Thursday, June 05, 2008

Accolades for JSTOR

With a few preoccupations we've nearly failed to note these recent outpourings of praise and acclaim and admiration for our favorite closed noetic loop:

JSTOR, get out of the way

JSTORE [sic] is taxing public knowledge in order to sustain its ability to block access to public knowledge.

Making JSTOR into a public treasure

JSTOR should find a way to throw open its doors.

THATCamp 2008: Text Mining and the Persian Carpet Effect

All of the following were touched upon as being barriers or challenges to text mining:

  • access to raw text in gated collections (ie, collections which require payment to permit access to resources) such as JSTOR and Project MUSE and others.
A personal favorite, tho it's just a cite:

JSTOR Delenda Est!

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

The problem is Google. Google should add a filter similar to their "safesearch". Google should label it something like "ignorant-masses-nonprivileged-search". This filter would exclude JSTOR and other elite knowledge from showing up in our lower caste searches.

6/05/2008 12:10 PM  
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6/05/2008 12:14 PM  
Blogger Tom Matrullo said...

Perhaps shorten ignorant masses nonpriv search to IgnoIDs.

IgnoIDsearch: No tickee, no sophronia, boyscout.

6/05/2008 12:50 PM  
Blogger Tom Matrullo said...

Kent's second post removed at his request.

6/05/2008 12:57 PM  

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