New Web 2.0 initiative for academics

I recently got an email detailing a new Web 2.0 initiative designed by a new academic - Richard Price - for academics.

It's called - Acadmedia.edu

Some details:

- It displays academics around the world in a ‘tree’ format, according to what university/department they are affiliated with.

- It enables an academic to have an easy-to-maintain academic webpage.

Richard hopes that the site will eventually list every academic – Faculty members, Post-Docs, and Graduate Students - in the world, and display where they are working.

He hopes people will use the site to keep track of what people in their field are working on.

It's worth a look!

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