This is my last post for this Nature Network blog. Later today, I will start a new blog somewhere else – also called Gobbledygook and covering the same topics.
Writing this blog here on Nature Network since August 2007 has been an incredible experience, something that can't be covered in a single blog post. I simply want to say thank you to all the people I interacted with over the years – both online and in person. And a particular thanks for Matt, Corie, Anna and Lou from Nature Network who made all this possible.
There are several of my posts I particularly like – and some I like a little less. Something I really enjoyed doing – and something that I think works very well in the blog format – is interviews. I did around 20 interviews in the last two years (the last two on the Lindau Laureate Meeting blog), and I've listed them all below.
- Victor Henning about Mendeley
- Alex Griekspoor about Papers
- Pablo Fernicola about the Microsoft Word Article Authoring Add-In
- Moshe Pritsker about JOVE
- Kevin Emamy about CiteULike
- Geoff Bilder about CrossRef and author identifiers
- MJ Suhonos about Lemon8-XML
- Trevor Owens about Zotero
- Richard Wynne about Editorial Manager
- Richard Grant about Faculty of 1000
- Elizabeth Blake and Bruce Rosenblum about eXtyles
- Tony Hammond about OAI-PMH
- Peter Binfield about PLoS ONE and article level metrics
- Euan Adie about Streamosphere
- Alex Knoll about Conference Blogging
- Phil Vaughan about UK PubMed Central
- Lesley Anson about Nature Communications
- Ijad Madisch about ScienceFeed
- Renny Guida about Researcher ID
- Jason Rollins about Endnote
- Nobel Laureate Edmond Fischer
- Nobel Laureate Francoise Barré-Sinoussi – together with Lou Woodley
Please stay in touch. And if possible, come around to the Science Online London Conference this weekend.
Update: Gobbledygook has moved to PLoS Blogs.