All News on 'The Twitter Times: micahvandegrift/openaccessnow' https://tweetedtimes.com/micahvandegrift/openaccessnow The Twitter Times is a real-time personalized newspaper generated from your Twitter account en-us Wed, 5 Aug 2020 01:00:02 +0000 Wed, 5 Aug 2020 01:00:02 +0000 <![CDATA[https://rsci.app.link/aHGmsaxgG8?_p=c31129c09c027af2e4038af5]]> Wed, 5 Aug 2020 00:53:33 +0000 rsci.app.link
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@cshperspectives on Twitter
@cshperspectives: "Harvey Risch is not an expert in infectious disease epidemiology...We are seriously alarmed for the safety of patients when misinformation about HCQ is spread...scientific evidence does not support [its] use" twitter.com/gregggonsalves…
@phylogenomics on Twitter
@phylogenomics: Statement from Yale Faculty on Hydroxychloroquine and its Use in COVID-19. @thehowie @SaadOmer3 @ADPaltiel @YaleSPH @Yale link.medium.com/aHGmsaxgG8
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<![CDATA[@axios: '.@jonathanvswan: “Oh, you’re doing death as a proportion of cases. I’m talking about death as a proportion of population. That’s where the U.S. is really bad. Much worse than South Korea, Germany, etc.” @realdonaldtrump: “You can’t do that.” Swan: “Why can’t I do that?” ']]> Wed, 5 Aug 2020 00:53:33 +0000 twitter.com - Axios
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@openculture on Twitter
@openculture: .@jonathanvswan: “Oh, you’re doing death as a proportion of cases. I’m talking about death as a proportion of population. That’s where the U.S. is really bad. Much worse than South Korea, Germany, etc.” @realdonaldtrump: “You can’t do that.” Swan: “Why can’t I do that?” pic.twitter.com/MStySfkV39
@cshperspectives on Twitter
@cshperspectives: Reminder: the US is experiencing the equivalent of a 9/11 every three days twitter.com/axios/status/1…
@glynmoody on Twitter
@glynmoody: Masterclass in interviewing. Do not move on to the next question you’ve spent all day crafting. Stay with the first one til it gets answered ..... or not! Well done @jonathanvswan Especially like the squint of disbelief twitter.com/axios/status/1…
@glynmoody on Twitter
@glynmoody: I just love how Aussie reporter @jonathanvswan confronts Trump with the facts in a way many other US network journos haven't. And here in particular he seems to be channeling his dad @normanswan! twitter.com/axios/status/1…
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<![CDATA[@borzou: 'Stunning video shows explosions just minutes ago at Beirut port ']]> Tue, 4 Aug 2020 22:54:14 +0000 twitter.com - Borzou Daragahi ����
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@ekansa on Twitter
@ekansa: Crushing debt Currency collapse Mass social unrest And now this. Unimaginable times for Lebanon right now. pic.twitter.com/vljWYftJWE
@glynmoody on Twitter
@glynmoody: most of us have never seen images like this (fortunately); one effect of people having great cameras in their smartphones... twitter.com/borzou/status/…
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<![CDATA[Will COVID-19 mark the end of scientific publishing as we know it?]]> Tue, 4 Aug 2020 22:54:14 +0000 phys.org
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@oatp: Will COVID-19 mark the end of scientific publishing as we know it? ift.tt/30ssf0K
@petersuber on Twitter
@petersuber: "Is [the #COVID19 pandemic] the catalyst that breaks up the bonds of an old publishing model once and for all?" phys.org/news/2020-08-c…
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<![CDATA[The Anonymous Professor Who Wasn’t]]> Tue, 4 Aug 2020 22:54:14 +0000 nytimes.com - By Jonah Engel Bromwich and Ezra Marcus
A professor at Arizona State University does not exist.
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@phylogenomics on Twitter
@phylogenomics: What's not mentioned here: how she sexually harassed me and my friends, used the sciencing_bi account to attack and smear us for speaking up, and all of her friends (mostly white) who both ignored us when we spoke out and enabled her continued abuse. twitter.com/Jonesieman/sta…
@phylogenomics on Twitter
@phylogenomics: And let's not misread this: this is an admission of guilt in an effort to avoid consequences, not to right wrongs. twitter.com/mbeisen/status…
@mbeisen on Twitter
@mbeisen: And let's not misread this: this is an admission of guilt in an effort to avoid consequences, not to right wrongs. twitter.com/mbeisen/status…
@phylogenomics on Twitter
@phylogenomics: I hate BethAnn McLaughlin. She is a violent bigot, a literal predator who groomed WOC to be her allies when we were in crisis, and an actual cretin who lied to hundreds of people through the sciencing_bi account. To all the people she hurt: I’m so sorry. I’m here for you. twitter.com/jonesieman/sta…
@mbeisen on Twitter
@mbeisen: well at least that's settled (nytimes.com/2020/08/04/sty…) pic.twitter.com/N7D26jjk4s
@phylogenomics on Twitter
@phylogenomics: From BethAnn McLaughlin: “I take full responsibility for my involvement in creating the @sciencing_bi Twitter account. My actions are inexcusable. I apologize without reservation to all the people I hurt.” More here: nytimes.com/2020/08/04/sty…
@phylogenomics on Twitter
@phylogenomics: Reading: The Anonymous Professor Who Wasn’t nytimes.com/2020/08/04/sty…
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<![CDATA[Ten simple rules for reading a scientific paper]]> Tue, 4 Aug 2020 20:34:06 +0000 journals.plos.org
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@PLOS: Have you read it yet? Check out our new Ten Simple Rules article, "Ten simple rules for reading a scientific paper" from Carey and colleagues: plos.io/2DrXvE4 pic.twitter.com/JPxlBmgLSF
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@PLOSCompBiol: Have you read it yet? Check out our new Ten Simple Rules article, "Ten simple rules for reading a scientific paper" from Carey and colleagues: plos.io/2DrXvE4 pic.twitter.com/JPxlBmgLSF
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<![CDATA[@doctorow: 'In October, @torbooks will publish ATTACK SURFACE, the third Little Brother book: a standalone novel about Masha, the young woman from the beginning and ending of the first two books, and her life as a surveillance contractor, first for the DHS and then for cyberarms-dealers. 1/ ']]> Tue, 4 Aug 2020 20:34:06 +0000 twitter.com
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@dupuisj: In October, @torbooks will publish ATTACK SURFACE, the third Little Brother book: a standalone novel about Masha, the young woman from the beginning and ending of the first two books, and her life as a surveillance contractor, first for the DHS and then for cyberarms-dealers. 1/ pic.twitter.com/fvBTuKmm9H
@glynmoody on Twitter
@glynmoody: In October, @torbooks will publish ATTACK SURFACE, the third Little Brother book: a standalone novel about Masha, the young woman from the beginning and ending of the first two books, and her life as a surveillance contractor, first for the DHS and then for cyberarms-dealers. 1/ pic.twitter.com/fvBTuKmm9H
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<![CDATA[rOpenSci | OSF: A Project Management Service Built for Research]]> Tue, 4 Aug 2020 20:34:06 +0000 ropensci.org
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@sckottie: @OSFramework is, in fact, a game changer. Here's a nice overview focusing on #RStats integration twitter.com/rOpenSci/statu…
@sckottie on Twitter
@sckottie: [blog] OSF: A Project Management Service Built for Research @aaronwolen explains the Open Science Framework (@OSFramework) for research and collaboration from an R-user’s perspective. ropensci.org/blog/2020/08/0… #rstats #reproducibleresearch #openscience
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@rOpenSci: [blog] OSF: A Project Management Service Built for Research @aaronwolen explains the Open Science Framework (@OSFramework) for research and collaboration from an R-user’s perspective. ropensci.org/blog/2020/08/0… #rstats #reproducibleresearch #openscience
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<![CDATA[Editorial: UCLA needs to stand up to legal databases with ties to ICE, promote alternatives - Daily Bruin]]> Tue, 4 Aug 2020 20:34:06 +0000 dailybruin.com
UCLA has long claimed to be a champion for undocumented students, but contracts speak louder than words. Specifically, contracts with legal databases that sell information to the U.S.
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@brandontlocke: Editorial: UCLA claims to be a champion for undocumented students. But instead, UCLA remains complicit in contracts with legal databases that sell data to U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement for arrests. | via @DBOpinion dailybruin.com/2020/08/03/edi…
@LibSkrat on Twitter
@LibSkrat: UCLA student newspaper @dailybruin calls for end to contracts w/ Elsevier parent company RELX as they've "been known to sell data & services to [US Immigration & Customs Enforcement] that helps it arrest undocumented immigrants." As they say, "contracts speak louder than words." twitter.com/dailybruin/sta…
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<![CDATA[Internet Archive Files Response to Lawsuit Emphasizing Need for Access to Information - SPARC]]> Tue, 4 Aug 2020 20:34:06 +0000 sparcopen.org - Lese Fandel
The post Internet Archive Files Response to Lawsuit Emphasizing Need for Access to Information appeared first on SPARC.
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@brandontlocke: SPARC stands in support of Controlled Digital Lending (CDL) and @internetarchive "Copyright law does not stand in the way of libraries’ rights to own books, to digitize their books, and to lend those books to patrons in a controlled way." @brewster_kahle sparcopen.org/news/2020/inte…
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@SPARC_NA: SPARC stands in support of Controlled Digital Lending (CDL) and @internetarchive "Copyright law does not stand in the way of libraries’ rights to own books, to digitize their books, and to lend those books to patrons in a controlled way." @brewster_kahle sparcopen.org/news/2020/inte…
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@rmounce: SPARC stands in support of Controlled Digital Lending (CDL) and @internetarchive "Copyright law does not stand in the way of libraries’ rights to own books, to digitize their books, and to lend those books to patrons in a controlled way." @brewster_kahle sparcopen.org/news/2020/inte…
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<![CDATA[NPR Choice page]]> Tue, 4 Aug 2020 20:34:06 +0000 choice.npr.org
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@glynmoody on Twitter
@glynmoody: They finally found a way to ruin the census and screw poor people, people of color, and cities out of accurate representation and resource distribution. twitter.com/hansilowang/st…
@brandontlocke on Twitter
@brandontlocke: From voter suppression to the carceral state to the census, the US government continues to deny Black Americans political representation in every way it can twitter.com/hansilowang/st…
@researchremix on Twitter
@researchremix: BREAKING: Census Bureau confirms all #2020Census counting efforts will be cut a month short, risking a severe undercount of people of color. Collecting responses online, over the phone & by mail, plus door knocking at unresponsive homes, to end on Sept. 30 npr.org/2020/08/03/898…
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@brandontlocke: BREAKING: Census Bureau confirms all #2020Census counting efforts will be cut a month short, risking a severe undercount of people of color. Collecting responses online, over the phone & by mail, plus door knocking at unresponsive homes, to end on Sept. 30 npr.org/2020/08/03/898…
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<![CDATA[UMass Amherst Libraries Statement on Textbooks | UMass Amherst Libraries]]> Tue, 4 Aug 2020 17:43:24 +0000 library.umass.edu
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@MikeTaylor: #NamingNames: "The following publishers will not allow libraries to purchase...e-textbook versions of their publications [for use by students who can't afford to buy their own]: Pearson Cengage Elsevier imprints... McGraw Hill Thieme..." library.umass.edu/news/umass-amh…
@oatp on Twitter
@oatp: UMass Amherst Libraries Statement on Textbooks | UMass Amherst Libraries ift.tt/31d4d9c
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@petersuber: #NamingNames: "The following publishers will not allow libraries to purchase...e-textbook versions of their publications [for use by students who can't afford to buy their own]: Pearson Cengage Elsevier imprints... McGraw Hill Thieme..." library.umass.edu/news/umass-amh…
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<![CDATA[https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-020-02294-5]]> Tue, 4 Aug 2020 14:15:50 +0000 nature.com
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@scholasticahq: "Science Europe recommends assessing societal impact and contributions to knowledge and policy when awarding grants and promotions." - go.nature.com/33rqfrw #research
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@oatp: Look beyond publication records, urges report | Nature ift.tt/39Rnilm
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@irynakuchma: Science Europe's (@ScienceEurope) recent work on research assessment processes Look beyond publication records, urges report nature.com/articles/d4158…
@mrgunn on Twitter
@mrgunn: A shift is under way to improve the effectiveness & efficiency of #ResearchAssessment processes. Our report & interview with @bo_wolff & @JPMorris88 in @NatureCareers: nature.com/articles/d4158… Ft. @INFN_ @FWOVlaanderen @NWONieuws
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<![CDATA[Why fast but good publishing matters]]> Tue, 4 Aug 2020 09:46:10 +0000 figshare.com
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@MarkHahnel: .@figshare has some lessons learned from our one-year pilot project, the NIH Figshare Instance, below. Read what we learned from this project about the generalist repository landscape: go.usa.gov/xfpcm #NIHdata #FAIRdata twitter.com/figshare/statu…
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@figshare: .@figshare has some lessons learned from our one-year pilot project, the NIH Figshare Instance, below. Read what we learned from this project about the generalist repository landscape: go.usa.gov/xfpcm #NIHdata #FAIRdata twitter.com/figshare/statu…
@figshare on Twitter
@figshare: Why fast but good publishing matters: ow.ly/4qHd50APn19 "A quick search for the text string ‘data available upon request’ gives us over 4,000 papers" #rdm #openscience #opendata pic.twitter.com/geJAWV4VgB
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@MarkHahnel: Why fast but good publishing matters: ow.ly/4qHd50APn19 "A quick search for the text string ‘data available upon request’ gives us over 4,000 papers" #rdm #openscience #opendata pic.twitter.com/geJAWV4VgB
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@figshare: Why fast but good publishing matters: ow.ly/4qHd50APn19 "A quick search for the text string ‘data available upon request’ gives us over 4,000 papers" #rdm #openscience #opendata pic.twitter.com/geJAWV4VgB
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<![CDATA[Why the Pandemic Is So Bad in America - The Atlantic]]> Mon, 3 Aug 2020 14:58:27 +0000 theatlantic.com - Ed Yong
Image above: A masked worker cleans a New York City subway entrance. How did it come to this? A virus a thousand times smaller than a dust mote has humbled and humiliated the planet’s most powerful nation. America has failed to protect its people, leaving them with illness and financial ruin. It has lost its status as a global leader. It has careened between inaction and ineptitude. The breadth and magnitude of its errors are difficult, in the moment, to truly fathom. To hear more feature sto...  show all text
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@glynmoody on Twitter
@glynmoody: I think this is one of the most important takeaways from @edyong209's latest. Covid detractors *constantly* point to exceptions to cast doubt on entire pandemic plans. In reality, exceptions are fine—bc they're still getting most other things right. theatlantic.com/magazine/archi… pic.twitter.com/uzopEXmpPW
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@glynmoody: <applause/> twitter.com/alexismadrigal…
@ejwillingham on Twitter
@ejwillingham: ����Here’s the big piece I’ve been promising: an Atlantic cover story about the US’s catastrophic mishandling of the pandemic. It’s a full autopsy of what went wrong, every unattended weakness & unheeded warning, every festering wound & reopened scar. 1/ theatlantic.com/magazine/archi…
@phylogenomics on Twitter
@phylogenomics: Of course, @edyong209’s vivisection of our present state is masterful and precise and harrowing. This graf, though. Damn. theatlantic.com/magazine/archi… pic.twitter.com/yqA4SnwM9k
@dupuisj on Twitter
@dupuisj: ����Here’s the big piece I’ve been promising: an Atlantic cover story about the US’s catastrophic mishandling of the pandemic. It’s a full autopsy of what went wrong, every unattended weakness & unheeded warning, every festering wound & reopened scar. 1/ theatlantic.com/magazine/archi…
@sckottie on Twitter
@sckottie: ����Here’s the big piece I’ve been promising: an Atlantic cover story about the US’s catastrophic mishandling of the pandemic. It’s a full autopsy of what went wrong, every unattended weakness & unheeded warning, every festering wound & reopened scar. 1/ theatlantic.com/magazine/archi…
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@ejwillingham: "The U.S. cannot prepare for these inevitable crises if it returns to normal, as many ache to do. Normal led to this. ... the U.S. needs to grapple with all the ways normal failed us." @edyong209 w/a relentless accounting. theatlantic.com/magazine/archi…
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@glynmoody: Great piece. We have so utterly failed Why the Pandemic Is So Bad in America - The Atlantic theatlantic.com/magazine/archi…
@phylogenomics on Twitter
@phylogenomics: Great piece. We have so utterly failed Why the Pandemic Is So Bad in America - The Atlantic theatlantic.com/magazine/archi…
@phylogenomics on Twitter
@phylogenomics: Another must-read by @edyong209 . Sobering. Important. theatlantic.com/magazine/archi…
@JenHoward on Twitter
@JenHoward: This amazing piece by @edyong209 feels pessimistic, but I found it refreshing. With a chronic problem, a correct, comprehensive diagnosis is the first important step to improvement. As Ed says: we should not yearn for the normal. "Normal led to this." Yes! theatlantic.com/magazine/archi… pic.twitter.com/ddNieseS0v
@glynmoody on Twitter
@glynmoody: "I have spoken with more than 100 experts in a variety of fields. I’ve learned that almost everything that went wrong with America’s response to the pandemic was predictable and preventable" theatlantic.com/magazine/archi…
@glynmoody on Twitter
@glynmoody: ����Here’s the big piece I’ve been promising: an Atlantic cover story about the US’s catastrophic mishandling of the pandemic. It’s a full autopsy of what went wrong, every unattended weakness & unheeded warning, every festering wound & reopened scar. 1/ theatlantic.com/magazine/archi…
@cshperspectives on Twitter
@cshperspectives: "Recovery is possible, but it demands radical introspection." Please, set aside some time this Monday to read @edyong209's call to action. theatlantic.com/magazine/archi… #Covid19
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@cshperspectives: "almost everything that went wrong with America’s response to the pandemic was predictable and preventable...It has lost its status as a global leader...careened between inaction and ineptitude” Must-read from @edyong209 theatlantic.com/magazine/archi…
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