• http://stuffthought.wordpress.com Adi Kamdar

    Regarding his peer review argument, as far as I understand, the NIH policy states that scientists must make their articles open a year after initial publication. Doesn’t this mean that the articles, if already published, should have been peer-reviewed already?

    Also, here’s an interesting blog post by Michael Poynder about OA and peer review:
    http://poynder.blogspot.com/2006/10/open-access-death-knell-for-peer.html

    and a piece from the SPARC OA newsletter:
    http://www.earlham.edu/~peters/fos/newsletter/09-02-07.htm#peerreview

  • Rick

    Gee…… It sure got quiet around here. :

  • Kiaser Zohsay

    Open-access publishing on the Internet is going to kill the peer-reviewed journal publishing industry, the same way that cassette tapes, home VCR’s, and MP3′s killed all of their respective industries.

    Oh, wait …