Some implications of "digital" for scholarly writing and publishing

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Match Things, not Strings!

This was one of the admirable principles enunciated by Anthony Groves in his recent Haystack Conference webinar on how to deliver relevant results from a content-rich website, which I wrote about here. Yet, as I will show, sometimes it’s not such a bad idea …

Academic Publishing in Europe (APE) Berlin, 2018

Berlin Brandenburg Academy of Sciences

It was snowing in Berlin as I arrived, late on a night in January. Not the most encouraging of weather, but the following morning the sun was shining, the air was clear, and it was warming indeed to see the Berlin Academy of Sciences, venue …

How a bookshop cache improved my education

Many years ago, when there were new and second-hand bookshops all the way along London’s Charing Cross Road , there was a memorable bookshop called Joseph Poole. Much of my reading in my late teens and early twenties originate in that shop.

They did sell …

The London Book Fair 2014: Upstairs, Downstairs

There seemed to be two different events at this year’s Book Fair. Downstairs, in the main hall, there were new books galore, events with authors and celebrities. In the rights section, agents were working flat out to sell rights in hundreds of different territories. It …

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