Tag Archives: Open Source

How Ironic: Promoting Open Science Through a Subscription-based Journal. But is It?

Paul Allen, co-founder of Microsoft, 57th richest man on earth and founder of Vulcan Inc. took it upon himself to promote and advocate something we at InTech have at heart: open science and open data. The article, stating Allen’s latest … Continue reading

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Nielsen Talks About Open Science over Skype in Rijeka, Croatia

Rijeka welcomed Nielsen’s first Skype talk yesterday and his theme was, as usual, the benefits and obstacles to open science. From his apartment in Toronto, he gave an inspiring introduction to a possible second open science revolution for both students … Continue reading

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Dive Into HTML5 by Mark Pilgrim, With Illustrations from the Public Domain

Mark Pilgrim, Google’s software developer and an advocate of free software, author of books such as Dive Into Python and Dive Into Accessibility, for programmers and web designers, has recently finished his research into HTML5. His new book, Dive Into … Continue reading

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Reference Management Software – Doing Your Hard Work, So You Don’t Have To

A work on a scientific paper most often includes stimulative brain activities and the excitement of research itself and finally, the discovery of new ideas by which we can be a sort of interventionists in the world that surrounds us. Besides … Continue reading

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600,000 Words from Oxford English Dictionary – Use Them, Choose Them and Don’t Wear Them Out!

When I use a word,’ Humpty Dumpty said, in rather a scornful tone, ‘it means just what I choose it to mean — neither more nor less.’ (Lewis Carroll, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland) A worthy hint from Open Culture website, … Continue reading

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