Even the Big Players Can Use Web 2.0 | GenomeWeb

At bbgm, Deepak Singh reports on 2collab, a social networking website from Elsevier that went live today. As he points out, yet another player has joined the social bookmarking/ networking scene, but unlike Connotea and the like, 2collab has a larger base of information to draw from coming from mega-publisher Elsevier. The good thing about 2collab is that it is free and open, writes Singh.

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