Is a new wave of open access in science building in Europe? My annual roundup of developments in open access, including my own analysis of the extent of free-to-read literature in the biomedical literature database, PubMed. At Absolutely Maybe, Open Access 2016: A Year of Price Bargaining, Preprints, and a Pirate.
You can see where all my "spare" time went in February, in the post Black History Month: The Complicated Power of More Women Scientists' Faces. As well as adding photos, started 5 new Wikipedia pages for African-American women scientists: Angie Turner King, Jane Hinton, Cheryl L. Shavers, Jesse Jarue Mark, and Jessie Isabelle Price.
And a comment I made at PubMed Commons rounds up some resources on updating systematic reviews.