In a previous post, I lamented the fact that BioOne forced all of its article titles into all-capitals. This was a serious annoyance for anyone exporting references into their favorite bibliographic manager, because you had to retype the title for inclusion in bibliographies. But, I just went to download the reference for the latest paper on Triceratops cranial ornamentation and found a pleasant surprise. The titles are now in upper- and lower-case! Sure, you still have to do a little editing mid-title, but at least it's not a case of complete retyping. Unfortunately, it seems like the old references are still in all-caps. Ah well.
THE SMALLEST KNOWN TRICERATOPS SKULL: NEW OBSERVATIONS ON CERATOPSID CRANIAL ANATOMY AND ONTOGENY
Ontogeny of Cranial Epi-Ossifications in Triceratops
I like to think that BioOne changed this due to all of the angry readers of this blog who wrote in, or that some editor had a change of heart after reading my post. Yeah, I'll go on thinking that. . .