N - WHO renames bird flu viruses

N - Editorial boards lack women

N - Spanish portal opens access

N - Publishers confirm authors' rights

N - Web ability declines with age

N - Students plagiarise plagiarism code

N - Blog till you drop

N - Email damages productivity

N - Le bloc replaces the blog

N - Peer reviews stay private

N - Save the semicolon?

N - Vigilante copy edits America

N - Enough conflicts of interest?

B - Developments of Informetrics (2000-2006)

B - Guest Authorship and Ghostwriting

B - Impugning the Integrity of Medical Science

B - Editors and Copy Editors in Fiction: Taking a Carpet-Sweeper to the Jungle

B - Different Kind of Profession

B - Research Library Publishing Services: New Options for University Publishing

B - No to Negative Data

Fighting plagaiarism and IPR violation

B - Peer review gets the thumbs up

B - Save your notes, drafts and printouts: today’s work is tomorrow’s history

B – The Nautilus: where – and how – OA will actually work