Cites & Insights 15.5 (May 2015) available
The 2-column print-oriented version is 24 pages long.
If you're reading it online or on an e-reader (tablet, etc.), or if you want working links, you may prefer the one-column 6x9" version (46 pages long), available at http://citesandinsights.info/civ15i5on.pdf This issue includes:
The Front: The Open Access Landscape pp. 1-3
Notes on the series of blog posts that began in early March 2015 and will continue through either mid-September or mid-November; the potential book that would combine those posts and add new material; and the possibility of a five-year longitudinal study of the state of gold OA (2011-2015) in 2016, if funding becomes available.
Libraries: FriendFeed, Going. LSW, Not. pp. 3-10
An elegy (of sorts) for FriendFeed, scheduled to disappear on April 9 (unless Facebook listens to InfoWorld and others and lets it keep going)--and to the Library Society of the World, which in its own informal way has meant so much to me and many others.
Social Networks: Slightly More Than 140
Characters Words Sentences Paragraphs About Twitter pp. 10-19
A possibly-amusing set of mostly-old musings by others about Twitter's inevitable decline and fall, certainly gone by now, and the decline of Western civilization--also why it's nothing but a note-taking system and the need for balance.
The Back pp. 19-24
Ten brief (and some not-so-brief) rants and amusements.