Scientific publishing 2.0

Read/WriteWeb has a post on the SXSW panel Web 2.0, Semantic Web & Scientific Publishing, covering a couple of projects of interest to scholars:
  • George Soros' Budapest Open Access Initiative seeks to make all scientific literature FREE and freely available. Go George!
  • Connotea is a FREE online reference manager (similar to Zotero, but with more limited annotation capabilities), with the ability to share citations over the web, and export-to or import-from client reference manager systems (e.g., Endnote). Timo Hannay calls it "del.icio.us for scientific publishing."
There's more - check out Ammiriti's post.

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