A delayed note on two articles that (again) lead to a debate on the oldfashioned publishing conventions in the social sciences:
Christopher Kelty: Recursive public irony. On the difficulties to get a free copy of his own article, published in the journal Cultural Anthropology, when you're not member of the American Anthropological Association.
Alex Golub: Anthrosource — actually useful? Many suggestions on how to design a really useful anthropology portal (that also would prevent such ironies as mentioned in Kelty's article)