Six-plus years later, it’s time to revisit Michael Clarke’s now-classic post about disruption, or rather the lack thereof, in scientific publishing.
Can a cloud-based printer with a small footprint insert print back into daily information flows?
John Battelle wonders if we’re painting ourselves into a corner with crude tools of identity. Instead, is there another way?
With Google, Twitter, Facebook, and email doing most of the work, why are we building big, expensive, multifaceted sites? Are we being strategic? Or are we in a rut?
Magazines spend millions promoting print advertising but leave Web editorial underfunded. Is this the right move in the month of the iPad?
Despite predictions and analyses to the contrary, STM publishing hasn’t been disrupted yet. Perhaps there’s more here than meets the eye . . .
April Fool’s was a good one at the Scholarly Kitchen. Here’s a roundup of some notable pranks across the Interwebs.
The MLA’s seventh edition style guide knocks print from its pedestal and dethrones the URL for citations. In other words, its editors get real.