on scholarly communication
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New #OA policy from @gatesfoundation should be a model for every research funder. - bit.ly/1vue6eW
Last week from Stuart Shieber's Twitter ·
"a sea change towards open as the default for…federally funded scientific research"—@whitehouseostp. Let's hope. - bit.ly/11yWiSo
@Neurosci2014 Haha. Hahahaha. Oh wait, you're serious.
About 2 weeks ago from Stuart Shieber's Twitter ·
Great example of #internet forcing openness: @LDSchurch now transparent about Jos. Smith's manifold polygamy. - nyti.ms/1vkdecR
.@klsmith4906 on @OxfordJournals, @CambridgeUP, @SAGEPublishing: "attacking free speech and dissem. of knowledge." - bit.ly/1BDDXo0
“Near-exclusive association of ‘brain’ with pathology tainted the organ with an unpleasant emotional residue.” ?! op-talk.blogs.nytimes.com/201…
Important viewpoint from @scrawford: "Now this battle has been joined." - bit.ly/1zMCDNI
Aereo’s saga signals a chilling effect for innovation, says @berkmancenter's @vivekdotca. #sadbuttrue - bit.ly/10MJpUp
About 3 weeks ago from Stuart Shieber's Twitter ·