Nature, Science, Cell - are you listening?
Science 2.0 - Is Open Access Science the Future? Scientific American, April 18 2008:
Meanwhile [Timo] Hannay has been taking the Nature group into the Web 2.0 world aggressively. “Our real mission isn’t to publish journals but to facilitate scientific communication,” he says. Among the efforts are Nature Network, a social network for scientists; Connotea, a social bookmarking site for research references patterned on the popular site del.icio.us; and Nature Precedings, a Web site where researchers can comment on unpublished manuscripts, presentations and other documents.
Bullsh*t! When did NPG become a non-profit charity?