Tag: MITPress

DOI Enabling Joi Ito’s weblog, Phase II

After figuring out our blog post DOI identifier pattern, deploying it on Joi’s site and generating the registration XML in Phase I, I needed some time to get familiar with CrossRef’s DOI metadata submission process and mechanisms (Step 3 in CrossRef’s “Content Registration Guide”). The academic publishing space does software development, UX and DX in […]

DOI Enabling Joi Ito’s weblog, Phase I

As Joi wrote, we “DOI Enabled” his blog, meaning we made it possible for some—not all—of his posts to be registered with DOIs via Crossref. In the above-linked post, Joi goes through some of his needs and desires, as well as some of the issues around doing this. There’s more to say about all that, […]

Pre-formatted Citations for Joi Ito’s weblog posts

The path to bringing Joi’s blog posts closer to the academic record began with a straightforward template addition allowing easy citation of the posts. I researched and compiled a number of the most used academic citation formats for citing blogs or online journal entries, designed a data structure to provide the necessary information and put […]