16 April 2014

Comments for first half of April 2014

Impact Story looks at what people consider to be obstacles publishing in “megajournals” like PLOS ONE. Their list is good, but it doesn’t have the number one reason I’ve heard for people not submitting there: $$$

Excusion Set looks at cranks and the deficit model of science communication. In other words, how can you communicate with someone who thinks you’re wrong?

I make a cameo appearance in this post at The Molecular Ecologist on why people sign their reviews of research papers.

ImpactStory looks at ORCIDs and why they should become as common as DOIs. Poster session organizers should ask for them, too!

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