Simmi Bhullar

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The Gabfest: Chris Christie’s win, Rand Paul’s plagiarism, and Nazi anatomy abortion.

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Republican plagiarism is dishonest, but promoting bad policies is even worse

Nebraska's Lee Terry became the second Republican in the US Congress to be caught plagiarizing in half as many months. A policy statement on Lee's website lifted substantial language from Congresswoman Renee Elmer's 2011 rendition of the weekly Republican address. He brushed off his lack of …

All Ideas Are Second-Hand: Mark Twain’s Magnificent Letter to Helen Keller About the Myth of Originality

The combinatorial nature of creativity is something I think about a great deal, so this 1903 letter <b>Mark Twain</b> wrote to his friend <b>Helen Keller</b>, found in <b>Mark Twain’s Letters, Vol. 2 of 2</b> (<i>public library</i> | <i>IndieBound</i>), makes me nod with the manic indefatigability of a dashboard bobble-head dog. In this …

In Ukraine, It's the President Who Plagiarizes College Papers

This article is from the archive of our partner .<p>Following two months of rampant plagiarism charges from around the world, President Viktor F. …

Plagiarism vs. Collaboration on Education's Digital Frontier

<b>by Jennifer Carey</b><p>It’s an open secret in the education community. As we go about integrating technology into our schools, we are increasing the risk …

Coleridge, Plagiarist

In his indispensable essay on memory, plagiarism, and the necessary forgettings of creativity, neurologist Oliver Sacks points to English poet and philosopher Samuel Taylor Coleridge (October 21, 1772–July 25, 1834) as one of creative history’s most notorious perpetrators of plagiarism. In the …

Compiling as a Creative Act: What Duke Ellington’s Remixing Reveals about Plagiarism and Innovation

It has been said that everything is a remix. Even Mark Twain maintained that <i>“all ideas are second-hand, consciously and unconsciously drawn from a million outside sources.”</i> But while it may be a matter of degree rather than kind, surely there must be a difference between unabashed plagiarism and …

Bioethicist talks personal genomics

Dov Greenbaum is a professor at the Yale School of Medicine and a practicing intellectual property attorney who studies the bioethical issues in …

Protecting Your Intellectual Property Rights & Outsourcing

Is it possible to outsource medical device design and development and still protect your intellectual property rights? Absolutely. This article will …

Protection for indigenous intangible property rights

By Keri Johnston and Marion Heathcote<p>Intellectual property rights (IPRs) and the regimes of protection and enforcement surrounding them have often …

Intellectual Property Rights for Freelancers

One of the most common mistakes freelancers make is undervaluing their ownership over the work they create for clients. When and how you grant your …

12 Decorating Ideas You Can Do in a Day

Quick fixes you can manage.<p>Small decor changes make a big impact in a home's look. Here are fast and inexpensive quick fixes from five interior designers.