Monthly Archives: June 2010

Reclaiming our Scholarship: tribute to Vitek Tracz and BMC.

Typed (because I am an the BL!) into Arcturus It was a wonderful occasion at BMC’s 10th birthday last night in the Gherkin (London’s iconic modern building). The party was on the very top – a circular pad with stunning … Continue reading

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Reclaiming Our Scholarship (thanks to BMC): Motive, Means and Resource

Dictated into Arcturus Today I, and the other authors of the Panton Principles, have been invited by Biomed Central to hand out the prizes which they have sponsored (with Microsoft) for the best papers that make data Open. As part … Continue reading

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Reclaiming our Scholarship: What should we do when Elsevier crashes?

Dictated into Arcturus This is the first in a series of posts under the heading “reclaiming our scholarship”. I think we’re at a critical time in scholarly publishing when academia has the opportunity to reclaim the vast digital wealth that … Continue reading

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