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Michael Faraday in his laboratory at the Royal Institution

Always space for new findings in science

We rely on prior scientific discovery by researcher’s who are long time gone; or we recognize their findings as true only after their scientific break-through becomes common knowledge. Accepting a (fresh) research-finding is difficult because it breaks one (or more […]

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Science today – Simple Scenario of Research Paper use- The Unclaimed Claims

A: That moment, when you read a paper and you know one of the cited authors :) A: *quote from the paper which is citing here, with a claim* B:


5 Steps to Research Data Readiness – a guide for IT managers

The following content was extracted from a presentation of the Digital Curation Center in the UK. The context of the presentation is region-oriented, but


Facebook goes public, time to hide from Google!

I am not going to write about Facebook, even though the title starts with "Facebook goes public". Sure it was such a great news, great financial turmoils, many

Google; Not a web friendly company any more

[caption id="attachment_1832" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="Playground"][/caption] Somewhere in the year 2004, Tim O'Reilly defined a new web referred as Web 2.0. This new web was a shifting paradigm

Presenting Open Data Albania @ TEDxPrishtina

This is a Video from the TEDxPrishtina event on the February 17th, 2011 (Indipendece day in Kosova). If I may sound geeky sometimes laughing alone, it is a problem

Stop Words

List of English Stop Words

[caption id="attachment_184" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="Stop Words"][/caption] Stop Words are words which do not contain important significance to be used in Search Queries. Usually these words are filtered

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