Scholars Test Web Alternative

to Peer Review by Patricia Cohen “For professors, publishing in elite journals is an unavoidable part of university life. The grueling process of subjecting work to the up-or-down judgment of credentialed scholarly peers has been a cornerstone of academic culture since at least the mid-20th century. Now some humanities scholars have begun to challenge the […]

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Faltering Web

Long Live the Internet By Chris Anderson and Michael Wolff, Wired.com “Two decades after its birth, the World Wide Web is in decline, as simpler, sleeker services — think apps — are less about the searching and more about the getting. Chris Anderson explains how this new paradigm reflects the inevitable course of capitalism. And […]

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Censure & Wikipedia: The second occurence

On 13 July 2010 I decided to try and link my essays to Wikipedia again on the subjects listed below using a different user name. Links to Batman, Iron Man, Spider-Man and Superman were avoided because these Wikipedia entries were what appeared to be under the control of the media and movie industries and the […]

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Censure & Wikipedia: “Blocked Indefinitely”

This is the third posting on the subject. We would like to share with our readers the reason(s) given for the blocking of links we added on Wikipedia on the subjects outlined below. These blocks were executed by an anonymous and ominous editor named Kurt Shaped Box. Links to: The Book of Job, Iron Man, […]

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Censure & Wikipedia: The first occurrence

We are currently blocked from adding netage.org links on Wikipedia on subjects like “Book of Job”, “Superman “, “The Da Vinci Code” and “Mary Magdalene”, just to mention a few. We would like the reader to decide if these links contribute to the understanding of the subject matter. And if this censure does not contradict […]

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