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Over the past week, if you are not a regular visitor to the everyONE blog you may have missed those, we have posted an Update to PLoS Article-Level Metrics Data, the regular Weekly PLoS ONE News and Blog Round-Up and the ‘featured image’ post – Worth a Thousand Words. Check them out.

You may be aware that, as of recently, one of my tasks at work is to monitor media coverage of PLoS ONE articles. This is necessary for our own archives and monthly/annual reports, but also so I could highlight some of the best media coverage on the everyONE blog for everyone to see. As PLoS…

Often when a scientific paper gets cited, one wants to see how exactly it was cited. Thus one needs to download the citing article. There are numerous ways to do so, but starting today, you can get this done with just a click or two on all PLoS articles. How? Go to the Metrics tab…

…goes to….you’ll need to click here to see.

AAAS 2010 meeting

In San Diego this week. Check it out. I’ll be there – see my session. If you will be there, let me know. Let’s have coffee or lunch, etc. My session is on 21st in the morning, and there is a lot of social stuff I agreed to on the 19th in the afternoon and…

PLoS shirts are always hot items in labs and at conferences. People just love them. They ask for them, get them as prizes, or buy them, and proudly post pictures of themselves wearing them…. With the spring coming, we decided to make the range of items available in the PLoS store much more diverse. You…

PLoS ONE blogging

With Bex Walton moving on to another job, it is now my duty to take over posting about media coverage over on everyONE blog, as well as to pick a cool image of the week. So I started this week with Weekly PLoS ONE News and Blog Round-Up and Worth a Thousand Words. Take a…

…has just been announced. To see who won, you will have to click on this link right here

PLoS ONE Blog Pick Of The Month…

…for December 2009 is….you’ll find out if you click here.

Two years ago, at the 2008 Science Blogging Conference, Dave Munger introduced to the world a new concept and a new wesbite to support that concept – ResearchBlogging.org. What is that all about? Well, as the media is cuttting science out of the newsroom and the science reporting is falling onto institutional press information officers…