Liberating The Concept Of Free

Liberating The Concept Of Free
Joel Horowitz
  • 11 march 2008

Three articles of similar interest sparked us this past weekend, and they all have to do with the universally-celebrated word, Free.

For one, Smart Mobs links to an article on WSJ describing that articles and reports of publicly-funded research studies will be accessible on America’s new publicly-accessible PubMed database. That’s bad news for academic and medical journals that are already battling rising costs, but very good news on the whole:

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