I'll publish, right or wrong: Fools are my theme, let satire be my song.
The post-war "publish or perish" tyranny must end. The profession has become obsessed with quantity rather than quality. [...] One brilliant article should outweigh one mediocre book.camille paglia
We have a habit in writing articles published in scientific journals to make the work as finished as possible, to cover up all the tracks, to not worryabout the blind alleys or describe how you had the wrong idea first, and so on. So there isn't any place to publish, in a dignified manner, what you actually did in order to do the work.Richard P(hillips) Feynman
The secret is comprised in three words — Work, finish, publish.michael faraday
Would you please publish the enclosed manuscript or return it without delay, as I have other irons in the fire.elinor glyn
'Tell me some true things about fighting.''Tell me you love me.''I love you,' the girl said. 'You can publish it in the Gazzettino if you like. I love your hard, flat body and your strange eyes that frighten me when they become wicked. I love your hand and all your other wounded places.'ernest hemingway
He who will please the crowd and for the sake of the most ephemeral renown will either proclaim those things which nature does not display or even will publish genuine miracles of nature without regard to deeper causes is a spiritually corrupt person… With the best of intentions I publicly speak to the crowd (which is eager for things new) on the subject of what is to come.johannes kepler
I wish sometimes that I had twenty bodies, that at twenty places at once I might publish the saving name of Jesus.james hudson taylor
You can’t publish a paper on physics without the full experimental data and results; that should be the standard in journalism".julian assange
I'll publish right or wrong: Fools are my theme, let satire be my song.lord byron
We have a habit in writing articles published in scientific journals to make the work as finished as possible, to cover all the tracks, to not worry about the blind alleys or to describe how you had the wrong idea first, and so on. So there isn't any place to publish, in a dignified manner, what you actually did in order to get to do the work.richard feynman
A man may publish anything which twelve of his countrymen think not blamable.kenyon, lloyd, 1st baron kenyon
Stop abusing my verses, or publish some of your own.
When you publish a book, it’s the world’s book. The world edits it.philip roth
Most games that we are approached with are too close to existing open source games for us to publish... we have no real desire to compete with open source products.michael simms
The law of England is a law of liberty, and, consistently with this liberty, we have not what is called an imprimatur (let it be printed); there is no such preliminary licence necessary. But if a man publish a paper, he is exposed to the penal consequences, as he is in every other act, if it be illegal.
A man may publish anything which twelve of his countrymen think not blamable.
Anonymous leaking is an ancient art and many websites publish documents from sources they cannot identify. What Wikileaks has done is to professionalise the operation. They have created a standard procedure for receiving, processing and publishing leaks.
A brown paper envelope for the digital age, Wikileaks.org is now home to more than 1m documents that governments and big business would rather the public did not see. The site – similar to Wikipedia in style, but otherwise independent of it – serves as an uncensorable and untraceable depository for the truth, able to publish documents that the courts may prevent newspapers and broadcasters from being able to touch.
You do not publish your own verses, Laelius; you criticise mine. Pray cease to criticise mine, or else publish your own.
If I publish this poem for you, speaking as a trader, I shall be a considerable loser. Did I publish all I admire, out of sympathy with the author, I should be a ruined man.Lytton
The dissemination of the individual's opinions on matters of public interest is for us, in the historic words of the Declaration of Independence, an 'unalienable right' that 'governments are instituted among men to secure.' History shows us that the Founders were not always convinced that unlimited discussion of public issues would be 'for the benefit of all of us' but that they firmly adhered to the proposition that the 'true liberty of the press' permitted 'every man to publish his opinion'.
Journalists who make mistakes get sued for libel; historians who make mistakes get to publish a revised edition.
publish and be damned.
publish or perish.