Bye-Bye Nature Network

Martin Fenner
September 1, 2010 1 min read

This is my last post for this Nature Network blog. Later today, I will start a new blog somewhere else – also called Gobbledygook and covering the same topics.

Writing this blog here on Nature Network since August 2007 has been an incredible experience, something that can't be covered in a single blog post. I simply want to say thank you to all the people I interacted with over the years – both online and in person. And a particular thanks for Matt, Corie, Anna and Lou from Nature Network who made all this possible.

Flickr photo by skazar.

There are several of my posts I particularly like – and some I like a little less. Something I really enjoyed doing – and something that I think works very well in the blog format – is interviews. I did around 20 interviews in the last two years (the last two on the Lindau Laureate Meeting ( blog), and I've listed them all below.

Please stay in touch. And if possible, come around to the Science Online London Conference ( this weekend.

Update: Gobbledygook has moved to PLoS Blogs (

(n.d.-a). In Retrieved February 21, 2021, from
(n.d.-b). In Retrieved February 21, 2021, from e-Print archive. (2016). In
caBIG. (2015). In
F1000 launches fast, open science publishing for biology and medicine : News blog. (2016). In
Fenner, M. (2013). What Can Article-Level Metrics Do for You? PLOS Biology, 11(10), e1001687.
Home : Nature Precedings. (2016). In
In which I suggest a preprint archive for clinical trials Gobbledygook. (2016). In
Twitter. It’s what’s happening. (2016). In

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