who wants a DOI for their threads
@email@example.com The preprint of your thread is ready: https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.6717182 - 𝚓𝚘𝚗𝚗𝚢﹏𝚜𝚊𝚞𝚗𝚍𝚎𝚛𝚜's thread - 22-06-24 03:03
y'all what part of "do not harmonize all biomedical data with individual patient data without an extremely robust plan to resist it being scooped up by amazon google or RELX" do you not understand
that is one unwieldy property name my dudes
WHY is everything in this project COP THEMED!?
i literally cannot believe the defense contractor building this algorithmic clinical tool literally named it ROBOKOP
including "ridicules," "derides," "parodies," and "plagiarizes," as modes of citation is just magnificent.
I am hereby awarding a prestigious L.M.A.O. award to whoever made "journal cartel citation" a top-level class in this citation ontology
@firstname.lastname@example.org @email@example.com Yup, like CiTO would allow us to do: https://sparontologies.github.io/cito/current/cito.html
apparently @firstname.lastname@example.org s is literally free to operate, including rehosting with seedboxes, and the major time burden is the hassle of automated intellectual property enforcement. The same hosting and bandwidth costs on AWS would be ~$500k annually. https://twitter.com/json_dirs/status/1535443065925619712
apparently @email@example.com s is literally free to operate, including rehosting with seedboxes, and the major time burden is the hassle of automated intellectual property enforcement. The same hosting and bandwidth costs on AWS would be ~$500k annually.
[broken record alert] every single one of the millions of times i have had this thought I just smack my palm on my forehead and holler to the sky *my dear colleagues we can build it ourselves!* !/
"A sizable share of the usage over 260,000 searches and reports were conducted by ICE's Enforcement and Removal Operations, a branch explicitly tasked with finding and deporting immigrants"
This is evil. No academic should ignore how RELX makes us complicit with this.
NEW: Documents show ICE searched giant database of personal information provided by LexisNexis over a million times in just 7 months last year https://theintercept.com/2022/06/09/ice-lexisnexis-mass-surveillances/
so many of the dreams we have for open publishing were already had in 1999 and before.
- open peer review/creditable signed reviews
- living documents
- dense interlinking
- interactive, multilayered papers
- complete methods descriptions
- publishing null results
sad to learn that the DOI was a coordinated effort by publishers to crush PubMed as a free means of archiving and linking papers.
"Our consensus was that publishers should be the ones doing the linking"
"It was, ofc, a strategic move only, since we had neither plan nor prototype"
systems/neuro & digital infrastructure, rawdog meatspace cooperator eating digital vegetal
crossposting to/from @firstname.lastname@example.org , except for toots containing !/
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