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E-LIS: The Open Archive for Library and Information Science

February 21, 2006

E-LIS: The Open Archive for Library and Information Science
http://eprints.rclis.org/

E-LIS is an open access archive for scientific or technical documents, published or unpublished, on Librarianship, Information Science and Technology, and related areas. E-LIS relies on the voluntary work of individuals from a wide range of backgrounds and is non-commercial. It is not a funded project of an organization. It is community-owned and community-driven. We serve LIS researchers by facilitating their self-archiving, ensuring the long-term preservation of their documents and by providing word-wide easy access to their papers. Thery now have over 3256 documents in their archive. This has been added to Research Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog. This will be added to Academic Resources 2006 Internet MiniGuide.

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Plagiary: Cross-Disciplinary Studies in Plagiarism, Fabrication, and Falsification

February 21, 2006


Plagiary Scholarly Journal

Plagiary: Cross-Disciplinary Studies in Plagiarism, Fabrication, and Falsification
http://www.plagiary.org/

International in scope, Plagiary: Cross-Disciplinary Studies in Plagiarism, Fabrication, and Falsification is a new scholarly journal devoted specifically to the study of plagiarism and related fabrications/falsifications within the professional literature (i.e. scholarly journals and books) and popular discourse domains (i.e. journalism, politics, audio-visual texts). Providing a forum for scholarly discussion and research on trends and phenomena (both recent and historical) related to plagiarism, Plagiary features refereed research articles, “Perspectives” articles, book reviews, and responses as a point of focus on issues of vital importance to professional and popular discourse communities. The now somewhat archaic term “Plagiary” will be re-invented, re-invigorated, and used in this publication as a “cover symbol” for the various forms of plagiarism/fabrication/falsification and related fraudulent behaviors which afflict and cheapen modern discourse. In addition to redundancy, information overload and the like, discourse communities must now grapple with some rather serious forms of textual fraud being discovered on a regular basis. Yet along with such fraudulent representations which seem to be quite common across various discourse communities, there are also legimate means of derivative expression, and studies which analyze such topics as mimicry, parody, pastiche and the like are welcome for publications consideration. Plagiary will educate, critique, inform and keep discourse communities aware of current issues and developments across the disciplines. There has been a tremendous interest in these issues related to plagiarism/fabrication/falsification, but the current publications seem to be “all over the place.” This new journal will hopefully bring together existing strands of scholarship and create a point of focus for lively discussion, ongoing debate, and presentation of research results. This will be added to Academic Resources 2006 Internet MiniGuide.

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Digg – Real Time View

February 21, 2006


digg spy – Real Time View of Digg

Digg – Real Time View
http://www.digg.com/spy

Digg is a technology news website that combines social bookmarking, blogging, RSS, and non-hierarchical editorial control. With digg, users submit stories for review, but rather than allow an editor to decide which stories go on the homepage, the users do. This is a real time view of what is happening on Digg! This has been added to Bots, Blogs and News Aggregators presentation resource links. This has been added to Social Informatics Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.

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Macromolecular Bioscience

February 21, 2006

Macromolecular Bioscience
http://www3.interscience.wiley.com/cgi-bin/jhome/77002860

Macromolecular Bioscience focuses on the interdisciplinary field at the intersection of macromolecular and biological sciences, providing an efficient cross-fertilization of disciplines. The journal combines all aspects of biomaterials from basic research to applications, from chemistry to physics and from biotechnology to medicine. Macromolecular Bioscience publishes an attractive mixture of Reviews, Feature Articles, Full Papers, and Communications. All articles are strictly peer-reviewed. The aim of the journal is to cover research topics in the field of biopolymers, biocomposites, biomaterials, macromolecular membranes, polymers from renewable resources, synthetic biodegradable polymers, biodegradation, biocatalysis, biofunctions of macromolecules, and biomimetics. Important topics encompass also applications of (bio)polymers in biomedicine, biotechnology, diagnostics, tissue engineering, bioinformatics, as well as for synthetic gene and drug delivery systems, biosensors, and nanomaterials. This has been added to Biological Informatics Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.

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E-LIS: The Open Archive for Library and Information Science

February 21, 2006

E-LIS: The Open Archive for Library and Information Science
http://eprints.rclis.org/

E-LIS is an open access archive for scientific or technical documents, published or unpublished, on Librarianship, Information Science and Technology, and related areas. E-LIS relies on the voluntary work of individuals from a wide range of backgrounds and is non-commercial. It is not a funded project of an organization. It is community-owned and community-driven. We serve LIS researchers by facilitating their self-archiving, ensuring the long-term preservation of their documents and by providing word-wide easy access to their papers. Thery now have over 3256 documents in their archive. This has been added to Research Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog. This will be added to Academic Resources 2006 Internet MiniGuide.

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Plagiary: Cross-Disciplinary Studies in Plagiarism, Fabrication, and Falsification

February 21, 2006


Plagiary Scholarly Journal

Plagiary: Cross-Disciplinary Studies in Plagiarism, Fabrication, and Falsification
http://www.plagiary.org/

International in scope, Plagiary: Cross-Disciplinary Studies in Plagiarism, Fabrication, and Falsification is a new scholarly journal devoted specifically to the study of plagiarism and related fabrications/falsifications within the professional literature (i.e. scholarly journals and books) and popular discourse domains (i.e. journalism, politics, audio-visual texts). Providing a forum for scholarly discussion and research on trends and phenomena (both recent and historical) related to plagiarism, Plagiary features refereed research articles, “Perspectives” articles, book reviews, and responses as a point of focus on issues of vital importance to professional and popular discourse communities. The now somewhat archaic term “Plagiary” will be re-invented, re-invigorated, and used in this publication as a “cover symbol” for the various forms of plagiarism/fabrication/falsification and related fraudulent behaviors which afflict and cheapen modern discourse. In addition to redundancy, information overload and the like, discourse communities must now grapple with some rather serious forms of textual fraud being discovered on a regular basis. Yet along with such fraudulent representations which seem to be quite common across various discourse communities, there are also legimate means of derivative expression, and studies which analyze such topics as mimicry, parody, pastiche and the like are welcome for publications consideration. Plagiary will educate, critique, inform and keep discourse communities aware of current issues and developments across the disciplines. There has been a tremendous interest in these issues related to plagiarism/fabrication/falsification, but the current publications seem to be “all over the place.” This new journal will hopefully bring together existing strands of scholarship and create a point of focus for lively discussion, ongoing debate, and presentation of research results. This will be added to Academic Resources 2006 Internet MiniGuide.

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GUBA – MultiMedia Search of USENET

February 20, 2006

GUBA – MultiMedia Search of USENET
http://www.guba.com/

GUBA makes it easy to search, download, and view images and videos on Usenet – one of the Internet’s fastest growing sources of new multimedia content. Founded in 1998, GUBA has been a leading provider of search tools and web-based access to Usenet. GUBA’s new tools and services enable users to: a) Search within the terabytes of continuously refreshed Usenet images and videos using advanced search utilities to help users find relevant content, b) Filter video search results by keyword, file size, video duration, and other criteria, c) Save, Manage, and Update searches automatically according to users’ preferences, d) Preview video as rolling thumbnails or in an extracted frame format so that users can download only the files they want, and e) Watch Video in Flash regardless of video format. This has been added to the tools section of Research Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.

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TracksLife – Your Friendly, Personal, Online Spread-abase

February 20, 2006

TracksLife – Your Friendly, Personal, Online Spread-abase
http://www.trackslife.com/

Do you have a hard time remembering to keep track of the progress in your diet, your budget, your exercise program — whatever? That’s why there’s TracksLife. With TracksLife you can: a) Keep track of almost anything with Tracks — spreadsheets/databases that combine columns of money, numbers, words, paragraphs and yes/no’s, b) If you ever forget to update — and you will — you can have the Friendly Trackslife Remindbot send a link through email or RSS politely reminding you, and 3) And — if you want — you can share your progress with friends, family, coworkers, bloggers — whoever! This has been added to the tools section of Research Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.

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CLiki – The Common LISP Wiki

February 20, 2006


CLiki – The Common LISP Wiki

CLiki – The Common LISP Wiki
http://www.cliki.net/index

A free collaborative hypertext (Web) authoring program, written in Common Lisp. Modelled on Wiki, it’s free software using the MIT license. CLiki uses the Araneida web server, which is portable; however, CLiki itself has only been tested on SBCL Lisp. Links to and resources for free software implemented in Common Lisp and available on Unix-like systems. Listed software should satisfy the Debian Free Software Guidelines (DFSG). This has been added to World Wide Web Reference Subject Tracer™ Information Blog.

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GeoMinder

February 20, 2006

GeoMinder
http://ludimate.com/products/geominder/

GeoMinder allows you to create location-based reminders that stay attached to physical locations. A location-based reminder can be much more convenient than standard time-based reminders – for example in situations such as: a) When I arrive at the office, remind me to review next week’s schedule, b) When I pass supermarket, remind me to buy vegetables, and c) At home remind me to call Dave. When arriving at a marked location, Geominder can play an alarm and display a stored text note or a voice note previously associated to that location. Geominder uses mobile network’s cell id information and doesn’t require an extra GPS device. Mobile Network cell id information is usually suited for most common day-to-day uses (for example: home – office – shopping). No mobile operator fees are involved in using Geominder.

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