- Whatever happened to Henry Wheeler of Bath: tailor, naval signalman, and Desert Island Discs castaway?
- ORCID plugin for WordPress
- A reply from the UK government to my request for road gritting open data
- Help Wikipedia and Wikimedia Commons by transcribing small pieces of text
- BBC open licences voice samples from radio programmes; ‘Speakerthon’ event invitation
- Wikimania Free Culture Weekend | Wikimedia UK Blog on Requesting open-licensed, open-format recordings of the voices of Wikipedia subjects for Wikimedia Commons
- Tom on ORCID plugin for WordPress
- Podcast episode 4 – Andy Mabbett | da.vebrig.gs on Open-licensing your images. What it means and how to do it.
- Podcast episode 4 – Andy Mabbett | da.vebrig.gs on ORCID plugin for WordPress
- Andy Mabbett on Do you make comments on others’ blogs? Bookmark and share them!
- Open Access Blog-Open Access and Digital Scholarship at Imperial College London. What is ORCID, and what is Imperial College doing about it?
- #10373 (Update option) – JOSM
- Freedom’s Just Another Word for Something Left to Edit | the billblog
- The benefits of blogging about your research | British Ornithologists' Union
- The 1% of Scientific Outputs — A Story of Strawmen, Sensationalism, and Scopus | The Scholarly Kitchen
Tag Archives: twitter
Andy Mabbett has uncovered some suspect behaviour on Twitter. Continue reading →
Andy Mabbett wants a tool to merge Twitter accounts – more specifically, to combine their lists of followers. Continue reading →
Andy Mabbett proposes a tool to make it easy to subscribe to web-based lists of Twitter accounts. Continue reading →
Andy Mabbett is a recipient, with others, of the “Big Society Award”, for his work running Social Media Surgeries. Continue reading →
Twenty of Andy Mabbett’s thoughts after UKGovCamp 2012. Continue reading →
The BBC’s response to a complaint by Andy Mabbett shows a fundamental misunderstanding of copyright law. Continue reading →
Andy Mabbett explains why Freedom of Information made via Twitter should be honoured. Continue reading →
Andy Mabbett has some tips for first-time LocalGovCamp (or other unconference) attendees. Continue reading →
Andy Mabbett writes an open letter to Iain M Banks, explaining why he’d benefit from being on Twitter. Continue reading →