. Offers may be subject to change without notice. | EU Data Subject Requests Thank you! Europe PMC Funders' Group, in partnership with • Home • American Journal of Social and Management Sciences • Journal Selection • ReadCube • 50+ Infographics About Ready Player One (Movie Tie-In) It's not a guarantee that Spielberg will return for the sequel, although Cline told Collider that the director did give him some notes on the book sequel. • Tubi • Peercasting A straight comparison of 56M DOI's with another similarly large number of DOIs would require at least 2.5 X 10 14 comparisons. Was it done this way? If so, how long did it take? Was another clustering method used? • Letitia Wright – Reb (Safe House) Alexandra Elbakyan, founder of the scholarly piracy website Sci-Hub, is suspected of working with Russian intelligence officials to steal confidential research and military secrets from American universities. • popular I take on board all of the points raised in this article and many reflect valid concerns. However, in the real world of running a research team that works with partners in places such as Bangladesh, Syria, Ethiopia & Malaysia I can only say that SciHub has been a fantastic boon especially to our PhD students who have suddenly been granted free and simple access to a huge corpus of relevant literature. They have downloaded thousands of articles as have many of their peers throughout the world. SciHub has brought instant reliable knowledge to a global audience that includes non-specialists as well as researchers. Colleagues have watched with amusement as the big bad boys in Elsevier, Springer etc tried and failed to block SciHub such that it is now turned into a Robin Hood figure of our times. I may say that I was brought up on the paywall model of scientific publication and have hundreds of papers & dozens of books published by Elsevier, Springer etc but ties are changing and they need to adapt very quickly. I also edit a journal that is funded by a trust and is both free and completely open access. This may be one of the models to look at for the future whereby scientific publishing could become a non-profit service for the global community. • v Video sharing sites Offred had another name, before she was seized as breeding stock, her husband killed and her daughter taken by the state. Now she’s identified as the property of her “commander,” Fred Waterford (Joseph Fiennes). The name is a loaner. If Offred disappoints, she’ll be exiled to clean up radioactive waste with other “unwomen” until she dies, and another woman will be “of Fred.” 1) The authors make one claim that seems to me not supported by the evidence. They claim that their paper shows that toll-based publishing is becoming unsustainable. But they also point to a recent study that estimates that the ratio of the number of times papers are downloaded from the publisher to downloaded from Sci-Hub is 48:1 for Elsevier and 20:1 for Royal Society of Chemistry. This suggests that Sci-Hub so far has very little influence on the subscription demand for journal articles. • Fopnu Timeline: “Cleopatra: Portrait of a Killer” IP address: The latest Sci-Hub working domain(Last check time:Fri, 29 May 2020 17:13:01 GMT) Pseb 12th Result Live Update Integrations (SSO/LMS) Brightspace Gratuit pendant 30 jours. Ensuite, Audible est à 9,95 €/mois. Vous recevez un crédit par mois, échangeable contre n'importe quel livre audio, peu importe sa durée ou son prix ! I received an email from a lawyer at @twobirds, @moniquewadsted, on behalf of @ElsevierConnect regarding my blog post about where to download research papers and scientific articles for free. • January 2020 • Home & Away Thank you to everyone for your comments. I have today added evidence as an addendum to the original article. When it comes to evidence I have to be careful; I cannot provide exact details without giving away our sources. I can say that we have been able to monitor activity patterns through log files and trace the source of the activity as being Sci-Hub, we have then gone on to monitor subsequent activity from the same source and we have seen all kinds of criminal activity coming from that source. Plant Soil Water Tester • Technology and Disruption • Tribler Sure, sci-hub might be stealing credentials. Or they could just get your social security number, date of birth, address, mothers maiden name and financial history from Equifax, passport details from Air Canada or British Airways, or medical history from from Anthem or the Australian Red Cross Blood Service. Basically if you’ve interacted with an organization that uses computers, you’ve probably had all of that information stolen already. When Elbakyan found herself facing paywall after paywall, she began to wonder why she shouldn’t just jump them Once Parzival unlocks the secret of the initial race challenge, a few other Gunters follow in his footsteps. As he explains through narration, Art3mis witnessed him stopping at the starting line of the race, and it didn't take her long to decipher the real secret he had uncovered. After informing Aech how to achieve the same task, but only on an oath of secrecy... Aech spilled the beans to Daito, and Shoto soon followed. • Segmented file transfer Megan Farokhmanesh, Reporter: Well, I’ve never felt more like a masochist than after reading all these thoughtful points, because I just devoured a rewatch of the first season. I empathize a lot with what’s been said here; the sheer exhaustion of my first time with it lingers in my memory. Seeing parts of myself — an experience I so rarely get in media, as a queer woman of color — in characters like Moira or Emily is a painful experience when they live in a world constructed to grind them down, if not outright destroy them. Coupled with the real-life happenings at that time, it felt like an exercise in emotional self-harm to track the show so closely. Returning to it now, however, I found myself anticipating and even savoring the wins of the first season in a way I couldn’t before. The mysteries were gone. I knew exactly where the pain points were and how to steady myself. • # research During the ride to Commander Warren's house, Offred wonders if Janine will give birth to a deformed child, an Unbaby. One in four women have been poisoned by toxins and other environmental pollution, which leads to birth deformities in their children. She recalls Aunt Lydia saying that women who did not want to have babies poisoned their own bodies or got their tubes tied. She calls these women Jezebels, scorners of God's gifts. In an old classroom, Aunt Lydia showed them a graph of how the birthrate had fallen over the course of history, eventually falling below the "line of replacement." Aunt Lydia said that women who did not want to breed were lazy sluts. She explains how much better childbirth is in Gilead in contrast to the old days, because birth is entirely natural. Women are not even allowed drugs to soothe their pain, because it is better for the baby, and because God wants women to suffer during childbirth. In 2015, Elsevier filed a lawsuit against Sci-Hub, in Elsevier et al. v. Sci-Hub et al., at the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York. [18] Library Genesis (LibGen) was also a defendant in the case [19] [20] [9] which may be based in either the Netherlands [20] or also in Russia. [21] It was the largest copyright infringement case that had been filed in the US, or in the world, at the time. [22] Elsevier alleged that Sci-Hub violated copyright law and induced others to do so, and it alleged violations of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act as well as inducements to violate that law. [22] Elsevier asked for monetary damages and an injunction to stop the sharing of the papers. [22] • game & video sharing • Online video platform • Behavioural insights