Update: There was no change of heart (open access + a little satire)

I know this is a while after the fact, but I just wanted to make something very, very clear.  The last post I wrote about open access, in which I supposedly had a “change of heart,” was 100 percent complete, absolute balderdash.  It was satire.  A joke.  For April Fool’s Day.  I realize that I never put a big “GOTCHA” in the post, so it could still be a little confusing.  So, there you have it.  Just wanted to make that nice and clear.  Just to make sure that nobody takes that argument seriously.  Thanks.  As you were.

Ryan Anderson is an environmental and economic anthropologist. His current research focuses on the social dynamics of coastal development and conservation in Baja California Sur, Mexico. He is currently a post-doctoral researcher in the department of anthropology at the University of Kentucky. You can reach him at ryan AT savageminds dot org or @anthropologia on twitter.

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