I am pleased to announce that the Scholarly Kitchen will soon be offering our very own electronic tablet. The briSKet, or binary roaming integrated Scholarly Kitchen electronic tablet, is a purpose-built device, designed to support all of the scholarly publishing needs of our readers. The Scholarly Kitchen’s business development team has spent the better part of the last year designing the device and its array of scholarly functions and applications.
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In response to consumer concerns, Google announces its new Opt-Out Village. Happy Friday!
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According to a leaked document, publishing giants Springer, Elsevier, and Wiley-Blackwell will merge.
Image via Wikipedia Our Scholarly Chicken has recovered from his last gastronomic episode, and now that the weather has turned fowl, he has been feeling rather peckish. As Thanksgiving approaches, consider sending this recipe to those who see little value […]
A scholarly recipe for satisfying the stomaches and minds of the publishing world