The ' Ask for PDFs' facebook group made a super useful flowchart to finding articles and books for free.
@queeranarchism Permission to duplicate your toot but with an image description?
of course. I just had noooo idea how to describe all this
@queeranarchism what's a DOI?
I assume it is "Digital Object Identifier":
@queeranarchism note to self for bookmarking this when I'm home
@queeranarchism I think my favorite part is the bit about the CAPTCHA.
On this note, if anyone needs an aaaaarg.fail invite, hit me up.
Tag yourself, I'm "Aaaaaarg.fail"
@queeranarchism FWIW, LibGen has most/all SciHub articles, and seems more reliable of late (past few months), for me.
I make heavy use of all these resources.
For older books (and some articles), the Internet Archive and Project Gutenberg are also worth a look.
Thank you! Can't share this enough!
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