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Four short links: 28 October 2011

  1. Open Access Week -- a global event promoting Open Access as a new norm in scholarship and research.
  2. The Copiale Cipher -- cracking a historical code with computers. Details in the paper: The book describes the initiation of "DER CANDIDAT" into a secret society, some functions of which are encoded with logograms. (via Discover Magazine)
  3. Coordino -- open source Quota-like question-and-answer software. (via Smashing Magazine)
  4. Baroque.me -- visualization of the first prelude from the first Cello Suite by Bach. Music is notoriously difficult to visualize (Disney's Fantasia is the earliest attempt that I know of) as there is so much it's possible to capture. (via Andy Baio)

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