If you’ve been a regular reader of New Scientist, you’ll know that I’ve been using the software to publish my articles, and I’m happy to report that I am happy to have been able to use the software for this very purpose.
So, how does the software work?
New Scientist has been around since 1868 and has been one of the most trusted publishing software providers in the world.
The software has been open source since 2007 and is maintained by the Open Science Foundation (OSF), an organization that’s dedicated to advancing scientific research.
But the software isn’t all sunshine and rainbows.
New Scientist also offers some very powerful features that can help you create the best content for your website, including: The ability to embed the entire article on your website (also called embedded content) for faster loading and a faster response to your readers