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Isn't it about time the Alt journal became open access? Why, in this day and age, would it not be?

Thanks Stephen. In short, because Open Access is not provided for by the contract under which the journal is currently published. Watch this space, or rather, the ALT space. Seb

I would vote for that. Being 'non-visual', paper is just a very inefficient way to move information from one electronic device to another i.e. I have to scan it all back in again.
It would be good to see ALT make a point of providing accessible electronic versions of their publications.

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