Let me slip in one last one, from Paul Graham: "Do you have any opinions that you would be reluctant to express
in front of a group of your peers? If the answer is no,
you might want to stop and think about that." What do you think?  links to this post 4:19:03 PM
In my own little field, for example, ACM and IEEE do their best to deny
access to computer science research results to anyone who is not
working at a university, a member of their orgs, or willing to pay
$$$. I.e., if you're a kid in Africa wanting to learn something about
computer science you're not going to do it by looking at these folks'
journals on the Web.
...the distinct shaping factor will comprise
the identification of the enabling parameters to “leverage the
promotion of key initiatives in putting the grassroots for TeL,
especially for school e-laboratories utilizing novel pedagogical and