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From pneumatic tubes to internet tubes and open access.

Chief Justice John Roberts in his annual report on the state of the US judiciary: 

"[While pneumatic tubes were invented in the 19th century] news of this dawning era was slow to reach the Supreme Court. It was not until 1931 that the Marshal of the Court proposed installing a pneumatic tube system in the Courtroom [for delivering print copies of new opinions to the press]....The Court’s pneumatic age ended in 1971, when Chief Justice Burger authorized the removal of the pneumatic tube system....The Supreme Court is currently developing its own electronic filing system, which may be operational as soon as 2016. Once the system is implemented, all filings at the Court —petitions and responses to petitions, merits briefs, and all other types of motions and applications— will be available to the legal community and the public without cost on the Court’s website."

#oa #openaccess #scotus
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A quick #openscience roundup this week - the last one before Christmas! http://ow.ly/GbtSg
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Happening Wednesday and recorded for viewing online after, this science crowdfunding panel features scientists who have crowdfunded their research, a nonprofit organisation +SciFund Challenge who have coached many others through it and who work generally to improve science outreach, and the leading platform, https://experiment.com
 
Scientists! Interested in crowdfunding for your research? This panel discussion is for you. Hosted by SciFund Challenge, this panel will feature scientists who have succeeded at crowdfunding, researchers who are studying the field, and even a founder of a science crowdfunding site. Here are the panelists:
Dr. Jarrett Byrnes, University of Massachusetts Boston
Dr. Zen Faulkes, University of Texas Pan-American
Dr. Amelia Green, Drexel University
Dr. Ethan Perlstein, PerlsteinLab
David Shiffman, University of Miami
Dr. Barbara Walker, University of California Santa Barbara
Cindy Wu, Experiment.com
Dr. Jai Ranganathan (moderator), SciFund Challenge
This Hangout On Air is hosted by SciFund Challenge. The live video broadcast will begin soon.
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I'll have to watch this afterwards. I can't participate in hangouts on air during work hours.
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I have a few Crochet Genie items, they're warmer than the gear you'll find at stores like Patagonia. Score one for old-fashioned and handmade.
 
Lots of reduced prices and Free US Shipping in store - unique crochet & knit handmade items make perfect gifts ...
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#crochet #knit #handmade #cybermonday #hats #scarves #cowls #blankets #handwarmers 
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"Doing scientific research is becoming increasingly complex, both in terms of the tools and technologies used, and in the collaboration across disciplines and locations that is increasingly commonplace. While the way we write up and publish research is of course also very different from 25 years ago, I would argue that our tools and services haven’t quite evolved at the same pace."
Doing scientific research is becoming increasingly complex, both in terms of the tools and technologies used, and in the collaboration across disciplines and locations that is increasingly commonplace. While the way we write up and publish research is of course also very different from 25 years ...
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Call for proposals on use of open research practices in the global south. Significant resources available for both projects and assessment of how projects are being run. Application portal opening in a few days.
Summary: We are inviting applications on case studies that employ innovative and transformative open processes in generating knowledge and actions intended to address a range of development challenges in various Global South contexts. Online Application Submission Portal - opens August 18, 2014 ...
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The ten most-needed molecules for the +Open Source Malaria​ project. They're open to synthesis and criticism :) #malaria #openscience
 
The OSM Christmas Top 10 list. In the grand tradition of making lists towards year's end, here's the Top 10 List of molecules most needed right now. Any better ideas? Please suggest below. If you'd like to make any of these in the lab, and have the molecules tested, you're free to do so and be included on the paper that will come out of that work.
Which molecules to make next in Open Source Malaria Series 4? The full reasoning is below. The executive summary is that OSM needs these ten molecules: OSM Christmas Top Ten. And if you'd like to synthesise them yourself (open source only please), or suggest better ones, you're free to do so.
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I just checked in on the #OpenScience  community here, managed by +Open Science and found about 11,000 members and 2,500 posts. Well done everyone! <https://plus.google.com/communities/113901282230153759827> cc #openaccess   #opendata  
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"Animal Welfare, Science, an Apology, and an Analysis" is a great example of transparency and public engagement in journalism and science. From +Annalee Newitz​ et al. at +io9​ in the wake of controversy over their recent #animalwelfare piece.
On Wednesday, we published an article about animal welfare in research experiments. It was biased, factually incorrect, and should not have appeared on io9 in that form. As io9's editor-in-chief, I'm the one who screwed up, and I'm sorry. Here's how this mess happened, and what we're doing about it.
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“I want a poor student to have the same means of indulging learned curiosity, of following rational pursuits, of consulting the same authorities, of fathoming the most intricate inquiry as the richest in the kingdom.” - Antonio Panizzi, Principle Librarian of the +British Museum in 1836. The quote was cited while discussing inspiration for the +Public Library of Science (PLoS), by +Catriona MacCallum at ICSTI Paris, in 2004.

That was already ten years ago, and her point was that #openscience #openaccess and kin are in many regards not new. If our ideas are revolutionary, then our struggles today are only the most recent in a centuries long intellectual revolution.

What does this mean? Play the long game. Understand the history and socioeconomics of access to knowledge and the making of it, and the open ideal vested in science. Make lodestars out of more than technologies, make them from guiding principles and alliances that span generational change. That Open Science is an epic saga could be discouraging or encouraging; take courage.
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I'm having some reverse island fever today. Have seen perpetual leis with shells, in crochet is new to me.
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Glad to see open data on the Maui County Council agenda again, the Economic Development, Agriculture and Recreation Committee will hear from +Burt Lum tomorrow <http://www.mauicounty.gov/ArchiveCenter/ViewFile/Item/19319>.
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An open book. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) The Institute of Medicine sponsored a workshop today that is focused on the sharing of clinical rese