Steve's Experience @ Science Commons Symposium 2010


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1. Presentations

1.1. Agenda


1.2. Cameron Neylon

1.2.1. slides

1.2.2. video

1.2.3. twitter / FF conversations #scspn bill hooker: very useful graphs of networks #scspn cameron neylon shows panton principles (Panton is a pub)

1.2.4. Inspirations Cameron: "It's a privilege, not a right to be a scientist." How much so far has the public invested in me?

1.3. Jean Claude Bradley

1.3.1. slides

1.3.2. video

1.3.3. twitter / FF conversations #scspn wondering whether Jean-Claude's students have slates or tablets to use in the lab? #scspn thanks, Jean-Claude for showing Anthony's notebook! #scspn I am so impressed with the open notebook science that Jean-Claude and his collaborators, students are doing. So thorough, completely working system. #scspn still unclear to me how much effort would take to replicate Jean-Claude's entire ONS system. Mind boggling to imagine how much effort to create it. Props to Jean-Claude, Andy, Antony, the students, and others!

1.3.4. Inspirations want to redouble efforts to improve our open notebook science

1.4. Antony Williams

1.4.1. slides

1.4.2. video

1.4.3. twitter / FF conversations #scspn chemspider amazing ... agree what an amazing hobby #scspn signing up for chemspider ... not a chemist, but i need my chemspider vanity plate

1.4.4. Inspirations Signed up for ChemSpider and made an edit!

1.5. Peter Murray-Rust

1.5.1. slides

1.5.2. video

1.5.3. twitter / FF conversations #scspn emMA embargo manager #scspn still a bit hazy on the "open data" button. prob need to add it to our software so all of our public data gets the button

1.6. Heather Joseph

1.6.1. slides

1.6.2. video

1.6.3. Twitter / FF #scspn Heather Joseph shows alliance for [email protected] to data they paid for

1.7. Stephen Friend

1.7.1. slides

1.7.2. video

1.7.3. Twitter / FF conversations Liked "RT @scilib: #scspn Sage Bionetworks"

1.8. Peter Binfield

1.8.1. slides

1.8.2. video

1.8.3. Inspirations Obviously PLoS ONE is providing a service that was sorely needed and doing many things right that haven't been done right before Based on extremely rapid growth PLoS ONE can keep growing Pete speculated that pool of Academic Editors (currently about 1000) will be first factor to limit growth Can personally help PLoS ONE grow by Strikes me that PLoS is very well serving my publishing needs as a scientist. What about other needs that scientific societies serve?

1.9. John Wilbanks

1.9.1. slides

1.9.2. video

1.9.3. Twitter / FF Mr. Gene #scspn Wilbanks: converge on common names: semantic web can provide this simple piece at the center of the hourglass #scspn Wilbanks: in science you make data, tools, narratives

1.9.4. Inspirations Overall, found the talk immensely inspiring, made me full of optimism and how much good can be done Making data CC0 seems easy

2. Interactions with people

2.1. New people met (New as in-person for first time)

2.1.1. Conversations Lisa Green Heather Piwowar About to start awesome postdoc Peter used her PLoS ONE paper as example in his talk Anali Perry Brian Westra Led to friendfeed thread that other peeps were interested in. Dean Walton, colleague of Brian's

2.1.2. Briefly met John Wilbanks Peter Murray-Rust Lee Dirks

2.2. People I've actually seen in real-life before

2.2.1. Bill Hooker

2.2.2. Hope Leman

2.2.3. Pete Binfield Pete and Antony discussed ChemSpider / PLoS ONE To me, sounded like they have not much difficulty getting ChemSpider / PLoS ONE working together. Given what I've seen, I would be surprised if Antony could somehow get it working on his red-eye flight home, even without internet access.

2.2.4. Antony Williams Discussed our athletic challenge a bit more

2.2.5. Jean-Claude Bradley

2.2.6. Cameron Neylon

3. Cell Phone Photos

3.1. Peter Binfield and Antony Williams

3.2. Microsoft Open Access Fridge

3.3. Jean-Claude Bradley Open Notebook Science talk

3.4. Lee Dirks, Cameron Neylon presentations

3.5. Conf. about to start, Heather Piwowar, Bill Hooker, Cameron Neylon

3.6. Outside venue, showing beautiful sunny day

3.6.1. For Graham's mashup

3.7. Sunny day on Friday

3.7.1. For Graham's mashup

4. Action items

4.1. Figure out how to get athletic challenge / asthma research thing going for good

4.1.1. Cycling for Antony, running for me

4.1.2. Possibly contact asthma research foundation to see if they can help with money still not convinced this is necessary

4.1.3. Figure out how to present info wiki? friendfeed? facebook? google docs? nike+?

4.2. Improve our lab's ONS

4.2.1. Don't worry about fixing whole process from start to finish, just take some steps to make things clearly better Andy's scripts for archiving Google docs Each student improve a bit, in ways depending on what their research style is CC0 for data Make our software automatically add these licenses somehow

4.3. Read Heather's PLoS ONE paper and rate it

4.4. Write a blog post about this fantastic conference

4.4.1. Running out of steam, though, so I'm tempted to just embed this mindmap

4.5. Things I probably won't do

4.5.1. Is that really an action item? hmmm

4.5.2. Inspired by Cameron, calculate the public investment in me so far

4.6. Look into Mr. Gene