This is the part of the story where publishers, marketers, fundraisers and authors realize there is a shit ton of money to be made in Linked Open Data Living Information Books as a new kind of digital property.
After participating as a panelist in a National Information Standards Organization panel several months ago, I’d like to share my unvarnished thoughts about what we need to be doing to keep our upcoming election safe and protect the national information security interests of the US and the global community of good faith actors and scientists.
Further details may be found at LODLIB-6: doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.3975073
Again, I am sharing below publicly my correspondence with a prestigious European academic publisher, with whom my revised and exceptionally well-reviewed doctoral dissertation was
published (CORRECTION: distributed).
I added a pretty strongly worded portion to my Open Science-Humanities Book calling out Brill Publishers.
I’d like to provide some background and texture to these vocal Open Access advocacy efforts in support of merging Science and the Humanities and unlatching the research on which my book depends.Read More »
[Cross-posted from my other blog: vocesanticae.com]
I’ve been emailing back and forth a bit the last few days with my friend and academic colleague, Dieter Roth, the world’s leading expert on the study of Marcion and his texts. We met at a conference at KU Leuven a few years back, one graciously hosted by Joseph Verheyden and John Kloppenborg. It was such a wonderful gathering. I’ve let Dieter know that I value our scholarly friendship and eagerly welcome his feedback. He said he’s working on a response.Read More »
Updated May 13, 2020
My CNI presentation felt like it went really well, despite a couple wireless freezes during the session. A video recording is now available on Vimeo or embedded in the session event page, linked from the Coalition for Networked Information Spring 2020 Virtual Membership Meeting website.Read More »