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What’s new with the predator InTech? Not much…apparently

Tweet I have well over 5,000 page views for my posts about the open access publisher InTech. More than 80% of them come from internet users that do a google search for InTech and find my postings that I have effectively tagged.   That would lend credibility to the idea that InTech is continuing to use direct email [...]

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Thu, January 5 2012 » Uncategorized » 3 Comments

A Poll for OA Readers: Intechweb vs. Chinese Medicine

Tweet The point of having a blog is to write musings that do not get pre-publication peer review, but court public opinion in the form of comments.   This week, I offer you a poll.   First, an explanation. I just read “Chinese Medicine simply does not belong in the company of respectable scientific journals” [...]

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Thu, March 31 2011 » Uncategorized » No Comments

More predatory evidence about InTech- the prey is your wallet, authors

Tweet To refresh your memory, I have identified the open access publisher InTech of being a predator.  Their prey are the rapidly expanding global community of time-pressured early-career academics that need to “publish or perish.” Intech charges them an “open access” article processing charge, accepts their submission, and quickly packages the individual research into digital [...]

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Thu, December 23 2010 » Uncategorized » 7 Comments