Daily Archives: April 10, 2009

Conspiracy and chemistry and an invitation to lunch

Antony Williams (Chemspider) and Stuart Cantrill (Nature) have recently blogged about what the blogosphere is seeing as censorship on the Web by the American Chemical Society. This is a bold and serious claim and needs some background. The facts,  from … Continue reading

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Blogging for an eScientist – more thoughts

It is often exciting and rewarding when someone from outside regular contributors comments so I’ll reply to  Jean Calvin (blog: Post Tenebras Lux) Submitted on 2009/04/10 at 9:44am Good timing Peter! I started off a new blog recently and have … Continue reading

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Open Notebook Ontology development

One of the challenging aspects of ontology development is that in the early stages there are likely to be major collisions of orientation, and chemistry is no exception. So we need to prepare for some hard work addressing these. Traditionally … Continue reading

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