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The stick, the carrots and the bear trap

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We can’t live with anything less than Open

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Why FIRST is a Trojan Horse

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Best Practice in Enabling Content Mining

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Building Button 2.0: The Open Access Button

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Who Doesn’t Like Penguins? Introducing the PLOS ONE Marine Megafauna Collection

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This Week in PLOS Medicine: Poor Health in Rich Countries, Perinatal Mental Health, HIV treatment for Children, and Public Health Models

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I Do Not Want an Initiative, I Want Open Access

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Evolution and engineering of the megajournal – Interview with Pete Binfield

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Open Access Button Launch: If Someone Hits a Paywall in the Forest, Does it Make a Sound?

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