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Open Access Editorial

Diagnostic Pathology in 2011: reflecting on the development of an open access journal during the last five years

Klaus Kayser

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Diagnostic Pathology 2011, 6:129  doi:10.1186/1746-1596-6-129

Published: 30 December 2011

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Today, electronic communication is involved in all parts of our lives, either in a directed active, communicative, or passive manner. Whether to live with electronic communication or to ignore it, is no longer a question. Instead, the question we have to answer is: How shall we live in our communicative environment? What can we expect? What are we forced to develop in order "to survive"?