Tag Archives for social networking
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
Categories: Uncategorized | Tags: big data, citation management, citeulike, connotea, mendeley, open access, publishing, reference manager, science20, semantic web, social networking, Zotero | 4 comments
Why are we so impatient about new web technology?
David Crotty from CSHL, who I’ve corresponded with before, has again published an obituary for Science Web 2.0. I think this is premature but typical of how the media cycle works, especially on the web where the youthful perspective predominates. … Continue reading →
20. February 2008 by Mr. Gunn
Categories: Uncategorized | Tags: communication, connotea, science, Science 2.0, social networking, Web 2.0 | 5 comments