- PeerJ Press Release
- Scholarly Publishing 2012: Meet PeerJ
- New Publishing Venture Gives Researchers Control Over Access
- PeerJ launches open access into a new realm
- An interview with the founders of PeerJ, an innovative new academic publishing startup.
- PeerJ launches & More PeerJ musings
- New OA Journal, Backed by O’Reilly, May Disrupt Academic Publishing
- Pay (less) to publish: ambitious journal aims to disrupt scholarly publishing
- Journal offers flat fee for ‘all you can publish’
- New front in "open access" science publishing row
- PeerJ Raises $950K from Tim O’Reilly’s Ventures To Make Biomedical Research Accessible to All
- PeerJ – a brave new world?
- New and exciting kid on the block: PeerJ
- Scientific publishing, with a twist
- PeerJ Launches: Lifetime Open-Access Publishing for $99
- Linkfest from Day 1 of PeerJ
I have a nagging suspicion that a "lifetime membership model" isn't any more sustainable in scientific publishing than it is in gym memberships.
Jim, that's something we're going to have to wait and see. The key will be if there are enough new scientists subscribing each year to keep the enterprise afloat. The calculations are probably closer to those of a large pension plan.