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Hi, I am Pablo Fernicola, and in this blog I will cover different aspects of my work related to scientific and scholarly communication, publishing, and knowledge dissemination

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  • Blog Post: Peer Review in the Age of Software as a Service

    The Microsoft eJournal Service is a good example of a growing trend towards delivering functionality through the Software as a Service approach. This web based service enables scientists and researchers to more easily engage in the collaborative process that is the foundation of Scholarly Publishing...
  • Blog Post: Release Candidate for Article Authoring Add-in Now Available for Download

    We are happy to announce that this morning we posted the Release Candidate build of the Article Authoring Add-in. Over the past couple of months, the community has provided very useful feedback based on the Beta 1 release. We feel that we have refined the overall experience and addressed the key elements...
  • Blog Post: Feedback on your usage model

    Participation in the Beta program so far has been fantastic and we have been able to incorporate most of the feedback and requests that you have sent in so far. It is evident that this community is very hands-on and enthusiastic about the authoring and archiving process. We have been able to engage...
  • Blog Post: The Power of Structured Content

    As we get comments and questions from you about the add-in, or have opportunities to discuss the experience and underlying technology face-to-face (as at the HighWire Publisher's Meeting last week), it is interesting how frequently the topic of structured content comes up. Looking Back and Looking...
  • Blog Post: Publishing Workflow – Math content as paths vs glyphs in generated PDF files

    Recently I was involved in diagnosing an issue where, when a PDF file was generated from Word 2007, the Math content from the Word document was being converted to paths, instead of being represented by glyphs from the Cambria Math font. Note that you can download a free add-in to generate PDF files...
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