Title

Innovation Mashups: Academic Rigor Meets Social Networking Buzz

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

9-2012

Publication Title

Computer

Volume

45

Issue

9

Pages

101-105

Publisher Name

IEEE Computer Society

Abstract

Exploring new options for publishing and content delivery offers an enormous opportunity to improve the state of the art and further modernize academic and professional publications.

Traditional organizations such as the IEEE Computer Society, ACM, and Usenix have been encountering increasing competition from new ways of rapid publishing and dissemination, including social networking sites (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+), blogs with enabled commenting, video posting (YouTube), Slashdot, and many other types of media. "Liking" is replacing traditional impact factors, comments left on authors' webpages or blogs are replacing formal reviews, and site visits have more relevance than the number of article citations.

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