Earlier this week I wrote a guest post for the Impact of Social Sciences blog. In the post I talk about a recent paper correlating tweets and citations (also discussed on this blog). But the main argument I try to make is that tweets are a powerful filter for personalized scholarly content:
A few years from now the “personalized journal” will have replaced the traditional journal as the primary means to discover new scholarly papers with impact to our work.
Support open source software as a GitHub sponsor
Two years ago GitHub introduced the ability to sponsor an open source contributor – person or organization. They handle (and pay for) the payment logistics for a one-time or regular contribution. A blog post from June 2019 describes the thinking of the ...
Is Schema.org about a technical standard or about something else?
At the beginning of the month Google, Bing and Yahoo announced schema.org, a new initiative for structured markup on the web. Richard MacManus responded with a critical piece at ReadWriteWeb (Is Schema.org really a Google Land Grab?), ...