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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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Gotta love PeerJ for taking the bold steps that are needed to take scientific publishing to the 21st century.
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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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I storified tweets from Tuesday's #opengov  panel during #UNM  's #oaweek2014  . We're hoping to release video soon, but in the meantime, you can see some of the content from this story. 
Panelists Dede Feldman, Brenda Castello, Benito Aragon, and Dan Barkley discussed aspects of Open Government for UNM's Open Access Week 2014
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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
 
Very interesting initiative from +Public Library of Science (PLoS) to enrich #citations in research #literature. Open database and an API to play with it. #openknowledge
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I storified tweets from Tuesday's #opengov  panel during #UNM  's #oaweek2014  . We're hoping to release video soon, but in the meantime, you can see some of the content from this story. 
Panelists Dede Feldman, Brenda Castello, Benito Aragon, and Dan Barkley discussed aspects of Open Government for UNM's Open Access Week 2014
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python, TORQUE, GNU Parallel, Hadoop, bash, LabVIEW, R, Matlab, C, git, machine learning, image processing, natural language processing, experimental biophysics, single molecule manipulation of proteins and DNA, optical systems, fluorescence microscopy, hardware automation, molecular biology, molecular motor biochemistry, research data management, experimental data analysis, Markov Chain Monte Carlo simulation, computational biology, interdisciplinary research, scientific writing, undergraduate and graduate teaching.
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  • University of New Mexico
    Research Data Scientist, 2013 - present
  • University of New Mexico
    Assistant Professor, Physics, 2006 - 2013
  • Sandia National Labs
    Postdoc, 2003 - 2006
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I get a kick out of open contributions that actually make an impact. Usually on wikipedia.
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