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The Webby Awards’ People’s Voice competition is now over, and our little blog made a respectable showing, thanks to all your support.
The e-book age is here — infrastructure, readers, storefronts. Publishers should heed the warning signs and stop delaying the inevitable.
The OUP has launched Oxford Bibliographies Online, hoping to filter major fields down to a high-quality, peer-reviewed reference kick-start. But does a wordy filter actually filter in the networked world?
The Public Library of Science was once a radical force, but is now dependent on author-pays bulk-publishing for its livelihood, which introduces all sorts of problems for every journal publisher. What went wrong?
A collection of 20 library signs says a lot about the trials and tribulations of librarians. Patrons do the strangest things!
Wearable computers are coming, and many are already around us, with biometric, social networking, gaming, and health applications. Which one will you wear?
A new Pew Research report shows that news media — print and broadcast — vary in their attitudes. But a deeper attitude about how the news should be presented may be their ultimate vulnerability.
Examine what you’re quoted carefully. Some commonly held views of the world are based on misappropriated quotations.
A quick overview of how to vote for the Scholarly Kitchen’s Webby Award nomination. Help shine a light on scholarly communications around the world.
Twitter creates an ad model, modest in scope and cautious in implementation. It’s a good first step, and certainly not their last.
Lava Lamps can work under difficult conditions, but would we still want to watch them?
Ithaka S+R has published a report on libraries and open access. Libraries are still important in the lives of scholars, but the trends are not in their favor. Open access doesn’t seem to be meeting scholars’ needs.
Major trends are at work in information exchange technologies and interface design, but publishers remain hampered by incumbent traits.
Four days with the iPad reveals a landscape of possibilities and some real functionality pros and cons.