Tag Archives for open access

I’ve come a long way.

When I started graduate school, the only thing I knew about publishing was how to write a blog post, and the only thing I knew about my library was that I hated their website. I didn’t know what open access … Continue reading

09. April 2013 by Mr. Gunn
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If I published in or reviewed for PLoS, I’d be pissed off too.

Cameron Neylon responds to the allegations that PLoS is a pay-to-play vanity press: That an author pays model has the potential to create a conflict of interest is clear. That is why, within reputable publishers, structures are put in place … Continue reading

30. April 2010 by Mr. Gunn
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Online Engagement of Scientists with the literature: anonymity vs. ResearcherID

A discussion broke out recently on Friendfeed about online commentary on scientific articles. The discussions were interesting because, for the first time in recent memory, there was disagreement about something fundamental. I view this as an extremely positive sign that … Continue reading

24. May 2009 by Mr. Gunn
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I’ve joined Mendeley as Community Liaison.

Reference managers and I have a long history. All the way back in 20041, when I was writing my first paper, my workflow went something like this: “I need to cite Drs. A, B, and C here. Now, where did … Continue reading

18. March 2009 by Mr. Gunn
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What’s new in Pubmed this week: Stem Cells

I’m subscribed to some search feeds at Pubmed. Here’s what caught my eye this week in the Stem Cells feed:

29. October 2007 by Mr. Gunn
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