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Open Access 2.0: Scholarly publications move to a new phase — where OA and traditional publishing coexist

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Affiliations: 1: Joseph J. Esposito, a member of the LOGOS editorial board, has served as the CEO of three companies: Encyclopædia Britannica, Tribal Voice and SRI Consulting, all of which he ultimately led to a liquidity event. He is currently “the portable CEO,” an independent consultant focusing on digital media. His practice includes interim management, mergers and acquisitions, the development of corporate and institutional strategy and the use of electronics to develop new media products. His clients range from such technology firms as Microsoft and Hewlett-Packard, publishing companies such as Scholastic and the American National Standards Institute, and organizations in the not-for-profit sector (for example, JSTOR). He has launched, with Lynn Brock and Wayne Davison, The Processed Book Project, an experiment in online interactive media, which was funded by the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation and can be found at, URL:


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