This photo is implying the very opposite of open access.
I’m back, and thinking about the problems of the online world, especially in terms of possible projects. While my aforementioned goal of heroism is perhaps a little out of reach, and even acknowledging such a goal might be shooting myself in the bank account in regards to any of my future journal submissions with these publishers (Is that how it works?), small gains in the reception of smaller, self-maintained, open-access journals might be paving the way for new types of efficient knowledge sharing and impact. Efficient, but I don’t know about economically viable.
My initial foray into project-picking has highlighted this new kind of journal-ism as a possible project area. The way we approach free information online is changing. Wikipedia is no longer wholly dubious. Even the most unassuming blog post can be scrutinised with critical eyes. But how can…
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