We discuss under which circumstances retracting decades-old articles is worth the time. We also chat about why LinkenIn is underrated (yes, really) and special journal issues are overrated.
A more specific list of topics and links:
- We play a game of "overated/underated", in which Dan has a list of stuff that he asks James whether these things are overrated or underated (or appropiated rated)
- Why LinkedIn is underated
- Graphical abstracts are underrated
- Online conferences are underrated
- Authors should have the chance to wildly speculate (as long as it's marked as wild speculation)
- Sourdough bread is so gorgeous that even hipsters can't ruin it
- Special journal themes are overrated
- Should we bother putting the energy into retracting old studies?
- The retracted article that Eysenck co-authored, entitled “Coffee-Drinking and Personality as Factors in the Genesis of Cancer and Coronary Heart Disease”
- THIS is Takeshi's Castle
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Music credits: [Lee Rosevere](freemusicarchive.org/music/Lee_Rosevere/)
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