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Skyscape tries to reboot their medical reference apps with Omnio for the iPad

Skyscape tries to reboot their medical reference apps with Omnio for the iPad | The daily digest | Scoop.it
Skyscape has recently developed Omnio, a new app for the iPad, that has the same clinical references, but offers more customization for user preferences.
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Court rules against digital reseller

Court rules against digital reseller | The daily digest | Scoop.it
A site which allowed users to sell on their unwanted digital music was in breach of copyright, a US judge rules.
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Google Keep productivity app arrives to compete with Evernote

Google Keep productivity app arrives to compete with Evernote | The daily digest | Scoop.it
Google Keep arrives after the fall of Google Reader. Featured as a new productivity app, with the ability to create notes and audio recordings.
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Open access: The true cost of science publishing

Open access: The true cost of science publishing | The daily digest | Scoop.it
Cheap open-access journals raise questions about the value publishers add for their money.
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Royal Society of Chemistry’s Chemistry World hits 200,000 Twitter followers

Royal Society of Chemistry’s Chemistry World hits 200,000 Twitter followers | The daily digest | Scoop.it
Rock star Bryan Adams and 90s rap sensation Vanilla Ice are just two of more than 200,000 people now following the chemistry news magazine, Chemistry World,
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UpToDate mobile access shows Apple dominating Android in Physician use

UpToDate mobile access shows Apple dominating Android in Physician use | The daily digest | Scoop.it
Data provided by UpToDate, one of the most popular tools used by Physicians, shows Apple dominating the market when compared to Android.
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Elsevier Launches PracticeUpdate, a Free Information Portal for Physicians

Elsevier Launches PracticeUpdate, a Free Information Portal for Physicians | The daily digest | Scoop.it

PracticeUpdate cuts through volumes of information for its users, who register and create profiles, which enable PracticeUpdate’s editorial board to hand-select the peer-reviewed journal content that will help physicians of any specialty generate better outcomes for their patients. PracticeUpdate helps clinicians, who do not have time to run through hundreds of articles published every day, stay current with their industry and their specialties. PracticeUpdate will launch with oncology, cardiology, dermatology, eye care (ophthalmology and optometry), primary care, and urology, with more to be added later this year.

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Wiley, American Graphics Institute Launch the Digital Classroom

John Wiley is teaming with the American Graphics Institute to launch the Digital Classroom, an online educational resource offering a comprehensive library of video training and e-book reference works.
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ACCP Radiology Cases app provides good review material for chest physicians

ACCP Radiology Cases app provides good review material for chest physicians | The daily digest | Scoop.it
ACCP Radiology Cases provides a good review of pulmonary cases for clinicians with accompanying references.
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Wolters Kluwer Health and Amirsys Join Forces to Provide Easy Access to Comprehensive Radiology, Pathology, and Anatomy Images and Content

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Medical journals that accept stories and essays from physicians

Medical journals that accept stories and essays from physicians | The daily digest | Scoop.it
A partial list, in alphabetical order, of medical journals that publish stories and essays from physicians.
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Oxford University Press launches new journal, Gastroenterology Report

Oxford University Press launches new journal, Gastroenterology Report | The daily digest | Scoop.it
Oxford University Press (OUP) is delighted to announce the launch of a new journal, Gastroenterology Report.

Gastroenterology research has developed quickly
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Amazon Buys Goodreads

Amazon Buys Goodreads | The daily digest | Scoop.it
Amazon has acquired Goodreads.com, a Web site featuring user-generated reviews of books. The purchase comes amid mounting rumors that Goodreads, which CEO Otis Chandler launched in 2007, might start selling books.
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Apress Introduces the First Interactive Book on HTML5

Apress Introduces the First Interactive Book on HTML5 | The daily digest | Scoop.it
Utilizing their bestselling book, “Pro HTML5 Programming,” Apress furthers their cutting-edge content offering by experimenting with an interactive format.
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Conference Report: Beyond PDF 2

Conference Report: Beyond PDF 2 | The daily digest | Scoop.it
Academic results have been bundled into journals to facilitate their sharing since 1665, noted attendees at the recent Beyond PDF 2, conference, in Amsterdam. But the Web has brought with it an opportunity to blow up and remake academic publishing.
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JLA Editorial Board Resigns Due To Taylor Francis Copyright Issue

According to The Chronicle of Higher Education, Wired Campus,  the editor and entire editorial board of the Journal of Library Administration resigned in response to a conflict with the Taylor & Francis author agreement that the board believed was “too restrictive and out fo step with the expectation of authors.”

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Yahoo Buys Teen's News Gathering Start-Up

Yahoo Buys Teen's News Gathering Start-Up | The daily digest | Scoop.it
Yahoo has acquired the mobile news gathering start-up Summly, the company announced Monday.
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BMJ Group collaborates with American Diabetes Association to launch new title

BMJ Group collaborates with American Diabetes Association to launch new title | The daily digest | Scoop.it
A trusted global medical publisher providing a range of evidence-based medicine products that improve the decisions doctors and patients make every day
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Amazon Debuts ‘Send To Kindle Button’

Amazon Debuts ‘Send To Kindle Button’ | The daily digest | Scoop.it
Amazon’s new Send To Kindle Button is a new web application that allows users with Kindle accounts to send content they encounter on a website or blog to their Kindle supported e-readers to read at a later time.
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Hundreds of Articles Disappear as Publisher Changes Model from Open Access to Toll Access

Hundreds of Articles Disappear as Publisher Changes Model from Open Access to Toll Access | The daily digest | Scoop.it
Gone but not forgotten.
The publisher EUROJOURNALS has apparently decided to change its publishing model from open access to toll access.
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Supreme Court Upholds First Sale In Landmark Kirtsaeng Ruling

In a landmark ruling, the Supreme Court, by a 6-3 margin, today held that the doctrine of first sale, which allows for legally acquired copyrighted works to be resold by their owners, does apply to works made overseas.
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Conflicts 'rife' in new GP groups

Conflicts 'rife' in new GP groups | The daily digest | Scoop.it
More than a third of GPs on the boards of new NHS commissioning groups will have a potential conflict of interest, an investigation suggests.
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