Gah! I hate working on infrastructure sometimes. It's frustrating, because there's no tangible results.

mrgunn: Gah! I hate working on infrastructure sometimes. It's frustrating, because there's no tangible results.

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@lemire @dupuisj tags, lists, they're really the same thing, right?

mrgunn: @lemire @dupuisj tags, lists, they're really the same thing, right?

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@SimonHiggins_60 Let me know if you have any questions. I'm here to help!

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@lemire speaking of which...

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Steve Koch: Since Mendeley can read the PDFs, would it be possible to add a feature that would let me add tags and notes via the commenting feature in Adobe (or other PDF editor)? For example, add a comment such as "@Mtag tag 1; tag 2; tag 3"

Steve Koch
Since Mendeley can read the PDFs, would it be possible to add a feature that would let me add tags and notes via the commenting feature in Adobe (or other PDF editor)? For example, add a comment such as "@Mtag tag 1; tag 2; tag 3" or "@Mnote noteblahblah."
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Actually, it'd be useful if Mendeley could be used even more generally to pass info from the PDFs I'm reading to other services. E.g., "@citeulike" "@friendfeed" etc. Makes me sound lazy, but would save time I think. - Steve Koch
Yeah, I hear you, and I don't have my hopes up. :) BTW: I'm poking around a bit on that support site (which I'd not seen before) and learning of some things that have already been fixed. Such as removing duplicate author entries--something that had been annoying me: http://feedback.mendeley.com/pages... - Steve Koch
You get an email when an item you voted on is fixed (& get your points back) so it's a pretty good way to get notified when an issue is addressed. - Mr. Gunn

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Перешли ссылку, спаси суслика! / Forward the link, save a gopher!

Изменения климата приводят к исчезновению многих животных. Climate change leads to the disappearance of many species.
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Бумеранг / Boomerang

Климат ответит каждому. / Climate will respond to everybody.
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OSU President Responds to Critics, Fails to Explain Anything [DrugMonkey]

Embattled president of Oklahoma State University, Burns Hargis, has responded to his critics in an OpEd piece found here in the online version of The Oklahoman and in the OSU college paper. It seemingly explains very little beyond the original press office quotations. Something to the effect that he had personally decided that supposedly controversial research (meaning that involving the eventual euthanasia of nonhuman primates) was not in the best interest of OSU. A couple of points relevant to my charges on this issue emerge. First, he states that his decision was not influenced by any wealthy AR activist donors:

It has been suggested that this decision was reached arbitrarily and it was influenced by animal rights activists as well as a donor. Nothing could be further from the truth.

Wait....which part is so distant from the truth? Just the "arbitrarily" part? Or is each individual criticism (arbitrary, ARA, rich donor) being denied?

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