Tag Archives for social bookmarking
2collab: A review, kinda.
Via Deepak, I hear of Elsevier’s new social bookmarking effort. Bookmarking services are great because they remove the drudgery out of maintaining a list of references or doing a literature review when writing a paper or proposal. 2collab is particularly … Continue reading →
28. November 2007 by Mr. Gunn
Categories: Uncategorized | Tags: 2collab, elsevier, open science, review, scopus, social bookmarking, tools | 11 comments
The three essential components of a good laboratory website.
My colleague, Attila, asked me months ago what are the components of a good laboratory website. However, my thoughts remained incomplete until I read David Crotty’s post at the CSHL blog that I was able to form an answer, and … Continue reading →
10. October 2007 by Mr. Gunn
Categories: Uncategorized | Tags: blog, connotea, CSHL, CVS, lab, open science, social bookmarking, synthesis, wiki | 8 comments