1. An #openscienceprize entry: Integrating server-side annotation into the hypothes.is ecosystem

    Over the last few months, I've been playing with hypothes.is and thinking about how to use it to further my scientific work. This resulted in some brainstorming with Jon Udell and Maryann Martone about, well, lots of things. And now we're putting in an open science prize entry!

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  2. Is mybinder 95% of the way to next-gen computational science publishing, or only 90%?

    If you haven't seen mybinder.org, you should go check it out. It's a site that runs IPython/Jupyter Notebooks from GitHub for free, and I think it's a solution to publishing reproducible computational work.

    For a really basic example, take a look at my demo Software Carpentry lesson. Clicking …

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