We are happy to announce that AppJet Inc. has been acquired by Google. The EtherPad team will continue its work on realtime collaboration by joining the Google Wave team.
The EtherPad site will stay online through March 2010 with some restrictions.
No new free public pads may be created. Your pads will [...]
I’ve been hankering after a netbook for a while. Not just new shiny gadget lust (though that is certainly part of it, I’m only human after all), but a small machine with good battery life would be ideal for on the road, and for all the chugging round campus (and beyond) to meetings I do [...]
I’ve been experimenting with various forms of note taking recently. I keep my daily diary on my wiki, but struggle to capture my every note there, because of the editing overhead, and requirement to be online (which I often am not during meetings, for example). So I have tried
You know an article is going to be good when it starts with a sentence like ‘Due to the overwhelming increase in [sequence data/transcriptomics data/etc]…’. So an opening gambit of ‘With the overwhelming amount and exponential increase of biomedical literature[...]‘ filled me with the promise of things to come.
The aim of this [...]
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