Around the Web: More on open data, textmining the literature and The Panton Principles

My colleagues and I are taking our Creative Commons/Panton Principles presentation on the road to another library conference this winter. As a result, I'm still compiling more references on the topic so I thought I share what I've found recently with all of you.

Of course, suggestions for more resources are always welcome in the comments.

Some more articles at BioMed Central.

(Yes, blogging has been pathetic of late. I hope to have a decent post up this week and maybe a return to more normal form in the fall.)

Update 2013.01.30: Some followup posts with more resources and presentations I've done here, here, here and here.

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