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It’s time to say ‘Sorry, Australia’

It’s been a while since I posted here.  Not because I had nothing to say, but because so often I have been left speechless with disgust and disbelief at what has been said and done – or not –  by … Continue reading

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Editors sacrificed on the bottom line

I have just been reading that blog of blogs, The American Editor, like a digger panning for gold.  Sure enough, before very long I caught the gleam of a kindred soul. This is what I read:  “…it worries me what … Continue reading

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#PubPro2014, come to think of it

Flying by the seat of your pants isn’t the usual way of running a conference. Well, to conference organisers it often feels that way, but it’s not supposed to be the standard mode of transport.   But it might just work … Continue reading

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