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A big +1. Share the knowledge freely!
Q: Why is the Eunux kernel so bloated?
A: It was made in the image of its founder.
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This is definitely a great idea. The paper on gender and the perception of nuclear power was also interesting, though spoiled a bit by their proclamation of opponents as more rational(gee, I wonder which side of the issue they fell on?).
Llewellyn H. Rockwell Jr. wrote:Data points on their own convey no theory, suggest no conclusions, and offer no truths. To arrive at truth requires the most important step that we as human beings can ever take: thinking. Through this thinking, and with good teaching and reading, we can put together a coherent theoretical apparatus that helps us understand.
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Knowledge itself *must* be free. Profit should be generated from the teaching of it not the providing of it.
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Great link! Thanks!
I'd also recommend JSTOR (if in any case you haven't heard of it yet). You can usually access it via your library, and it contains priceless materials (pdfs of world's most renowned scholar magazines).
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