This, from 2021, is still interesting
Sometimes, reviewer 3 turns out to be reviewer 2. But at least it’s unintentionally funny.
This is an interesting article on everyone’s favourite topic, written from a very specific perspective
This, by Mark Carrigan, makes many good points re The Developments at Twitter and what they mean for academics, academics institutions, and the wider society
Here is a new working paper about the disproportionate success of the AfD and the Left in Germany’s eastern states
I discovered this podcast during lockdown and found the combination of cultivated speech patterns & inevitable societal breakdown oddly soothing. This episode, however, is utterly depressing.
Opening an article on the site of a Springer journal, I was presented with this. Enough already, AI. Bloody machines, stop reading my mind.
I’m happy to report that my sojourn in pay-to-play urology is over. I’m reverting to my old ways and will publish more dodgy stuff in archaeology and anthropology. Why do they have an IF? Must be all self-cites
Mit der dpa habe ich darüber gesprochen, was der Rücktritt von Innenminister Lewentz für die Mainzer Ampelkoalition bedeutet. Der Text wurde unter anderem von der Süddeutschen Zeitung übernommen – unter “Panorama”. https://www.sueddeutsche.de/panorama/katastrophen-mainz-politologe-haelt-ampel-regierung-fuer-stabil-dpa.urn-newsml-dpa-com-20090101-221027-99-277612