Monthly Archives: January 2012

Open science: why is it so hard?

OK, I am becoming obsessed with Lemire’s blog. One more post from there now, and back to my own work I go. Incidentally, the book by Michael Nielsen discussed below is sitting in my queue of e-books I really should … Continue reading

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How to revise research papers after receiving harsh reviews

I just learned of Daniel Lemire’s blog from a post by Noam Nisan on Google+. The following post from Lemire’s blog is so good I had to fight the temptation to quote its entirety here. I heartily recommend it, and … Continue reading

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Protest against the proposed SOPA and PIPA bills

These bills would strangle freedom on the World Wide Web. I urge all visitors to visit the Electronic Frontier Foundation’s action page and take action. Thank you.

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