The Personalized Journal

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Earlier this week I wrote a guest post for the Impact of Social Sciences blog. In the post I talk about a recent paper correlating tweets and citations (also discussed on this blog). But the main argument I try to make is that tweets are a powerful filter for personalized scholarly content:

A few years from now the “personalized journal” will have replaced the traditional journal as the primary means to discover new scholarly papers with impact to our work.

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