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Bill Hooker
Uncovering Algorithms: Looking Inside the Facebook News Feed | MIT Center for Civic Media - http://civic.mit.edu/blog...
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The cells I will never record from | InBabyAttachMode - http://scientopia.org/blogs...
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What can you do when your PI does not have your back? | InBabyAttachMode - http://scientopia.org/blogs...
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Misadventures in Grad School, Reboot: I Suck | pan kisses kafka - http://pankisseskafka.com/2014...
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Shocking Secrets Revealed! What Big Libraries Pay for Big Deals | Library Babel Fish @insidehighered - http://www.insidehighered.com/blogs...
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Ali Numan
Wow Ali Numan Toksöz, are you a spammer that you use that many groups to spread your message? - Ton Zijp
I m not a spammer Ton Fish : p - Ali Numan
So why do you place entries like this in groups that got nothing to do with what it's about? I don't see any relationship between Belle and Sebastian and Abstract Art or Fine Art Paintings. I don't think that members of these groups will see that relationship either. - Ton Zijp
I think number 2 is abstract art and number 3 or 5 is fine art , please look at from wikipedia for abstract and fine arts.You'll see there http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki... http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki.... And this is not a only song. Other members maybe as you all may think. - Ali Numan
Come on, Ali, why post this entry to 48 groups? I really don't understand that. People interested in those groups will start to think why they are bothered with something they are not interested in. I say you're a spammer in their opinion. And to be honest, although you're reacting to me, I totally agree. A simple message as a Belle and Sebastian song, accompanied with some photographs,... more... - Ton Zijp
This has nothing whatsoever to do with Research Funding 2.0. Please try to stay on topic for the room. - Bill Hooker
If you're the Admin of that group, Bill, you should be able to delete this entry in Research Funding 2.0. Please do so. That accounts for all the Admins of the other groups too off course. - Ton Zijp
Okay Bill , Sorry. - Ali Numan
Hey Ton fuck it ! - Ali Numan
Come on, Ali, you seem to be able to say sorry to Bill, but to me you can't say anything else than that? Try to behave a little better, starting with not posting an entry to 48+ groups. :-p - Ton Zijp
Okay,sorry Ton. - Ali Numan
Ben sevdim bunu... :) - Kamil
Neden :) - Ali Numan
Bill Hooker
How honest should I be about my career goals? My post-PhD story. | Small Pond Science - http://smallpondscience.com/2014...
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Richard P Grant
Post-publication peer review
What does that phrase mean to you? - Richard P Grant
Either people trying to replicate your results, or discussing(gossiping about) your work at a conference. - Mr. Gunn
PLoS One - Björn Brembs
blogs - pn
critical comments from peers after publication that are easily retrievable by anyone - Pedro Beltrao
pre-publication peer review made open, encouraging post-publication review to keep up - Yaroslav Nikolaev
needless to say one needs infrastructure for maintaining both =) - Yaroslav Nikolaev
Does your work get cited, and is the citer ripping it to shreds? - Donnie Berkholz
ideally, mechanisms like the comments at PLoS (except, you know, actually with people contributing reviews) - Chris Miller
+1 PLoS ONE. - Bill Hooker
What a fascinating question and answers. Is that a formal term? I would say letters to the editor in the journal in which the article appeared. And then inclusion in a formal meta-analysis down the road. - Hope Leman
I don't know if it's a formal term. That's part of why I asked! - Richard P Grant
Ha, well I am glad you asked the question Richard as this is an interesting discussion. My question for Paulo would be, “But how much authority and gravitas do blogs have?” How does ResearchBlogging.org come into play, here? And Twitter retweeting of the paper? I would be interested in what Michael Nielsen would have to say here. - Hope Leman
When I said blog, I was thinking of Research Blogging. You can build a reputation to your blog based on the kind of post-reviews you make and the discussions you generate. It's quite easy to separate the wheat from the chaff, and find out who are the best "authorities" in each field and whho are the nutjobs. Of course is not a perfect model, but anywhere you find "star-bloggers" that are bad and survive on some kind of "streetcred" they accumulated before. - pn
Michael Nielsen seems to have that sort of reputation. - Hope Leman
For physics yes, what about life sciences? - pn
I am new to the subject of Science 2.0, but he seems like a thought leader in Science 2.0 to me, speaking as a medical library person. He is erudite and well versed on many subjects beyond physics seems to me. - Hope Leman
Science 2.0 and Web 2.0 are fad, a hype. - pn
But Paulo--aren't Friendfeed and this room and the above conversation Science 2.0 in action? - Hope Leman
Bill Hooker
4 Questions to Size Up Job Candidates Fast and Cut the B.S. | Inc.com - http://www.inc.com/christi...
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Strapya World : Giant Isopod Realistic Plush Doll (XL Size) [Restocked in the end of April] - http://www.strapya-world.com/product...
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An open letter to Nature editor Philip Campbell | Tenure, She Wrote - http://tenureshewrote.wordpress.com/2014...
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I’m sorry….but you brought this on yourself, honey. | DrugMonkey - http://scientopia.org/blogs...
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What’s productive enough for tenure? | reaction norm - http://rxnm.wordpress.com/2013...
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The ‘system’ failed me. It should have failed me sooner. | Neurotic Physiology - http://scientopia.org/blogs...
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Can The Scholarly Kitchen save itself? | Sauropod Vertebra Picture of the Week - http://svpow.com/2014...
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FDA vs. 23andMe: How do we want genetic testing to be regulated? - http://www.michaeleisen.org/blog...
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Why I Won't Be Registering For ScienceOnline Together 2014 - http://networkedblogs.com/R8hk8
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Volunteer Postdoc Wanted, 2-3 years of experience required | DrugMonkey - http://scientopia.org/blogs...
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Where Do We Start Dismantling Glam? | reaction norm - http://rxnm.wordpress.com/2013...
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Affirmation in science is a rare beast | DrugMonkey - http://scientopia.org/blogs...
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New Annual Report and Strategy Document - Creative Commons - http://creativecommons.org/weblog...
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Heather Piwowar
What's a good way to phrase "I feel blessed" when you don't really believe there is someone out there doing the blessing?
"Fortunate" perhaps? - RepoRat
As a Bokononist I say, "Lucky me! Lucky mud!". - Bill Hooker
I am at peace - WarLord
I'd go with "fortunate." In fact, I use it frequently. :) - Catherine Pellegrino
Honored works well - Hedgehog
you, in particular, could say that your hard work is paying off :) - Christina Pikas
Grateful? appreciative? groovy? - Steve C Team Marina
+1 Christina's - Kubke
+1 Christina - Bill Hooker
Can't (epi)genetics do the blessing? From an English grammar language perspective, that's a non-issue... "I've been blessed by genomics background" - Egon Willighagen
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Science Showcase, Office of Scientific and Technical Information, USDOE - http://www.osti.gov/science...
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Any advice for a Ph.D. student contemplating a leave of absence? | Wandering Third Instar - http://scientopia.org/blogs...
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Present and Future Books by Me : AnnMaria’s Blog - http://www.thejuliagroup.com/blog...
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Walt Crawford
I'm delighted to note that the estimable Kevin Smith is now using "predatory publisher" language in connection with a subscription publisher, in a high-profile venue: http://lj.libraryjournal.com/2013...
And, for those who haven't seen it, Mr. Predatory himself finds it inappropriate to fault a subscription journal for unsavory practices. That's only appropriate for OA journals: http://lj.libraryjournal.com/2013... - Walt Crawford
Good response by Kevin. - Joe
"Mr Predatory" is the name by which Beall shall henceforth and always be known. And I think the comment Walt linked is the last straw for me -- I never wanted to believe that Beall's agenda was deliberately anti-OA, but now I frankly do believe that. - Bill Hooker
Kevin Smith actually talked directly about this exchange at the ACRL ScholComm Roadshow yesterday, in response to a (general) question about Beall. He (Smith) was remarkably level-headed and reasonable in his summary of the situation and the debate between himself and Beall. Not that he needed them, but he earned a bunch more points in my book for that. - Catherine Pellegrino
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Walt at Random » Blog Archive » Visual acuity redux - http://walt.lishost.org/2013...
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