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Vikings' Secret Code Cracked

maubp Re:Link to summary that links to article that .... (89 comments)

No, this longer piece http://www.forskning.no/artikler/2014/januar/379474 in Norwegian seems to be the source (by Ida Kvittingen). Oddly the photo credit links there.

about 6 months ago
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How Blogs Are Changing the Scientific Discourse

maubp e.g. Lior Pachter's latest blog posts (136 comments)

Lior didn't think much of two recent articles in Nature Biotechnology and attempted the traditional reply route, but the journal declined to publish it - so he blogged it:

http://liorpachter.wordpress.com/2014/02/10/the-network-nonsense-of-albert-laszlo-barabasi/
http://liorpachter.wordpress.com/2014/02/11/the-network-nonsense-of-manolis-kellis/

about 6 months ago

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Google will drive searchers to new iTunes rival

maubp maubp writes  |  about 7 years ago

maubp (303462) writes "According to Forbes and the BBC, some of the world's biggest record labels including Universal and SonyBMG have begun selling music through a new download service, challenging Apple by offering DRM free mp3 music at 99 cents per song. Gbox will also be getting traffic from an ad campaign on Google (who will not be getting a cut of any sales).

Sadly (from the average Slashdot reader's point of view) Gbox are only supporting Windows XP and Vista right now..."

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