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Public Knowledge Project (PKP) Predatory Business Practices

FOSS projects are not often built by people who value censorship, and there is a strong belief within most FOSS communities that projects should thrive on their merits, and not use legal weapons to silence critics and competitors. Public Knowledge Project (PKP) using predatory business practices in order to maintain total monopoly over OJS services and price gouging.

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How Digital Publishers Benefit from HTML?

Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) and Portable Document Format (PDF) came into existence 15 to 20 years ago as alternatives to paper articles. Both have their place in publishing; however, HTML has increasingly become the standard for online use as it is more in tune with developments in the research process.

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Getting into Google Scholar

Google Scholar, one of the largest A&I services in existence, indexes almost any journal and likely accounts for more than half of all referrals to online journals. Google Scholar is also very important as its large open index of scholarly articles is easily accessible for most readers. It also does an excellent job of finding multiple versions of scholarly articles and theses.

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