Open Access Day - the blog posts

As you know, blog posts about Open Access - What It Means To Me? are in competition today! I will be posting and updating the links of entries throughout the day (until midnight Eastern) for all to see - if I miss yours, send me the URL of your entry.

Caveat Lector: My Father the Anthropologist; or, What I Offer Open Access and Why

Greg Laden's blog: A poem for Open Access Day

A k8, a cat, a mission: Open Access Day

Laelaps: Happy Open Access Day!

Moneduloides: Why Does Open Access Matter To You?

Stuff: Open Access Day - How are we sharing our knowledge?

The Parachute: Open Access Day

RepositoryMan: A Present for Open Access Day!

Plausible Accuracy: What Open Access Means to Me

Science in the open: Where does Open Access stop and 'just doing good science' begin?

Open Access, Freedom Space: Open Access, from form to content

McBlawg: Why I am an OA Advocate

What You're Doing Is Rather Desperate: Open Access Day

Humans in Science: Open access day - redux

O'Really? at Open Access Day: Why It Matters

Library Lines Online: Open Access Day

bbgm: Open Access and me

The Sciphu Weblog: The Likes of Blog Publishing (Open Access Day 08 entry)

Digital Serendipities: The first international Open Access day

Freelancing science: Open Access Day

Glyn Moody: Celebrating Open Access (Day)

I was lost but now I live here: Happy Open Access Day!

Semantic Library: Happy Open Access Day!

WAYS | Science, Remixed: Open Access is an important step on the way towards open science

Publishing Archaeology: Open Access Day

NY Adventure Blog: Open Access Day

Science Librarian Notes: Open Access Day

Walt at Random: Open access: A quick post

DarkRepository: What Open Access means to me

Just Browsing: Open Access Day

The RePEc blog: October 14, 2008, Open Access Day

Common Knowledge: Happy Open Access Day...

The Imaginary Journal of Poetic Economics: Why Open Access Matters to Me (Open Access Day Synchroblogging)

Confessions of a Science Librarian: Open Access Day: OA & me

Gobbledygook: Open Access - what's in it for me?

Fuzzier Logic: Open Access Day

Uncommon Ground: Open Access Day

Ouroboros: Open Access Day

Pimm - Partial immortalization: For your free information (FYFI): it's Open Access Day! October 14: Open Access Day

Stuff To Do In NC: Learn about open access

Social Life of Information: Open Access Day

Filipino librarian: Open Access Day 2008

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Linux Center, Anglo American School and librarians from several institutions (Museum of Contemporary Arts, Musem of Ethnology, Museum of Victims of Genocide, Institute of Nuclear Sciences "Vinca", Institute of Oncology, Institute for Chemistry, Technology and Metalurgy) celebrated Open Access Day in Serbia with special emphasis on importance of open acess for advancement of science, culture, arts, life conditions.
The students liked very much idea that open access helps better healthcare for the children and women worldwide and that children should be treated properly. They emphasized that access to knowledge should be open to everyone especially to physicians and scientists. We see that as very important move since it shows that the students of Anglo American School suport international movement and its significance in contemporary world.
Librarians have had an opportunity to discuss with teh students new role of libraries that is much closer to Internet technologies accross frontiers.

Vedran Vucic