We’re in a thicket of stories proclaiming “science is broken” and that stealing articles isn’t stealing because, publishers. This cottage industry of journal bashing and science trashing has reached a crescendo. What drives it? And what more important stories are being missed in the maelstrom?
A recent exhortation to support post-publication peer-review with awards shines a light on the holes in both ideas.
Real-time video is soon to be ubiquitous, creating a new platform for publishers to consider as they develop their new product plans.
Demand Media has created a journalism and custom content platform that disrupting neighboring publishing models. Can we learn something from their approach?
The book may only be a part of the future of reading. Will publishers be only a part of it, too?
It’s only been 6,000+ days since the Web launched, proving that some things are only possible in practice.