Category Archives: Science 2.0

Reimagining Science Networks

Scienceblogs, the science network that was my old (where “old” = “a few days ago”) haunt, is in revolt.  Okay, well maybe the network is not in revolt, but there is at least a minor insurgency.  Yesterday, the amazing force … Continue reading

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Cost of Nearly All of Physics Since the 1990s? 30 Bucks.

Via the arxiv API google group, I see that the arXiv now has made available process PDFs for bulk download from Amazon’s Simple Storage System.  I haven’t had a chance to play around with it, but according to this webpage, … Continue reading

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First arXiv Paper?

I was under the impression that the arXiv was started in August of 1991.  For example, navigating to the hep-th category and pulling up a listing by dates will list the first paper as hep-th/9108001 by Horne and Horowitz. Indeed … Continue reading

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What To Do With Scirate?

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Hybrid Research/IT Position at PI

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Posted in Physics, Science 2.0 | 8 Comments

Handwriting to LaTeX?

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ArXiv in the Cloud Coming?

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Novel Torrent Technology For arXiv Archives?

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The Great Firewall of Collaboration

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Detexify Squared

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