On academic publishing: open access, exaptation, and a new hope

  • transition from dumb-phones to smartphones;
  • transition from cinema to streaming TV;
  • transition from petrol/diesel cars to electric vehicles;
  • transition from traditional hotels to Airbnb, etc.
At times, recognising innovations is hard: Nokia CEO ridiculing iPhone
Monthly submissions of preprints on BioRxiv server (Abdill & Blekhman 2019).

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I write about the evolution of art. Graphs, long-term trends, and speculative ideas are included. Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History, Jena.

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I write about the evolution of art. Graphs, long-term trends, and speculative ideas are included. Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History, Jena.

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