February 26, 2012 11:59 AM Subscribe
JSTOR has made a lot of older scientific and academic journal articles free to access. This might not be guaranteed to last to last forever, so it would be a good idea if JSTOR didn't have sole control over this information. JSTOR doesn't allow automatic spiders to download their content. Enter the JSTOR Liberator - a crowd-sourcing project by Archive Team that lets you help liberate knowledge through a simple bookmarklet.
This post was deleted for the following reason: Server is down, will be up and awesome later. -- jessamyn
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