The ODP at ScienceOnline2010

scienceonline2010For those who might be interested, I will be giving a short “demo” of the Open Dinosaur Project at ScienceOnline2010, an annual conference on science and the web (Matt and Mike can’t make it, unfortunately). Because the event is so small, registration filled almost immediately (sorry! There is a wait list, though). You may not be completely out of luck, however–previous conferences have been live-blogged, streamed, twittered, or some combination thereof; look for more information on this as the time approaches. In the spirit of open science, I’ll likely be previewing the talk and soliciting input from all of you (you’re all co-authors of a sort, after all) as the time approaches.

The event is January 15-17, 2010, in Research Triangle Park, North Carolina. Find more information at the conference wiki.

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2 Responses to The ODP at ScienceOnline2010

  1. Henrique Niza says:

    For those whom already participated in this conference in past years can you tell how exactly is it? Thank you.

  2. The front page of the wiki has links to blog/media coverage of the previous conferences and to the series of interviews with past participants.

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