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The Guardian Reveals an Important Truth About Article Comments

Recent data from the Guardian suggests that commenting remains a fringe activity, often dominated by a few voices. What might this mean for initiatives based on altmetrics and post-publication review? Continue reading

Birds of a Feather Blog Together

In the world of science blogging, there are those who cite the literature, those who don’t, and never the twain shall meet. Continue reading

Science Blogging as a Public Outreach Tool — Unfulfilled Potential or Unrealistic Expectation?

A recent study points out that science blogs are failing to provide much in the way of community outreach and education to the non-scientist public. Is this really a failure, or is it an unrealistic expectation? Continue reading

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