Mon Jan 2 02:04:52 EST 2006
|(Copyright, The Scientist, Inc.)
| by Eugene Garfield
| (Page 12 of newspaper)
|Electronic Publishing Extends Reach Of Scientists And Of The
|In his essay on page 10 of this issue, Nobel laureate Joshua
|Lederberg describes the many potential benefits to the science
|community of electronic publishing. I certainly concur in
|advocating its use, as witness my recent decision to mount The
|Scientist on NSFnet and the Internet.
|In any case, regular readers of The Scientist should feel free to
|post these files onto their bulletin boards.
|Any reader who wishes to comment directly concerning material
|published in The Scientist--or on our new experiment in
|electronic publishing--can contact me, via Bitnet, at
|garfield at aurora.cis.upenn.edu; or, via CompuServe, at
|70550.130 at compuserve.com.
If you would like to see more along these lines, contact
Eugene Garfield (editor) at those e-mail addresses.
Don Gilbert gilbert at bio.indiana.edu
biocomputing office, biology dept., indiana univ., bloomington, in 47405
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