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Steve Koch
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Business Intelligence Developer at Epic. Formerly: research data scientist; experimental biophysicist
Business Intelligence Developer at Epic. Formerly: research data scientist; experimental biophysicist

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Here is why PeerJ/paper-now is important to follow.
This may be a huge step forward from the discussions about OA because:
- it offers a clear improvement of the article format, allowing it hopefully to merge with  formats like animations, databases, programs which one can execute in the browser.
- it exports the format of the paper (this is like if latex were a publisher and decides to export the latex programs so that everybody could write a latex article)
- which has the obvious advantage that one can host on it’s page an article in an uniform format, idea which solves two things at once: (1) how to make an article friendly for future semantic queries (2) where to put the article on the web
-Github is already the answer and the perpetrator of a silent revolution (is already more than 10 times bigger than arXiv, and git is a model of collaboration tool which is not based on choke points  and centralized thinking), so to export the PeerJ/paper-now to Github is natural and brilliant.

Commented here https://chorasimilarity.wordpress.com/2015/03/06/peerj-as-a-formatpaper-on-github-peerjpaper-now/
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#sc14  UNM. UTEP, OU, NM Consortium Booth 
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The circular banner above our booth at #sc14 , via #autoawesome
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Nice lflowchart by Daniel Gutierrez
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Via +Dan Scott
This looks like something +Andrew Colgoni​ would find interesting, in terms of communicating directly with your clientele. From the Zimmerman Library at the University of New Mexico.

Also, the new signage was impressively industrial: 6 foot vertical rectangles of polished steel with the letters cut out. Alas, I didn't grab a photo of that (didn't want to accidentally catch a student).
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Ella's owl, spookified #halloweenify  
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PLoS blog about "rich citations" ... looks great!

An example on the alpha site: http://alpha.richcitations.org/view/10.1371/journal.pone.0094597
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