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.
- Egghead - UC Davis Research Blog
- PLoS Blog
- Coturnix's Blog Around the Clock
- Deepak Singh at BBGM
- Pedro Baltrao at Public Rambling
- Genome Technology Blog
- nsaunders at What you're doing is rather desperate
- Pimm blog
- Highlight Health "More steps for Open Access"
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.ReplyDelete
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.ReplyDelete
Congratulations! Looking forward to working closely with you for years to come!ReplyDelete
Awesome! Congratulations -- to you, and to PLoS!ReplyDelete
Congratulations ! :)ReplyDelete
Congratulations, Jonathan! PLoS couldn't have made a better choice!ReplyDelete
Great inauguration editorial. It's hard to imagine a more compelling argument for open-access publishing.ReplyDelete
Congratulations to you and to PLoS!
Congratulations Jonathan! A great day for you, PLoS, and the entire Open Access community.ReplyDelete
It was the license plate that did it, right?
You have a most interesting blog.ReplyDelete
Stay on groovin' safari,
Welcome to our world, dude! Best of luck in the new position.ReplyDelete
Thanks everyone ...ReplyDelete
My confrats tooReplyDelete
Don't let it kill you
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???ReplyDelete