BTW that sharing is caring image I made for Science Commons contest is for everyone to use (unless by entering the contest I gave all rights to Science Commons, but if they are truly open then they'll give permission). I've used it in my poster and I think that could be an emblem for open science. Hmmm maybe a new ONS stamp to come?
I never posted this for some dumb reason, but I "made" a website that compiles KochLab's doings from youtube and blogger. It is pretty limited and crappy, but it is new and has potential. Check it out at http://flavors.me/kochlab
How do people usually prepare to write an article? I'm grasping at straws here and have been just reading a bunch of articles from the journal I want to publish in to get an overall outline of how an article should be written. Am I going overboard?
I'll be presenting my Candidacy Exam on Oct 20th. Look for my talk online (will post) days after. In the mean time I'm planning on doing online practice talk Thurs Oct via Google Chat. I will have my slide show on Google Docs before then.If anyone knows anything better please let me know.
Ok, I want total participation on this from everyone in the science world. What is the future of open science? Blogging and Wikis have helped greatly. Stuff like delicious and citeulike allow us to share articles. Youtube, Google Docs, Slideshare, etc allow us to publish our work. What's next?
Hi All, so I'm Noah Gray's colleague, and I'm exploring this whole exciting world of microblogging, friend feeding and the like. Got a question for you: When you're going to a conference, what sorts of gear do you consider essential for doing this kind of stuff? Cell phones? Laptops? Good old fashioned programmes?