ISI at it again…

September 14, 2007 at 8:38 am | | great finds, literature, wild web

OK, someone over at ISI’s Web of Science has something on their mind. Last time, it was about ass probing. This time, it’s a little more direct:


I think they mean FACS.

I laughed out loud when I read that on my RSS reader. (Which, by the way, still gives me the wrong ACS feeds. I still don’t know what causes that: ACS says that it’s Google’s fault; Google won’t respond to my inquiries. Oh well, I’ll end up reading JOC by mistake sometimes.)


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  1. Confirmed on those ACS feeds. They are a total mess. It is definitely not Google’s fault, as I read a few ACS RSS feeds with Akregator, the KDE RSS client. No Google involved, but every now and then, the JCIM feeds show ChemRev feeds, or some other random journal.

    I guess this is their way of advertising other journals :)

    Comment by Egon Willighagen — September 15, 2007 #

  2. Blogged about it.

    Comment by Egon Willighagen — September 15, 2007 #

  3. OK, just confirmed it is still broken: got JACS TOC on my JCIM RSS feed.

    Comment by Egon Willighagen — October 14, 2007 #

  4. yeah, i got an error, too. i’ll give ACS one more chance, then i’ll email them back….

    Comment by sam — October 14, 2007 #

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