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Scholarly Kitchen Podcast: Peter Brantley on Annotating the Web

sk podcastIn this episode, Peter Brantley, the director of scholarly communication at the start-up Hypothes.is, talks with host Stewart Wills about the firm’s efforts to build an open annotation layer on the Web, his thoughts on how in-line annotation differs, in both spirit and potential, from the more common practice of online comment streams, and some possible applications in scholarly communication, publishing, and peer review.

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I'm the Editor and Content Director for Optics & Photonics News, published by The Optical Society.

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