[Asis-l] Collection of links on science, medicine, scholarly communication and general Web stuff
hleman at samhealth.org
hleman at samhealth.org
Fri Dec 10 01:10:50 EST 2010
Hi, all. I have been poking around in Twitter again and would like to pass along some links to stuff I found interesting.
Hope Leman, MLIS
Research Information Technologist
Center for Health Research and Quality
Samaritan Health Services
815 NW 9th Street Suite 203A
Corvallis, OR 97330
Replacing the Paper: The Twelve Rs of the e-Research Record
IP Grey Markets at Research Universities
A Web Designers Guide to Information Architecture
Worth reading for an idea of how to make institutional repositories more than the dreaded “roach motel”—and you get this from an IR, too!
MePrints: Building User Centred Repositories
Getting Started with Drupal: A Comprehensive Hands-On Guide
22 Excellent Tips for New Drupal Developers
Is open peer review the fairest system? Yes
One Good Kern Deserves Another
Share what you want, with whom you want.
Definition of Health 2.0 and Medicine 2.0: A Systematic Review
enGrant Scientific Launches Site for Tracking Scientific Research and Grant Funding
Is there a disconnect between Big Data and the Web of Data ?
The economic impact of consumer copyright exceptions: A literature review
8 Web Conferencing/Meeting Apps for Freelancers for Real-time Collaboration
Clive Thompson on Coding for the Masses
Cute little video here:
The Joy of Stats with Hans Rosling
Analysis of retractions in PubMed
Typekit Lets You Customize the Web With Your Own Fonts
Preparing and Planning for a Redesign
Good stuff here and not only for science/technology librarians:
Emergency Medicine and Critical Care FREE podcasts
The Accessibility of WAI-ARIA
The 5 big mistakes in virtual education
Why We Can't Afford Not to Create a Well-Stocked National Digital Library System
5 of the Best Free and Open Source Data Mining Software
Word clouds in the life sciences
Taking a blog kickback? Slap a Cmp.ly on it
Cloud computing in libraries
5 Interesting Social Media Infographics
An Exchange of Views
This is the site discussed:
Making community health information as useful as weather data
Design Inspiration: Text Art Showcase
Linking taxonomic databases to the primary literature: BHL and the Australian Faunal Directory
Social media search engines
Two tools for collaborative use of social media
An Analysis of Twitter and Facebook Use by the Archival Community
Introducing Google Earth Engine
Advanced visualization without programming – Impure
Google Maps & Label Readability
Open access to scientific research: where are we and where are we going? Facts and figures on the occasion of the 2010 Open Access Week (October 18-24)
Standards Corner: Update: The Direct Project
Make Your Computer a Web Server or Development Machine in Under 10 Minutes
Best Kinetic Typography Sequences for your Inspiration
A Study of Self-Plagiarism
Getting Rid of Books: A Heresy
A deeper dive into Do-Not-Track
20+ Brochure Design Examples: Ideas for Your Print Projects
Medical researcher discovers integration, gets 75 citations
Introducing ReSearch.ly – A Window into Twitter’s Interest Graphs
30+ Wonderful Examples of Lomography Images
Working with Flash: Tips & Tricks to Create a Detailed Image
Submission Fees - A tool in the transition to open access?
Who Would Suffer The Most (And Least) Under Do Not Track
For those you not yet familiar with the leading Open Science thinker, Cameron Neylon, here is a distillation of many of his ideas:
The Gatekeeper is Dead:
The Future of the Health Graph (Health Social Layer) – Part 1
Spatial Semantics for Better Interoperability and Analysis: Challenges and Experiences in Building Semantically Rich Applications in Web 3.0
Cute little video of a neat product:
A Bloomfire is a website geared specifically for easily sharing knowledge and the discussions that surround it
Show me the numbers
15 Essential Tools for Windows Based Web Developers
Outbreaks Near Me
Why researchers should blog
Yammer (yammer.com) "Twitter for business"
Chaordix makes crowdsourcing simple
Cute little video:
Glympse™ is a groundbreaking new way to share your location with anyone for a specified period of time using patent-pending GlympseWatch™ timer.
Multi-Actor Analysis for Identifying the Economic Viability of eCare Solutions
30+ Useful Infographics for your Inspiration
Useful set of resources for teaching statistics K-college
Teaching Statistics (think novice nurse researchers)
Digital scholarship and libraries
Why I put my work into the public domain
Rivi is a high-performance RenderedImage viewer suitable for viewing very big images.
Check out Qwiki.com new type of #search, returns answer or video on a subject. I found this quite cool, actually.
30 Free Fonts Perfect For Typographical Introductions
Why I Don't Use Libraries for Reference Anymore
55 New APIs: SMS Text Messages, Cloud Email and Location Marketing
I bet tech-savvy librarians could do really cool things with the Alibris one:
SearchBlox is an out-of-the-box Enterprise Search Solution built on top of Apache Lucene. It is fast to deploy, easy to manage and available for both on-premise and cloud deployment.
Best of all, it is free. No limitations. No restrictions.
The Evolution of The Blogger
Strata Gems: Where to find data
25 reasons why I'll leave your website in 10 seconds
DIRLINE Search for Disaster Organizations
Twitter Content Classification
QR code infographic (Look at this one--QR codes are going to be big, big, big!_
eXtending the Web – a gaze into the future
Can Klout Really Measure Influence?
New York Law School Law Review Publishes Special Issue about Google Books Lawsuit and Settlement
Red sites showcase
Top 7 Free Twitter Tools To Track People That Stopped Following You
Forward linking and keeping context in the scholarly literature
The Illusion of Google's Limitless Library
30 Top Best Free Fonts From 2010
18 Super Quick Web Typography Tips for Newbies
Dipity taps data for infographics and revenue
What is CiteBank?
CiteBank is an open access platform to aggregate citations for biodiversity publications and deliver access to biodiversity related articles. CiteBank aggregates links to content from digital libraries, publishers, and other bibliographic systems in order to provide a single point of access to the world’s biodiversity literature, including content created by its community of users. CiteBank is a project of the Biodiversity Heritage Library (BHL).
Interactive molecular manipulation using Kinect
2010: E-Book Buyer's Guide to E-Book Privacy
Real-Time Traffic App Waze
Cute little video:
Realtime.springer.com is a special service that gives you insight into what content is being read by the scientific community, all over the world, as it is happening.
Cute little video here:
Some of the key features of the Chrome OS
A Copyright Office for the 21st Century: Recommendations to the New Register of Copyrights
iPad Apps for Scientists: Taking PubMed to the next level
Cute little tool—fun to try for a few minutes:
How to create a Favicon
11 Trends in Web Logo Design: The Good, the Bad and the Overused
Way over my head but useful to know about
Intelligent Video: The Top Cultural & Educational Video Sites
Digital Science – The Perfect Complement
Why should data be released under the CC0 waiver...
Very useful stuff here:
Presentations from the SPARC 2010 Digital Repositories Meeting
Such as this:
Small is beautiful: Data Curation for the Rest of Us:
Post-publication peer review in public: poison or progress?
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