In the Serbian media

I gave a talk about Open Access at the University Library in Belgrade yesterday (listen to the audio here and see some pictures here).

I was just on TV a couple of hours ago, on Studio B - I talk fast so I had time to promote PLoS, Open Access, blogs and tomorrow's lecture at Oncology Center at the University of Belgrade in just about 5 minutes on air. This was also probably a rare mention of Twitter and likely the very first mention of FriendFeed in Serbian media. I was wearing a PLoS ONE t-shirt which one of the anchors pointed out ;-)

I am about to on the radio (Radio Belgrade 1) where the interview will be a whole hour long. Click on "Радио 1 Ñживо/RM" on the right margin to listen live at 9pm local (continental European time).

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