Monthly Archives: May 2014

Shuttleworth Gathering Budapest, Content Mine Dogfood

Twice a year the Shuttleworth Fellowship meets in a Gathering – could be anywhere in the world (subject to a minimum travel costs algorithm). This is my first and we are in Budapest – one of Europe’s loveliest cities. (I’ve … Continue reading

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Content Mining will be legal in UK; I inform Cambridge Library and the world of my plans

Early last week the UK House of Lords passed the final stages of a Statutory Instrument with exceptions to copyright. For me that most important was that those with legitimate access to electronic content can now use mining technology to … Continue reading

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Jean-Claude Bradley: Hero of Open Notebook Science; it must become the central way of doing science

It is with great sadness that we report the death of Jean-Claude Bradley who invented the concept of “Open NoteBook Science”.  ( ). [Blue Obelisk presented to J-C (left) by Egon Willighagen (right), 2007. Photo Credit CC BY Christoph Steinbeck] I … Continue reading

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