Selected Google Plus posts

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I blogged at Google Plus (G+) from July 9, 2011 to November 5, 2018. When Google announced in October 2018 that it would terminate G+ for users like me, and delete all our posts, I began saving them to the Internet Archive (IA) and other locations. IA is also trying on its own to capture all the public G+ posts from all G+ users. I hope to say more later on how these efforts turn out. Meantime, here my major G+ posts. I list them here with the original G+ URLs (which may die after April 2, 2019) and the newer, permanent IA URLs. —Peter Suber.

Reasons not to pay APCs at hybrid journals, November 5, 2018. At G+. At IA.

A short open letter to Google on minimizing the damage of shutting down Google Plus, October 20, 2018. At G+. At IA.

Readings for Open Access Week 2018, October 19, 2018. At G+. At IA.

Elaborating on a tweet, September 10, 2018. At G+. At IA.

Thoughts on Plan S, September 4, 2018. At G+. At IA.

China is restricting the export of science, July 23, 2018. At G+. At IA.

Darrell Issa as co-winner of this year's ALA James Madison Award, March 11, 2018. At G+. At IA.

Another side of academic freedom: Freedom from undue corporate influence, February 26, 2018. At G+. At IA.

Half a dozen reasons why I support the Jussieu Call for Open Science and Bibliodiversity, November 11, 2017. At G+. At IA.

Still true: 70% of peer-reviewed OA journals charge no APCs, October 26, 2017. At G+. At IA.

Correcting the record on the Harvard OA license, July 27, 2017. At G+. At IA.

Some evidence of the demand for research literature by nonprofessionals, July 19, 2017. At G+. At IA.

Evaluating an OA journal you haven't heard of, April 27, 2017. At G+. At IA.

Gates Foundation pressuring journals or vice versa? January 13, 2017. At G+. At IA.

Journalists who fear that open access to public records will encroach on their scoops and exclusivity, October 1, 2016

Counting fee-based and no-fee #openaccess journals, May 24, 2016.

A few thoughts on Sci-Hub, March 13, 2016.

Comments on the VSNU-Elsevier deal, December 12, 2015.

How can the US can help France? November 16, 2015.

Time to consider OA mandates from ethics committees, October 20, 2015.

Plum job for the right person, August 26, 2015.

New OA mandate from the US Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ), February 9, 2015.

Harvard's 11 announcements for Open Access Week 2014, October 24, 2014.

The next frontier: beaming open-access articles by satellite beyond the conventional internet, September 26, 2014.

The last Word, August 16, 2014.

The open-access policy from the Department of Energy, August 4, 2014.

Elsevier's 50-day tease, June 20, 2014.

Don't buy the IEEE edition of my book, May 31, 2014.

Large majority of small sample of society publishers fears open access, May 27, 2014.

Allowing unembargoed green OA is good for business, January 26, 2014.

New open-access mandates in the US, January 17, 2014

What doesn't justify longer embargoes on publicly-funded research, January 11, 2014.

NISO proposal for metadata to describe varieties of open access, January 6, 2014.

Will the Netherlands mandate gold open access? November 17, 2013.

Victory for Google over the Authors Guild: Victory for opt-out mass digitization, search indexing, fair use, and the public interest, November 14, 2013.

Update on my book on open access, October 23, 2013.

2009 reflection on the 2013 Bohannon sting, October 7, 2013.

New "sting" of weak open-access journals, October 3, 2013.

Research project for computer scientists. September 16, 2013.

800+ scholarly societies embrace open access. Update, September 16, 2013.

A major new report calls on the UK to improve its "mistaken" OA policy, September 9, 2013.

Where are the federal agency open-access policies? August 23, 2013.

Once more: There's seldom a trade-off between prestige and open access, June 9, 2013.

[Comments on CHORUS], June 7, 2013.

Wellcome Trust extends its OA mandate from articles to books, May 30, 2013.

We can do better than journal impact factors, May 18, 2013.

Elsevier, NewsCorp, Facebook, and Yahoo join ignorant attack on open access, May 17, 2013.

Open letters from Nobel laureates supporting open access, April 30, 2013.

A misleading survey, April 5, 2013.

Creationists still hoping that OA will boost their cause, April 3, 2013.

Second shoe drops: new White House Directive mandates OA, February 22, 2013.

The legal threats against Jeffrey Beall, February 16, 2013.

Major new bill mandating open access introduced in Congress, February 14, 2013.

How often do authors at fee-based OA journals pay the fees out of pocket? February 1, 2013.

Aaron Swartz, 1986-2013. January 12, 2013.

Jeffrey Beall is the target of a dishonest smear campaign, December 8, 2012.

More on how scam journals are giving OA a bad name, December 4, 2012.

Weakening the OA policy in the EU, November 15, 2012.

Clarification of the new open-access policy at the Research Councils UK (RCUK), August 22, 2012.

More than anyone wants to know about my position on delayed OA for books, even books about OA, June 24, 2012.

Happy birthday, Nomic, June 16, 2012.

OA mandates do not violate US copyright law, June 1, 2012.

My letter to an Elsevier journal, May 9, 2012.

Comments on the RCUK's draft new OA policy, March 16, 2012.