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Journal Cost On-line (was: T. rex growth, version 2.0)
At 05:17 PM 9/3/2004, email@example.com wrote:
Here's the other shoe dropping on T. rex growth studies:
Horner, J.R. & K. Padian. 2004. Age and growth dynamics of Tyrannosaurus
rex. Proceedings: Biological Sciences 271: 1875-1880.
Several journals need to get the whole electronic access thing sorted out.
They really are out of their mind if they think that I am going to pay
$20.00 US for a copy of a 6 page article. I wish that they would either
lower the prices of these to the point that people will pay (maybe $0.25 a
page or something) or offer a flat rate per timed hour for access to the
whole journal or something. Since it costs very little to publish
electronically, I think that arrangements could be made to have the prices
at least comparable to photocopies.
Darryl Jones <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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