Open Content Mining: Richard Poynder blogs our progress so far, and I summarise my current impasse with publishers 2012-06-12


“A few weeks ago a group of us felt it was critical to put together a Manifesto for Open Content Mining. We wanted people who understood the issues, were clear thinkers, balanced outlook and committed to making solid, rapid progress. Among those who come immediately to mind is Richard Poynder who runs the GOAL OA mailing list and also a very thoughtful blog. It’s on the latter that he has written up the current state of play. I’m going to quote from it, and then add some comments on the current state of content-mining. As always you should read Richard’s blogs in full...



08/16/2012, 06:08

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Date tagged:

06/12/2012, 16:15

Date published:

06/12/2012, 16:48