Tweeting Scientists Find Penile Fracture And 'Sperm Bags Of Squid' Just As

Tweeting Scientists Find Penile Fracture And 'Sperm Bags Of Squid' Just As
Of the most tweeted peer-reviewed articles published between 2010 and 2012, based on over a million documents from the PubMed and Web of Science databases, many had something of a humorous slant to them. … Although the microblogging site is gaining …
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Can We Save Print Magazines?
But Carter, who has a particular flair for maintaining Vanity Fair's glamorous aura, really did make a point to Rose that is more than just an editor's accolade to a format and reading experience that may be destined to disappear. The economics are …
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The Internet is making musical taste converge
Users of a music recommendation service—akin to recommendation services used on many popular consumer websites—purchased music that was more similar than the music purchased by otherwise similar consumers not using the service. Users' song …
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