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Looking back (1995-2000):
Sept 1994: Ron LaPorte, legal pad, ideas, convinced my colleagues, did so
Message: will finally have worked our way through that list when we introduce online submission of articles and peer review.
Sept 1994-Sept 2002 - 8 years.
>>Gap between idea and robust implementation takes as long or longer than it does in the world of bricks and mortar. The internet may have been the death of distance but it hasn't resulted in the death of time, or even concertina-ed it. Internet time is a chimera. Even Paul Ginsparg, the free-est of free spirits in the e-journal space, doesn't believe that.
So what did we do?
TOCs, Abstracts, full text of occasional articles - market said full text