The use of ResearchGate and Academia.edu, two of the most popular but also heavily criticized social networks that compete with each other for the ‘Facebook for academics’ title, is still an ever recurring topic in conversations about self-archiving...
These Regulations require the closure of businesses selling food or drink for consumption on the premises, and businesses listed in Part 2 of Schedule 2, to protect against the risks to public health arising from coronavirus, except for limited...
But, for now, UK Brexiteers are unable and unwilling to accept that they do not have that leverage. The amour-propre of their new-found “sovereignty” will not allow it. Because Brexiteers are still…
Toby GreenSorry to drag the conversation back to the unmentionable, but this really is a first class analysis of the situation (and an excellent 101 on the art of negotiation).
Can there be a deal with no transition extension? beergbrexit.blog/2020/05/04/can… via @beerg
Pavement chalking to draw attention to wild flowers and plants in urban areas has gone viral across Europe – but UK chalkers could face legal action
Toby GreenFollowers of #AFlowerADayDuringCoronavirusLockdown might like to read 'Not just weeds': how rebel botanists are using graffiti to name forgotten flora. (And I might have a new calling post-Covid . . . You have been warned . . . )
Toby Green@TAC_NISO Agreed. Posting adds to the mountain of #wildcontent that is hard to find and at risk of disappearing (link rot anyone?). But not everyone can “publish” which is why we’ve created coherentdigital.net with a mission to tame wild content. #STMAnnualUS
Toby GreenIf you’d like insight into what we’re up to at Coherent Digital I gave an update at a @cni_org product briefing last night, in the context of #cni2020s & #COVID19. #wildcontent #greyliterature . As ever, feedback, suggestions welcome.
DavidWorlock.com is dedicated to the idea that using information in networks creates wholly fresh businesses which , though often founded on traditional publishing skills , rely for success and profitability on a creativity derived from the...
We all have heard warnings about the flu season. It seems to be following a typical pattern as occurs almost every decade—1947, 1957, 1968, 1977…But there is an outlier in the routine: the flu pandemic of 1918 which killed 55 million people around...
Toby GreenTrump fanning Chinese lab #coronavirus theory echos 1918 ‘experts’ theorising ‘flu was a German plot. Plus ca change. Source: a wonderful blog post about 1918 ‘flu epidemic in New York archives.nyc/blog/2018/3/1/… #wildcontent