Highly recommended: I like this post,written by Carly Strasser at the California Digital Library, so much I'm putting it on all my blogs this month:
The 10 Things Every New Grad Student Should Do
The most influential mathematician alive: This article was in The Guardian, October 7th, Neil Sloane: the man who loved only integer sequences.
Beyond Emmy and Sophie: Resources for Learning about Women in Math, by Evelyn Lamb in Roots of Unity, a Scientific American blog
New open access journal: Open Mathematics, v.1, 2015+, deGruyter Open (formerly Central European Journal of Mathematics, Springer). The Article Processing Charge will be 1000 GPB (which seems very high to me unless you have grant funds that will pay the fee!)
Plagiarism in International Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics: Blatant plagiarism sinks paper (and earns a sabbatical!) for mathematician. I continue to learn how publishing works and doesn't work by reading Retraction Watch.
Post about math libraries: I try to let you know when Robert Harrington, Associate Executive Director, Publishing at the American Mathematical Society, posts in the Scholarly Kitchen: What's Hot and Cooking in Scholarly Publishing. This month Reasons to be Cheerful, part 3 talks about the changing roles of academic libraries and librarians.