Re: ACS meeting comments on e-prints

From: Thomas J. Walker <tjw_at_GNV.IFAS.UFL.EDU>
Date: Tue, 4 Apr 2000 12:35:18 -0400

It is relevant that Chris Leonard, the author of the ChemWeb piece on the
ACS e-pub session, is Project Manager at Elsevier Science in Amsterdam.

Tom Walker

At 10:40 AM 4/4/00 -0400, Steve Heller wrote:
>At the ACS meeting last week theer were some interesting comments on the
>many activities discussed in this forum. A write up on this is available
>The opening paragraph says:
>The message from scientific publishers was clear. Government
>intervention in the field of journals and databases is not only
>unwelcome, but possibly unconstitutional too. This was one of
>many fascinating topics discussed as part of the popular CIN
>session at the ACS Spring Meeting in San Francisco this week.
>Steve Heller
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>As a member of the Organizing Committee, I invite you to attend
>Chemistry & the Internet - ChemInt2000; September 23-26, 2000;
>Washington, DC.
Thomas J. Walker
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