An interview with Susan King of the CHORUS steering group about the publisher response to the OSTP public access memorandum.
A new episode of the Scholarly Kitchen podcast is ready. This time, we talk with head chef Kent Anderson about his experience filing a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request.
The Scholarly Kitchen proudly announces its podcast. Happy listening!
Is the decade-long trend in e, i, and x naming based on a deeper trend in how the world is coming together?
Some early thoughts on Apple’s recent announcement for tools for developing educational content. It’s not about the product; it’s a game of platform wars.
Nostalgia about the book will be upon us soon enough. But we’ve been down similar paths before, and so have prior generations.
Recent inflection points for the music industry may yet again prove instructive for publishers and others. But is it already too late for us to recover the craft of making products rather than providing content?
The shift to the Systems Age is happening so fast and completely that publishers are left with only one option — fight fire with fire. Will they? Can they? Some examples show the way.
The accelerated, real-time Web has some people worried about its cultural effects. Given the alternatives, I’ll take it.
What will $0.99 per article do to the access debate?
Access to the scientific literature by small and medium-sized businesses is good, although it could be a lot easier, according to a new report.
Amazon’s release of the Kindle for iPhone moves the battle lines from devices to stores. How will iTunes respond?