on scholarly communication
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"The Bible doesn’t offer a consistent view of…anything" except the "ways a nation can be lost."-@BenjaminFMoser nytimes.com/2017/02/17/boo…
About a week ago from Stuart Shieber's Twitter ·
Important historical background from @grimmelm and @janellenlewis on the Senate shut-up shutdown of @SenWarren - nytimes.com/2017/02/10/opi…
About 2 weeks ago from Stuart Shieber's Twitter ·
“Facts…don’t have ‘alternatives.’ The alternative to fact is fiction.” – @SenSchumer wapo.st/2kCtpCC
About 3 weeks ago from Stuart Shieber's Twitter ·
You too @united, @SouthwestAir, @Delta. #letthemfly #openboston bit.ly/2jCNyJ7
Judicial order: immigrants and refugees can land in BOS. Now @AmericanAir needs to let them board, like @lufthansa. #letthemfly #openboston
Shutting down communication on governmental activities is always a bad sign. - bzfd.it/2jPjPJV
About a month ago from Stuart Shieber's Twitter ·
I just signed @EFF's petition promoting #openaccess. Will you? #DiegoGomez - bit.ly/2jDxhCE
QotD [2/2]: …but that's because it's the best book on anything for the layman." – Alan Perlis bit.ly/2jiI9U5