Thursday, December 16, 2010

Available papers 2010

Please post as a comment the url where the requested pdf is available.  To facilitate searching please include at least the name of the first author and preferably the full citation information.

16 comments:

  1. Wolfe-Simon et al, Science Dec. 2 2010. A bacterium that can grow by using arsenic instead of phosphorus. http://bit.ly/i0l4pu

    Supplementary online material: http://bit.ly/dYHbp1

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  2. pjacquess@gmail.comJanuary 2, 2011 at 12:52 AM

    I really appreciate what you're doing here but the format of this website is not sustainable. If there's no plan for a more advanced layout, I think people in the community might be able to help (myself included).

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  3. It might be a good idea to not use URL shorteners...

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  4. Google (Blogger) will respond to DMCA takedown requests. This site will not last long hosted with them.

    Torrent sites and places along the lines of RapidShare/MediaUpload (who delete files on request but can easily be re-uploaded to) would be a feasible option for hosting PDFs. As for hosting the site iteslf, that IS a little more complicated. Setup a Twitter/FB account ready to alert people when the domain changes as it may frequently do (like Wikileaks). Go for bulletproof hosting in a country like Sweden/Switzerland. Big pharma is rich but they do not have the weight of the US gov behind them.

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  5. http://roar.eprints.org/
    http://www.oclc.org/oaister/

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  6. You realise this is going to last about 2 days on Blogger.com right?

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  7. You might check out Opera Unite, a method of providing open access to papers on your own computer. It also has a built-in server function if you want.
    The catch is that the browser must be up and running on your system for it to work, so it would require keeping your computer up pretty much 24/7.

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  8. Back, M. D., Stopfer, J. M., Vazire, S., Gaddis, S., Schmukle, S. C., Egloff, B., & Gosling, S. D. (2010). Facebook profiles reflect actual personality, not self-idealization. Psychological Science, 21(3), 372-374.

    http://www.simine.com/docs/Back_et_al_PSYCHSCIENCE_2010.pdf

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  9. Goel, S., Mason, W., & Watts, D. J. (2010). Real and perceived attitude agreement in social networks. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 99(4), 611-621.

    http://messymatters.com/sharad/papers/friendsense.pdf

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  10. The mutation spectrum revealed by paired genome sequences from a lung cancer patient

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  11. Psychol Med. 2007 Feb;37(2):283-94. Epub 2006 Dec 13.

    A randomized controlled clinical trial of a psychosocial and communication intervention carried out by GPs for patients with medically unexplained symptoms.

    Aiarzaguena JM, Grandes G, Gaminde I, Salazar A, Sánchez A, Ariño J.


    Thank you!

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  12. I fully support this effort.

    I am extremely busy, but plan on increasing my basic web programming knowledge over the next year and will keep an eye out to see if anything I can help with pops up.

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  13. How about this: http://science.shouldbefree.org/

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  14. Why do you not have anything on electromagnetism?

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