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2015 Research Resolutions


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What’s your 2015 research revolution? That’s the question asked by George King of Digital Science (a software and technology company for the scientific research community), and a lot of people are responding by publishing their research resolutions on Twitter using the #researchresolution hashtag. From money to writing, data to transparency, and everything in between, people

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U.K. Attorneys Prefer Twitter and LinkedIn


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While there are still many people in the legal profession who worry about publishing online content and posting on social media sites, things have changed a lot in the past few years. Attorneys and Digital Content in 2011 In 2011, LexisNexis Martindale-Hubbell released results from a research study that found U.K. lawyers were creating social

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The Evolution of Academic Blogging


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In the academic world, professors’ jobs are often dependent on the publication of peer-reviewed articles in scholarly journals. Many professors around the world write blogs every day and those blogs are fascinating, but until recently, blogging wasn’t taken very seriously in the academic community. However, things have changed. Paige Brown Jarreau is Blog Manager for

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SoakSoak Malware Compromises 100,000 WordPress Sites with RevSlider Plugin


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On Sunday, Sucuri reported a huge malware campaign referred to as “SoakSoak” that had compromised over 100,000 self-hosted WordPress sites. Already, Google has flagged more than 11,000 domains that were compromised as malicious. Not only are WordPress sites at risk of being compromised by the SoakSoak malware, but it’s an attack that could have been

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