The OI and the NEL

Today the OI joins with its publishing partner for books, the University of North Carolina Press, in a limited agreement for our books to appear in the Internet Archive’s National Emergency Library.  We do this as a good faith effort to engage with the… Read More

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“Joshua Piker” Is a Problem:  The Cost of Our Invisible Labors

The “Joshua Piker” that Joshua Piker’s title is referring to here is not the Editor, author, and noted clothes horse, but rather the one who occasionally appears in the acknowledgments of articles and essays. Often these acknowledgments are for Joshua Piker’s work on essays that were submitted to the William and Mary Quarterly but not published there. Some of… Read More

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A short introduction to a very short introduction of IP

Today’s post is a reprint from yesterday’s edition of The Scholarly Kitchen. In it, Karin Wulf reviews the Very Short Introduction to Intellectual Property by Siva Vaidhyanathan (Oxford University Press). by Karin Wulf Intellectual property is the culmination of brain work:  ideas made manifest are legally defined and protected to variously advance the interests of their creators and the… Read More

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Comparing Apples and Oranges, Floors and Ceilings in Digital Scholarship

This post by the WMQ's Josh Piker originally appeared on The Scholarly Kitchen, a blog about "What's Hot and Cooking in Scholarly Publishing."  Read More

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