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- Guerilla Open Access Manifesto - The Guerilla Open Access Manifesto was written by Aaron Swartz, in July of 2008. The text describes the contemporary status of information, and the negative effects of copyright laws and high-cost educational materials. This manifesto serves as a call-to-action for humanity to set information free, and share knowledge with the world. You can view the … Continue reading Guerilla Open Access Manifesto
- Library Genesis Project, also known as LibGen. - Library Genesis, or LibGen, is an online search engine and database, which contains Millions of free and full-text electronic books, resources, textbooks, and more! Find some Links and Information Here.
- Sci-Hub Opens Access to Research Articles - Sci-Hub is an online search engine and “the first website in the world to provide mass & public access to research papers” with more than 58 Million papers available. Sci-Hub can also be described as a scientific journal proxy, allowing anybody to have free access to commercial articles. These articles would otherwise have been inaccessible … Continue reading Sci-Hub Opens Access to Research Articles
- The Return of Trade! - Ah, the market: a place that has existed for as long as humans have traded. And humans always trade. Whether it is food, information, services, or a friendly “hello”, humans love to trade with one another. It’s what we do! We are social creatures, and nothing is more social than trade (especially trading conversation!) What is … Continue reading The Return of Trade!
- Short Story: The Wanderer of the Room. - I don’t always write short stories, but when I do, I make them stimulating for the mind (or at least I try). This will take only about 3-4 minutes to read, but I promise the reader that if you take a moment to consider what has been said, you will be left with some delicious … Continue reading Short Story: The Wanderer of the Room.
- My Musical Composition Experiment - My desire to compose music has been rekindled! After Discovering MuseScore, an open-source music notation software, I’m currently in the process of running a creative experiment – create a song (or collection of songs) from start to finish – First creating sheet music, then performing & recording, or synthesizing using a computer, then remastering and … Continue reading My Musical Composition Experiment