Monday, February 25, 2008

PLoS Biology 2.0

PLoS Biology - www.plosbiology.org

Well, I guess it is official now so I should post about it here. As for this afternoon, I am now the new Academic Editor in Chief of PLoS Biology. To read more about this new role of mine go to the source. I will probably cross post the editorial here at some later point.
Also see other blogs/notes about this
For more on what I think about Open Access publishing see some of my other blogs on the issue.

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15 comments:

  1. This is really fantastic news, Jonathan. I'm thrilled for PLoS Biology and PLoS as a whole. I look forward to following PLoS Biology's evolution.

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  2. Congratulations Jonathan. If anyone can bring open access to the masses it’s you. Open access is an idea whose time has definitely come. I know how annoyed and frustrated I get when I don’t have access to the online version of a journal article. Keep up the good work.

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  3. Congratulations! Looking forward to working closely with you for years to come!

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  4. You?

    :-)

    Congrats, Jonathan!

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  5. Awesome! Congratulations -- to you, and to PLoS!

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  6. Congratulations, Jonathan! PLoS couldn't have made a better choice!

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  7. Great inauguration editorial. It's hard to imagine a more compelling argument for open-access publishing.

    Congratulations to you and to PLoS!

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  8. Congratulations Jonathan! A great day for you, PLoS, and the entire Open Access community.

    It was the license plate that did it, right?

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  9. Congratulations!

    Graham

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  10. You have a most interesting blog.

    Stay on groovin' safari,
    Tor

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  11. Welcome to our world, dude! Best of luck in the new position.

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  12. My confrats too

    Don't let it kill you

    o

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  13. OK, so I'm clearly not your most regular reader and missed the big news, but a late congratulation anyway! It's fantastic news. Maybe now I can get you out here to Cowboy Country to spread the OA word???

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