LOGOS, the "journal of the world book community" has just published an article by me. It's called Harnessing the Web — Nature's way: New tools and resources to help researchers communicate and innovate.
The LOGOS blurb states: "How does one of the world's oldest and most successful scientific journals harness the Web? Maxine Clarke, publishing executive editor of Nature, spells it all out for LOGOS readers. This is an excellent example of a brilliant specialist reaching out to the general reader, a recurrent theme in LOGOS's eighteen-year history."
LOGOS is a subscription-only publication, so only the first page of the article is available at the link above. If you are interested in seeing the whole thing, drop me a line in the comments.
For more about LOGOS and what it's all about, the journal's home page is here.