Who manages PNAS' site?

By Razib Khan | June 28, 2006 2:26 am

The paper that was supposed to be out nearly a week ago is finally on the PNAS site. This isn’t the first time this has cropped up. Additionally, I can’t believe that someone is writing all the press releases which give early dates for release on the website, rather, I’m assuming that the IT guys at PNAS are lazy. Anyway, I don’t want to be a bitch, but this is a pattern so I figure I should note it publically (hey, when you waste 15-20 minutes combing the website for a paper multiple times, resentment builds up).

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    Wow! it’s almost like they owe you.

  • http://www.geneticsandhealth.com Hsien Lei

    I think the PNAS site is really hard to navigate. A friend of mine accidentally linked to a 2000 paper on TB genes thinking it was the latest!


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