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Why Twitter Matters: Tomorrow’s Knowledge Network Available now: a guide to using Twitter in university research, teaching, and impact activities If you don’t have social media, you are no one: How social media enriches conferences for some but risks isolating others Twitter: My go-to learning network How Will MOOCs Make Money? Not Free, Not Easy,…

Loud Debate Rages Over N.Y. Library’s Quiet Stacks Shh! Scholars Fight Over Library Plan (more on NYPL renovation plans) Editors With Ethics One Culture. Computationally Intensive Research in the Humanities and Social Sciences: A Report on the Experiences of First Respondents to the Digging Into Data Challenge Disintermediating preservation Amazon’s markup of digital delivery to…

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PeerJ Press Release Scholarly Publishing 2012: Meet PeerJ New Publishing Venture Gives Researchers Control Over Access PeerJ launches open access into a new realm An interview with the founders of PeerJ, an innovative new academic publishing startup. PeerJ launches & More PeerJ musings New OA Journal, Backed by O’Reilly, May Disrupt Academic Publishing Pay (less)…

Real cost of the smartphone revolution The rise of libre open access 25,000 signatures and still rolling: Implications of the White House petition Technology Review Goes Digital First Journalism: The best of times, and the worst of times Publishers’ Fallback Position (GSU decision) What Does It Take to Evaluate Teaching? 2012 top ten trends in…

I’ve been posting quite a bit recently on the disastrous record of the current Conservative government here in Canada, especially in regards to how they treat information, science and the environment. Sadly, I have way too many posts in the works along these lines. The other day a post I saw on the Deciphering Science…

I am somehow attracted to stories that are both incredibly sad and at the same time incredibly hilarious. A character defect, I know. There must even be some sort of name for the condition, like ludustristophilia. Or something. Anyways, this one really qualifies: 7 inventors killed by their inventions. It’s kind of like the Darwin…

The Emergence of a Citation Cartel Ask the Chefs: “What’s the Biggest Elephant in the Room?” Review: “How Economics Shapes Science,” by Paula Stephan Interview with Paula Stephan — Economics, Science, and Doing Better Maxing out the curve on ebook adoption Everything you need to know about today’s e-book lawsuit in one post Are Apps…

Engineers Crashing Our Gates From Credibility to Information Quality Youth and Digital Media: From Credibility to Information Quality How Bots Seized Control of My Pricing Strategy Most Smartphone Apps are Spyware Work for Hire? and Work for Hire update Letter from the trenches (science PhD embraces HS teaching career possibililty) The Bookstore in the Library…

The scandal of publisher-forbidden textmining: The vision denied Textmining: NaCTeM and Elsevier team up; I am worried The Trouble With Bright Kids Yeah, but who pays? If I were Dean of Graduate Studies: Rethinking the PhD Our audience awaits Is librarianship in crisis and should we be talking about it? The humanities in the culture…

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