Plagiarism Today has just turned 10 and it's time to say reminisce, celebrate and, most importantly, say some overdue thank yous.
In honor of Plagiarism Today's 10-Year Anniversary, long-time personal and site friend Patrick O'Keefe wrote a guest post.
While 2009 wasn't a year of travel, it was a year of major decisions, both personally and for the site. It was a turning point in almost every way.
2006 was a roller coaster year for me and for Plagiarism Today. However, it was a year where the good things remained and the bad ones faded.
Plagiarism Today was launched in August 2005. However, even today Hurricane Katrina overshadows what should be a moment of triumph.
Plagiarism Today may not turn 10 until August, but the celebration starts early with a mini-series outlining the site's history.
In just a few months, Plagiarism Today will turn 10 years old. I would love to have your thoughts and stories as part of the retrospective.
As we mark the 50th anniversary of the famous I Have a Dream speech, we take a look at the copyright story that has followed its legacy.
Today marks 10 years since Jayson Blair's resignation from the New York Times. How did he change journalism and what have we learned from the scandal?
Today is the one-year anniversary of the SOPA/PIPA protests, Megaupload's successor is on the way and 50 Cents wins infringement case.