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Academic torrents, papers, general academic piracy news, possibly IPFS discussion goes here

Instructions for seeding LibGen: https://freeread.org/torrents/

IB Documents
I don't have anything to contribute, but your pic gave me a chuckle so have a bump
Would be nice to see some stuff from alexander street
i have been studying this dataset, lots of very interesting thingos in it and my ratio is above 14 on seeding it
how about quite literally the https://academictorrents.com/ ?
>possibly IPFS discussion goes here
I get that the main appeal of IPFS over bittorrent is the global DHT in which will only require you to have the file's hash to download said file, but I genuinely don't see it taking over bittorrent at all.
>literally a fucking 370GB zip file
holy shit i don't understand people's train of logic when they create these torrents
never even heard of ipfs before
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That image actually made me audibly chuckle, good job with that, OP.
Bump. Post college lectures pls
Bump. Does TTC count?
is there a torrent of books like this I swear I will seed forever
Anyone have any CompTIA A+ 1002 torrents?

>It's almost the deadline

I know. I am desperate to pass this one or else I'm cucked.
Richard Feynman - Lectures on Physics and other works (37 books)

Just use Professor Messer's stuff and Exam Compass. CompTIA is EZ. You just need to know how to take tests, go onto reddit and ask what simulations other people had and study those.
I have been using his stuff. I guess I want to have multiple resources since his notes aren't all that great imo
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Make your own notes/flash cards. I use Anki for everything I need to memorize. I passed the 1001+1002 this way. Go onto Udemy and look up Jason Dion's practice tests and use those. They're always on sell for like $13. If you can't afford that, then you have bigger problems than a CompTIA test, brother.
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On a roll for finding dead torrents so I'll settle for saying bump.
i completed comptia when i was 15

hardest part was printers because it was just so damn boring.
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Bumping with lab safety
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Bumping with topology
it's completely spam to this thread but anon doesn't want to seed all alone, nor only part of the content
also, logic doesn't go into it
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Bumping with theoretical phonetics
Bumping by going meta

I posted this in the IT Certification thread we had a while ago, but it died shortly after. I pulled Mike Meyers A+ and Net+ video series off of Linkedin when they had them posted for free. I never posted them again, but they're good resources, so the torrent shouldn't die.

I thought this image was gay

but mid fap I realized. wait... what makes this gay?

I realized this can be instructions to a woman.
I suppose a bump from a troll is still a bump
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Intermediate Accounting, 18th Edition 18th Edition
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ALERT: Z-Library was sadly taken down yesterday. Here are links to the torrent archives.

archive dot ph/B3TRb
archive dot ph/zm7G5
archive dot ph/0QlIb
- Anna and the Pirate Library Mirror team (Twitter, Reddit)

archive dot ph/o/zm7G5/https://twitter.com/pilimi_anna

archive dot ph/o/zm7G5/https://www.reddit.com/user/pilimi_anna
I got this from /t/ before:

>Udemy - 3 Minute French Course 01-16 + Udemy - Building Structures in French Structure 1-9 (17.09GB):
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What other weird shit does that contain?
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Bumping with equipment
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I don't know if this would be the correct thread to post this in, but I am looking for some books related to civil engineering, roadways in particular. I have listed them here.

AASHTO GDPS-4-M Guide for Design of Pavement Structures, 4th edition, 1993 with 1998 Supplement
AASHTO GPF-1 Guide for the Planning, Design, and Operation of Pedestrian Facilities, 1st edition, 2004
AASHTO HSM-1 Highway Safety Manual, 1st edition, 2010, with 2014 Supplement (including September 2010, February 2012, and March 2016 errata)
AASHTO MEPDG-2 Mechanistic-Empirical Pavement Design Guide: A Manual of Practice, 2nd edition, August 2015
AASHTO RSDG-4 Roadside Design Guide, 4th edition, 2011 (including February 2012 and July 2015 errata)
Highway Capacity Manual (Volumes 1–4), 6th edition, 2016, Transportation Research Board, National Research Council

Thanks in advance if someone has any of these texts.
What's the situation with zlibrary?
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b-ok.cc doesn't work, and maybe it's best avoided.
Oh yeah, I bet you're super smart yourself.
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Bumping with the intersection of kinesiology and topology

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