NYQ Editor-in-Chief Sheds Light on Plagiarism and iThenticate

Posted by Robert Creutz on Jun 9, 2011 8:30:00 AM

nyqlogoWe recently had the opportunity to chat with Editor-in-Chief Raymond Hammond of the New York Quarterly Magazine, a publication that Rolling Stone has called "The most important poetry magazine in America", about his thoughts on plagiarism and his experience with iThenticate.

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Tagged:  Technology, Best Practices, Interviews




How to Stay on the Good Side of Google Panda

Posted by David Rothschild on Apr 21, 2011 2:21:00 PM
The search marketing world has been in a frenzy over Google’s recent ‘Panda’ update.  The Panda release involved modifying some of the underlying mechanisms of Google’s search algorithm – the result has been a benefit to some websites and a hindrance to others. Google’s primary goal with the Panda release was to place less importance on ‘content farms’ that regularly produced unoriginal material. google panda resized 600

One of the big benefits of Panda is that websites that publish plagiarized materials regularly should be taking a big hit.  

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Tagged:  Technology




Fighting Global Diversity – The Evolution of Plagiarism Software

Posted by Janett Perry on Mar 10, 2011 12:55:00 PM

global diversity resized 600Everyday, plagiarism is becoming a more frequent subject in the news.  The New York Times recently published a very interesting article that examines the current state of plagiarism in the world today. 

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Tagged:  Technology, International




International Research Community Stands up to Plagiarism

Posted by David Rothschild on Feb 16, 2011 1:12:00 PM

international research‘International research community’ is a term you hear quite often; referring to a global consortium of researchers working together towards a common discovery. 

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Tagged:  Technology, International




Crowdsourced Publishing: Automating the Scientific Editorial Process

Posted by David Rothschild on Feb 10, 2011 1:14:00 PM

Many recent trends point to the standard journalistic editorial process getting a major overhaul to streamline and automate publishing.  assembly line resized 600

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Tagged:  Technology, Scientific Technical Medical




Should Bing Attribute Their Search Results to Google?

Posted by David Rothschild on Feb 2, 2011 1:22:00 PM

google vs bing resized 600Google recently revealed some evidence that shows that Microsoft Bing  may be copying their search results.  

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Tagged:  Technology




The Problem With Website Plagiarism

Posted by David Rothschild on Jan 19, 2011 1:27:00 PM

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Tagged:  Social Media, Technology




Plagiarism Problem: Sometimes Sorry Isn’t Enough

Posted by David Rothschild on Jan 4, 2011 1:32:00 PM

iStock 000002908019XSmallEver since we were little, we’ve been taught that the proper way to redeem ourselves after doing something bad was to say “I’m sorry.” Whether it was an accident or an intentional wrongdoing, “sorry” always made things better. 

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Tagged:  Technology, Resources




Original Content: High Tech Attribution

Posted by Janett Perry on Nov 24, 2010 1:43:00 PM

google news logo resized 600Every day, Google News aggregates links to millions of stories from websites across the Internet based on a variety of factors. Some of these factors include a site’s trustability, relevance, page rank, title and keywords used in the specific articles.

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Tagged:  Social Media, Technology




Plagiarism in Code

Posted by Janett Perry on Nov 5, 2010 1:52:00 PM

code picture resized 600Today, copying and computer programming seem like two concepts that might be blurred together. 

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Tagged:  Academic, Social Media, Technology