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There were several significant changes on the blog in the past few weeks. You might have missed some of them, so let me run through them quickly:

1) As you have probably noticed, Openscience.com has a new layout and design which we hope will match the way you use our website. We encourage you to follow the news and opinions as well as the guides and manuals. You can also follow us with RSS feed.

2) The owner of the blog – Versita – now operates under the De Gruyter Open brand. Visit the De Gruyter Open website and follow recent publications, which are all free to read and share. The blog will cover some of De Gruyter Open’s publications, the latest news on general Open Access trends and manuals for authors and editors.

3) Since January 1st the blog has had a new author – It is I, the undersigned. I am a sociologist and an optimist interested in the future, who believes that human progress leads to a more sustainable world. Open Access is one of the trends which I am have been observing both professionally and because of personal beliefs. I also follow recent publications in neuroscience and life science out of general interest.

4) The blog has its own Facebook profile that you can find here. Continue to follow the blog on Twitter here and on Google Plus. You may also find it useful to familiarize yourself with De Gruyter Open profiles (Facebook and Twitter).

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