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Dorothea Salo has a new article out in the Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication. You should read it, especially ..

Dorothea Salo has published "How to Scuttle a Scholarly Communication Initiative" in the latest issue of the Journal of ..

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... and "How to Scuttle a Scholarly Communication Initiative" is published. Let the brickbattery commence! http://t.co/fdLk8Klfmk

... and "How to Scuttle a Scholarly Communication Initiative" is published. Let the brickbattery commence! http://t.co/fdLk8Klfmk

... and "How to Scuttle a Scholarly Communication Initiative" is published. Let the brickbattery commence! http://t.co/fdLk8Klfmk

"How to Scuttle a Scholarly-Communication Initiative" by Dorothea Salo http://t.co/1yb9Ql6T31

From @libskrat: "How to Scuttle a Scholarly Communication Initiative" http://t.co/sJ2DVDiC1K

RT @LibSkrat: and "How to Scuttle a Scholarly Communication Initiative" is published. Let the brickbattery commence! http://t.co/iGLTwxE72N

... and "How to Scuttle a Scholarly Communication Initiative" is published. Let the brickbattery commence! http://t.co/fdLk8Klfmk

"Figure 1.... an untidy pile on an unused desk concealed behind boxes of other unwanted detritus" http://t.co/MC2HuRwKQW

... and "How to Scuttle a Scholarly Communication Initiative" is published. Let the brickbattery commence! http://t.co/fdLk8Klfmk

... and "How to Scuttle a Scholarly Communication Initiative" is published. Let the brickbattery commence! http://t.co/fdLk8Klfmk

Good read. // MT @LibSkrat “How to Scuttle a Scholarly Communication Initiative” is pub’d. Let brickbattery commence! http://t.co/isPGDvVf3G

[tag] "How to Scuttle a Scholarly-Communication Initiative" in JLSC by Dorothea Salo http://t.co/bVCHNnHFHF

@LibSkrat This is one of the best pieces of scholarly writing I have read in a long time: http://t.co/2cEOqTIkcV

"How to Scuttle a Scholarly Communication Initiative" by Dorothea Salo http://t.co/8oQaEvcTun

Want to know how to scuttle YOUR scholarly communications initiative? @LibSkrat has your back. http://t.co/2dXEzKoDLU *cackles wildly*

Want to know how to scuttle YOUR scholarly communications initiative? @LibSkrat has your back. http://t.co/2dXEzKoDLU *cackles wildly*

Good read. // MT @LibSkrat “How to Scuttle a Scholarly Communication Initiative” is pub’d. Let brickbattery commence! http://t.co/isPGDvVf3G

... and "How to Scuttle a Scholarly Communication Initiative" is published. Let the brickbattery commence! http://t.co/fdLk8Klfmk

... and "How to Scuttle a Scholarly Communication Initiative" is published. Let the brickbattery commence! http://t.co/fdLk8Klfmk

RT @oajoe: "How to Scuttle a Scholarly-Communication Initiative" in JLSC by Dorothea Salo http://t.co/2XSiOKvDHf #scholcomm

RT @oajoe: "How to Scuttle a Scholarly-Communication Initiative" in JLSC by Dorothea Salo http://t.co/oxLhp8dfnN #scholcomm

.@LibSkrat *presents to the LibSkrat a platter of its favorite cheese* http://t.co/JDQrfdfYgJ. A great piece of writing.

... and "How to Scuttle a Scholarly Communication Initiative" is published. Let the brickbattery commence! http://t.co/fdLk8Klfmk

Well @librarywriterher you might have a chance b/c we've done everything wrong it seems according to @libskrat ;) http://t.co/NvaFebSAmA

RT @kfitz: Good read. // MT @LibSkrat “How to Scuttle a Scholarly Communication Initiative” is pub’d. http://t.co/MYTEIv2EPN

... and "How to Scuttle a Scholarly Communication Initiative" is published. Let the brickbattery commence! http://t.co/fdLk8Klfmk

@LibSkrat has a modest proposal for running scholarly communications initiatives (into the ground) http://t.co/ednI4Z3gYR

@LibSkrat has a modest proposal for running scholarly communications initiatives (into the ground) http://t.co/ednI4Z3gYR

@LibSkrat has a modest proposal for running scholarly communications initiatives (into the ground) http://t.co/ednI4Z3gYR

This just in: Harvard is hiring a repository manager. Wonder if they planned properly? http://t.co/ednI4Z3gYR

@LibSkrat has a modest proposal for running scholarly communications initiatives (into the ground) http://t.co/ednI4Z3gYR

@LibSkrat has a modest proposal for running scholarly communications initiatives (into the ground) http://t.co/ednI4Z3gYR

... and "How to Scuttle a Scholarly Communication Initiative" is published. Let the brickbattery commence! http://t.co/fdLk8Klfmk

@LibSkrat has a modest proposal for running scholarly communications initiatives (into the ground) http://t.co/ednI4Z3gYR

Reading: Dorothea Salo on How to Scuttle a Scholarly Communication Initiative http://t.co/cqsySavGDm

#Librarians #libChat "How to Scuttle a Scholarly Communication Initiative" by Dorothea Salo http://t.co/YyJGAtrg2d

... and "How to Scuttle a Scholarly Communication Initiative" is published. Let the brickbattery commence! http://t.co/fdLk8Klfmk

Settling in to read "Roach Motel: The Sequel". Wish I had some popcorn! :) http://t.co/TYQi5wF9OS @LibSkrat

... and "How to Scuttle a Scholarly Communication Initiative" is published. Let the brickbattery commence! http://t.co/fdLk8Klfmk

Trithemius, microagressions and APIs: @LibSkrat's "How to Scuttle a Scholarly Communication Initiative" http://t.co/Bb43YyBg7b

Want to know how to scuttle YOUR scholarly communications initiative? @LibSkrat has your back. http://t.co/2dXEzKoDLU *cackles wildly*

A little dose of library humor and pain from @LibSkrat today: http://t.co/Xr3S4WVKH5

"How to Scuttle a Scholarly Communication Initiative": http://t.co/fNoZnZ71s9 - I don't know whether to laugh or cry. Too bad I can't drink.

"How to Scuttle a Scholarly Communication Initiative" by Dorothea Salo http://t.co/2qJQKBpMZn

Beautiful. RT @LibSkrat: ... and "How to Scuttle a Scholarly Communication Initiative" is published. http://t.co/TYQi5wF9OS

... and "How to Scuttle a Scholarly Communication Initiative" is published. Let the brickbattery commence! http://t.co/fdLk8Klfmk

Required reading for those in the academic libraryland sphere: "How to Scuttle a Scholarly Communication Initiative" http://t.co/f9oLxECQBw

Required reading for those in the academic libraryland sphere: "How to Scuttle a Scholarly Communication Initiative" http://t.co/f9oLxECQBw

MT @LibSkrat: ... and "How to Scuttle a Scholarly Communication Initiative" is published. http://t.co/9iCRirTvSn

@LibSkrat has a modest proposal for running scholarly communications initiatives (into the ground) http://t.co/ednI4Z3gYR

Want to know how to scuttle YOUR scholarly communications initiative? @LibSkrat has your back. http://t.co/2dXEzKoDLU *cackles wildly*

... and "How to Scuttle a Scholarly Communication Initiative" is published. Let the brickbattery commence! http://t.co/fdLk8Klfmk

Biblical in its proportions: "How to Scuttle a Scholarly Communication Initiative" by Dorothea Salo http://t.co/NgOQS21orM

Brilliant. "How to Scuttle a Scholarly Communication Initiative" by Dorothea Salo http://t.co/pECA7EZ9ok

Hilarious! RT @JamesHTweets: How to Scuttle Scholarly Communication Initiatives in your library http://t.co/VFpWlDV7VB

Hilarious! RT @JamesHTweets: How to Scuttle Scholarly Communication Initiatives in your library http://t.co/VFpWlDV7VB

"Comment saborder un projet de communication scientifique" par Dorothea Salo http://t.co/J2dbfHRncX #mustread #openaccess

"Comment saborder un projet de communication scientifique" par Dorothea Salo http://t.co/J2dbfHRncX #mustread #openaccess

"How to Scuttle a Scholarly Communication Initiative" by Dorothea Salo http://t.co/LjawpexwoA Important reading for all in #academia

"How to Scuttle a Scholarly Communication Initiative" by Dorothea Salo http://t.co/LjawpexwoA Important reading for all in #academia

How to Scuttle a Scholarly Communication Initiative: Use the link to access the full text article published in... http://t.co/aah2vaaLNe

The ever-brilliant @LibSkrat has a modest proposal or two: "How to Scuttle a Scholarly Communication Initiative." http://t.co/FxqxNikUVp

The ever-brilliant @LibSkrat has a modest proposal or two: "How to Scuttle a Scholarly Communication Initiative." http://t.co/FxqxNikUVp

The ever-brilliant @LibSkrat has a modest proposal or two: "How to Scuttle a Scholarly Communication Initiative." http://t.co/FxqxNikUVp

Salo, D. (2013). How to Scuttle a Scholarly Communication Initiative http://t.co/Po43lZllav

The ever-brilliant @LibSkrat has a modest proposal or two: "How to Scuttle a Scholarly Communication Initiative." http://t.co/FxqxNikUVp

LIS_ How to Scuttle a Scholarly Communication Initiative http://t.co/ESclkytTm1 _RSS

Oh look, the use of racial microaggression in a library article. Who knew? http://t.co/UnRr6Gbj2j

But for real, tho this article on scholarly communications tells what not to do http://t.co/UnRr6Gbj2j

Brilliant! @LibSkrat nails it again // How to Scuttle a Scholarly Communication Initiative http://t.co/QcXkQuc1Ge

Brilliant! @LibSkrat nails it again // How to Scuttle a Scholarly Communication Initiative http://t.co/QcXkQuc1Ge

Brilliant! @LibSkrat nails it again // How to Scuttle a Scholarly Communication Initiative http://t.co/QcXkQuc1Ge

Brilliant! @LibSkrat nails it again // How to Scuttle a Scholarly Communication Initiative http://t.co/QcXkQuc1Ge

Brilliant! @LibSkrat nails it again // How to Scuttle a Scholarly Communication Initiative http://t.co/QcXkQuc1Ge

when @LibSkrat isn’t making me cry, she’s making me laugh, which might be worse http://t.co/7WqyQpnVqO HT @kboughida

when @LibSkrat isn’t making me cry, she’s making me laugh, which might be worse http://t.co/7WqyQpnVqO HT @kboughida

when @LibSkrat isn’t making me cry, she’s making me laugh, which might be worse http://t.co/7WqyQpnVqO HT @kboughida

Remember Eco writing a painfully smart ex-negativo piece about The Library mid 80's? Here is an update by @LibSkrat http://t.co/EZuBKaIIfP

Someone take inspiration from this awesome @LibSkrat piece and write a guide to using volunteers/interns in LAMs http://t.co/hYuZAK34rj

Someone take inspiration from this awesome @LibSkrat piece and write a guide to using volunteers/interns in LAMs http://t.co/hYuZAK34rj

Someone take inspiration from this awesome @LibSkrat piece and write a guide to using volunteers/interns in LAMs http://t.co/hYuZAK34rj

Just finished reading "How to Scuttle a Scholarly Communication Initiative" by Dorothea Salo http://t.co/nLpPxJOwjZ WOW

"How to Scuttle a Scholarly Communication Initiative" by Dorothea Salo http://t.co/qK26wgb7Gq

Much insight & wit, hostile attitude to UPs notwithstanding. "How to Scuttle a Scholarly Communication Initiative" http://t.co/hx5tDytF0s

Much insight & wit, hostile attitude to UPs notwithstanding. "How to Scuttle a Scholarly Communication Initiative" http://t.co/hx5tDytF0s

@LibSkrat skewers failures endemic to university systems in general, not just libraries, no. I recognize several! http://t.co/hx5tDytF0s

Just finished reading "How to a Scuttle Scholarly Communication Initiative" by @LibSkrat A must read! http://t.co/jnF9M9yUjZ

(LibLinkoftheDay) How to Scuttle a Scholarly Communication Initiative [Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly ... http://t.co/ACzRsdtayh

"How to Scuttle a Scholarly Communication Initiative" by Dorothea Salo http://t.co/Vk3tJIquFA

Let the misquoting begin: Librarianship's answer to "A Modest Proposal": http://t.co/GNJydI3Lgv

How to Scuttle a Scholarly Communication Initiative Freeing the refereed research literature online http://t.co/Ri8cQiPL1z

"How to Scuttle a Scholarly Communication Initiative" by Dorothea Salo http://t.co/jB9Oa1pbVP #article #academia

Laughing and crying at the same time #OA "How to Scuttle a Scholarly Communication Initiative" by Dorothea Salo http://t.co/newvXLurnY

Ironic advice for librarians, on how to scuttle any academic commutation initiative. But it's all too realistic! http://t.co/HhxI8BMTXp

Ironic advice for librarians, on how to scuttle any academic communication initiative. But it's all too realistic! http://t.co/HhxI8BMTXp

At least now when weakest links ask about IRs, I can point them to http://t.co/fdLk8Klfmk *mic drop*

How to make sure that your Open Access initiative will not succeed - plenty of solid advice from @LibSkrat: http://t.co/Nno8RDWtzL

"How to Scuttle a Scholarly Communication Initiative" by Dorothea Salo http://t.co/I42hlaj8BF

So far Altmetric has seen 5 public wall posts from 5 accounts.
"How to Scuttle a Scholarly Communication Initiative" by Dorothea Salo

Fantastic tongue-in-cheek paper on how to scuttle ANY new library initiative. I particularly appreciate references to the fundam ..

"How to Scuttle a Scholarly Communication Initiative" by Dorothea Salo

Do you agree with the author? "Many libraries successfully scuttle new scholarly communication initiatives before they even begi ..

"How to Scuttle a Scholarly Communication Initiative" by Dorothea Salo

I love it when completely satirical articles get published in serious scholarly journals. I bet there will be people reading thi ..

"How to Scuttle a Scholarly-Communication Initiative" by Dorothea Salo

Salo, D. (2013). How to Scuttle a Scholarly-Communication Initiative. Journal of Librarianship and Scholarly Communication 1(4): ..

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http://jlsc-pub.org/jlsc/vol1/iss4/3/ Tongue in cheek but unfortunately so true in places #andsdata ... http://jlsc-pub.org/jlsc ..

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