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RT @nniiicc: Scrapin’ Scrapin’ Scrapin’ Keep them crawlers scrapin’ Serve it up as JSON A PEE EYE! Wrap it up, parse it out, ship it now! A PEE EYE!
Don't try to understand it / Encode it, clean it, SAN it / Soon we'll be linkin' far and wiiiiiiiiiide... - RepoRat
(also I would watch the HELL out of this show. Li'l Clint Eastwood as the brash skunkworks developer...) - RepoRat
("My name is Gil Favor. I'm the scrum master.") - RepoRat
RT @Write4Research: Don't want to redo all your citations? Learn how to modernize scholarly referencing for digital and open access. https://t.co/zkWlxqcbNX
...with Chapter 4 of report strongly showing that very few people are reading (p52, remember distributions are *very* left skewed)
Is there a sense in AHSS that publn in a venue "truly" validates work? My STM exp is that ppl believe need it for career but its not "real"
..1/2 lives suggest maths 'like' AHSS but LMS study & continued existence of maths jrnls after 20 yrs of ArXiv not mentioned? [3/3]
Much data worth digging into in British Academy #openaccess Report http://www.britac.ac.uk/templat... but odd logical leap at heart [1/2]
Whole chapter on usage/citation half life followed by chapter saying this is least impt factor in library subscription decisions. [2/3]
Trying not to construct a strawman but finding it hard to not read BA report as "the work only matters if published places no-one reads"...
Check Ian Bogost on "vampire publishing." - RepoRat
.@jenniferlin15 And I don't believe that "the market" can sort it. Customers != community. If financing cld be structured so it was phaps...
.@jenniferlin15 My answer thus far has been no. You can be lucky in motivated founders but the system doesn't drive that [1/2]
RT @RickyPo: Elsevier Takedown Notices: A Q&A with Peter Suber http://library.harvard.edu/0314201...
Some thoughts on funding the growth and development of scholarly comms infrastructure and services: http://cameronneylon.net/blog...
Debt, Pensions and Capitalisation: Funding schol comms innovation - http://cameronneylon.net/blog...
One of the things that has been bothering me for some time is the question of finding the right governance and finance models for supporting both a core set of scholarly communications infrastructures and shared innovation spaces. In this post I wanted to think about how we bridge the funding gap from promising pilot to community infrastructure and how debt financing might play a role. - Cameron Neylon
Sorry not to be at #uksglive but really needed to get some work done this week. Of course now I am watching the tweets to procrastinate...
RT @PLOSLabs: congrats to the @Wikimedia #OpenAccess media bot on reaching 16,000 uploads @EvoMRI https://t.co/h3TH4gYzmn
RT @phatmattbaker: DIY centrifuge from hacked HD #HLab14 http://instagram.com/p...
Speeding up now! RT @MLBrook: I love that Queens Belfast [..is] next insitution to open up APC data: http://figshare.com/article... #openaccess
Anybody know a quiet bar in Cambridge with good wifi?
RT @EvoMRI: Please share your thoughts on making research proposals public, via proposal https://t.co/m81Wivign9 or Hangout https://t.co/kXsB3btgjU Thx
RT @DanielPaulOD: Millennials just don't get it! How the Muppets created Generation X http://www.salon.com/2014... via @Salon
“I will Jim Henson you into apologizing.” What does that mean? - Betsy
.@MLBrook @petermurrayrust @smithsam Then we've got a benchmark & an unseen data set, so we can see how we improve as new ones released
.@MLBrook @petermurrayrust @smithsam I am going to not look at Cambridge data till I've had a go with our automated tools on WT set [1/2]
Following @wellcometrust APC dataset @Cambridge_Uni have now released their own data! That's my weekend then http://figshare.com/article...
...extensive close argument of issues coming to a provocative conclusion. Need to reassess what "copying" is WRT (c) http://ec.europa.eu/researc...
The EC Expert Group report on Text and Data Mining should be required reading for anyone interested in TDM. Lots of important detail [1/2]
EC releases expert group report on Text and Data Mining for research. Only skimmed so far but looks very interesting http://ec.europa.eu/researc...
Lets try again: I'm *interested* because WB do a pretty good job on expressing licenses and I'd like to see some NC/NC-ND examples
I'm actually interesting because Wiley do a pretty good job of expressing licenses so am interesting in how that looks on NC/NC-ND articles
Would it be possible for someone from Wiley-Blackwell to punt me some DOIs for hybrid articles? Ideally with different licenses? @lfliz
.@wellcometrust And thank *you* for releasing data. You have really raised the bar on transparency in APC market cc @robertkiley @MLBrook
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