Today is the perfect day to go public with a hobby of mine: browsing registries.
Certificate issue in DirectAdmin
My own installation of FreshRSS would not load this blog’s RSS feed. And the RSS validator complained about a certificate issue, even though I could connect without errors in a browser.
Interesting: a researcher, Marcin Kozak, gets a lot of unsollicited email (spam) trying to convince him to publish in a journal or with a publisher and decides to check out these journals and publishers. Kozak, M., Iefremova, O. and Hartley, J. (2015), Spamming in scholarly publishing: A case study. Journal of the Association for Information […]
Terms of Semantics
Email wish list
Things I might find interesting in an email client or environment. Raw thoughts. fast search search inside encrypted emails get related and linked stuff easily at any time during reading easily organise windows and content, e.g. when you select to reply to an email, put the draft next to the original so that you don’t […]
I started a new hobby: pointing out vulnerabilities for a particular man-in-the-middle attack. It is described in CVE-2009-3555: The TLS protocol, and the SSL protocol 3.0 and possibly earlier, as used in Microsoft Internet Information Services (IIS) 7.0, mod_ssl in the Apache HTTP Server 2.2.14 and earlier, OpenSSL before 0.9.8l, GnuTLS 2.8.5 and earlier, Mozilla […]
Uitgevers die bang zijn voor een lagere Impact Factor moeten hand in eigen boezem steken. Zeker uitgevers van wetenschappelijke tijdschriften die niet Open Access zijn, want zij helpen de afhankelijkheid van Thomson Reuters en de Journal Citation Reports® in de hand. Thomson Reuters legt op hun website uit hoe de simpele formule achter de IF […]
Let me describe ArticLib. It is a vision to share printed articles without much overhead and save paper and printer toner in the long term.
Note: this post may be updated to accomodate other ideas or replace ideas. The Open Library catalogue can be edited by anyone. That became a problem when a wave of spam bots had found it last year. Now only users capable of deciphering the captcha can edit. There has always been some spam. I have […]
At a panel discussion about publishing cultures in academia on the 18th of December 2012 (which unfortunately I didn’t attend), De Jonge Akademie published a little book on the topic [zotpressInText item=”2GMXVGV6″]. Although the book’s paper size is almost the same as my Sony (PRS-T2) e-reader’s screen size, the PDF version isn’t really readable on […]