on scholarly communication
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"We no longer need the terrorists. We’re now so good at terrorizing ourselves." @Bruce_Schneier - wapo.st/1bpz0o4
Last week from Stuart Shieber's Twitter ·
@Stephen_Curry Scan it in and email it to him. Oh, wait… @michael_nielsen
About 2 weeks ago from Stuart Shieber's Twitter ·
@Stephen_Curry @michael_nielsen Why rely on Google? bit.ly/1zahVTV
@grimmelm You’re a champ. (And you’ll profit from @HarvardDASH Google juice.)
@michael_nielsen Probably not an OA citation advantage though. Studies show.… ;-)
Former Harvard undergrads, you can post your outdated senior theses too. I'm looking at you, @grimmelm. #powerofOA bit.ly/1zagTay
My 1981 senior thesis was read by 3 people until 2013 posting in @HarvardDASH; since then 136. Go figure. #powerofOA bit.ly/1aK0gN4
Don’t think nonreligion anti-discrimination laws are important? - bit.ly/1Dah8qa - #thankgodformadison