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February 2, 2010
So, now that we're in 2010, the journal that introduced the whole idea of a graphical abstract to organic chemistry (Tetrahedron Letters) has finally started including them in their RSS feed. That's how I read journals these days, and I think I have a lot of company, so I'm grateful that they got around to it.
And on another literature note, I wanted to mention that I've accepted an invite to the editorial advisory board of the new ACS journal ACS Medicinal Chemistry Letters. You can tell, I guess, when you've been doing this stuff for a while - when I look at the rest of the advisory board, I see people I went to grad school with, people I used to work down the hall from, and so on. The journal has started publishing its first papers; we'll see how it works out, and how it competes with the other short-form outlet for this sort of work, Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry Letters. I promise not to let any anti-Bredt cyclobutenes get past me!
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