Open access publishing comes at a price, and a group of British charities are offering to pay.
"The public should certainly have a goddamn say in my work."
Kahle is an engineer-turned-digital librarian who founded the Internet Archive in 1996.
A crop of public domain maps for the public to peruse and lay over contemporary maps.
Catching up with Isaac Wilder, who we first met during the height of Occupy actions as he and a small band of hackers set out to build the people's Internet.
Journalist calls it like the 'WikiLeaks' of open access journals.
We are strangely territorial when it comes to our wireless networks. The idea of someone siphoning off our precious bandwidth without paying for it is, for most people, completely unacceptable.