PLoS & Mendeley live on the Web! Science Hour with Leo Laporte & Dr. Kiki (video)

Leo Laporte and Kirsten Sanford (aka Dr.Kiki) interviewed (on Twit.tv) Jason Hoyt from Mendeley and Peter Binfield from PLoS ONE about Open Access, Science 2.0 and new ways of doing and publishing science on the Web. Well worth your time watching!

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Why to publish in plos if someone can publish in IEEE or Pubmed for example ?