Open science: why is it so hard?

Daniel Lemire, Weblog, Jan 13, 2012
Commentary by Stephen Downes

Daniel Lemire gets at whiy it's so hard to open science: "And we finally get a hint at why it is so hard it is to open up science: the business of science has become intertwined with businesses like the publishing business. ACM has to speak both as an association of computing professionals, and as a publishing house. What should be a critical support service, the publication of results, ends up driving much of our culture. The journals become the science."
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