Future of science publishing interview

A few weeks ago in Lindau, Lars Fischer (remember his guest post here?) sat me down with the digital audio recorder and conducted an interview - we talked for about an hour about Open Access, future of scientific publishing/papers/communication, etc.

The article based on that interview is now online - you can read it here, but only if you can read German. Then you can tell me what is it that I actually said ;-)

Update: the translation is now here.

Update 2: The entire transcript is now available online/

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