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A look back at The Scholarly Kitchen in 2016 and a glimpse at what’s coming in 2017.
We’re off for the Thanksgiving holiday in the US, so we leave you with a musical moment to treasure.
The SSP is looking for your suggestions for its 2017 Annual Meeting.
Welcoming a new Chef into The Scholarly Kitchen, Lettie Conrad.
A session at ALPSP shines a light on why publishers are caught in an impossible situation — satisfying customers who demand different things at different times, and who are not aligned around the ultimate benefit they all seek to deliver.
We’re off for the US Labor Day holiday, while Jonathan Richman reminds us to keep summer alive, at least in our hearts.
Summertime, and we’re off for the 4th of July. Some suggested listening and reading for the break.
Let’s talk about the comment moderation policy at The Scholarly Kitchen.
We’re on break for a few days, so a musical interlude to tide you over.
Kent Anderson returns to update his essential list of just what it is that publishers do.
A farewell to 2015, and some thoughts on why our culture has, in an age of abundance, slowed down so much.
Please join me in welcoming a new Chef to the Kitchen.
It’s Thanksgiving in the US and we’re taking the next few days off. In the meantime, here’s a seasonal musical interlude.
The theme for SSP’s 2016 conference is Crossing Boundaries: New Horizons in Scholarly Communication. Here are some thoughts on a few of the boundaries that need to be crossed, not just at conferences but also in our community more generally.