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Over at bbgm, I have a post about SciVee, a new service from the NSF, PLoS and the San Diego Supercomputer Center. The new service allows scientists to publish video podcasts in support of published work. This is big on many fronts; the organizations involved alone validate everything we’ve believed in here at Bioscreencast, and slowly, video for scientific content and online communication around scientific works, whether published or user generated in our case is going to continue to grow.

Well we always seems to have reasons for our silence..but this ones hard to beat. Deepak has been away at Scifoo , the foo camp organized by Tim Oreilly and Timo Hannay from the Nature publishing group.

You can catch the excitement at this years scifoo conference at deepaks twitter feed , his blog or his kyte TV channel . Also the scifoo community does a very good job of collecting posts related to the conference on the connotea a citation manager at the tag “scifoo“.

Deepak also managed to get his nose into a wonderful session by Moshe and the Jove gang on video in the sciences and even talked to Tim O’Reilly himself about screencasting. Sounds like a tonne of fun.Cant wait to hear more about what went on.

Hari for

refs: For a screencast on using connotea to discover content check out this screencast