I’ve been a big fan of Public Library of Science from its inception. I’m pleased to see PLoS ONE score a coup with the publication of Structural Extremes in a Cretaceous Dinosaur, especially since one of the authors is here at U of M. (GoBlue!)
It’s also fun for me to read Bora’s post A Blog Around The Clock : Extreme Dinosaur: Nigersaurus, the Mesozoic Cow! about the article and how it came to be published in PLoS. His joy and excitement is for PLoS ONE but also for the open access community and its proponents, for the PLoS ONE online community, and for the open and dynamic change of scientific information. “Go and read the paper. Rate it. Annotate and comment.” In other words, you’re all invited to be part of the conversation.