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It is a problem nearly as old as the written word: Given a text that is found useful or enjoyable, how does one find others like it? In the days of Gutenberg, the limited number of authors and slow process of producing texts mitigated the problem, but in the modern age the problem simply grows exponentially.

Blogs are websites consisting of a series of written posts by one or more authors. Their general tone can range from personal diaries to online columns to running journal clubs and, in most, readers are encouraged to comment on the entries.

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Hundreds of scientists have signed a letter criticizing the open-access Plan S, ScienceInsider reports.

NPR speaks with Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson (D-Texas) about the US House of Representatives science committee.

A start-up company aiming to match cancer patients to treatments closes after about six weeks, Stat News reports.

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