Twitter is sharing its massive trove of data with the academic world — for free.
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After the International Studies Association proposes to ban journal editors from blogging, infuriated faculty members take to their blogs
The state of music has changed radically in recent years. Of course, the largest change that springs to mind is Napster, the program that made collective musical sharing possible and triggered the inexorable decline in record sales in the early 2000s. Business model aside, however, the music industry has also weathered tremendously volatile changes in taste over the past half-century.