readcube and deepdyve update

June 6, 2013 at 7:48 am | | literature, science community, software

I just wanted to reiterate how great the ReadCube recommendations are. I imported all my PDFs and now check the recommendations every day. I often find great papers (and then later find them popping up in my RSS feeds).

Also, I wanted to let folks know that DeepDyve, the article rental site, is now allowing free 5-min rental of journal articles. Try it out!

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  1. Just to add, the Pubmed reader is only working for PMC archive (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/about/pubreader/).
    The interface of readcube is beautiful, however it would nice to know how readcube is handling 500+ pdf documents. Readcube is programmed in adobe aero.

    Comment by Frank — August 20, 2013 #

  2. I am just looking around for a better PDF organizer. Good to read your recommendation. I will give ReadCube a tryout.

    Comment by Bianxiao — September 30, 2013 #

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