It has been long known that since 1665, the number of scientific journals has been growing exponentially, doubling every 15 years. Clearly there has to be a limit to that growth, unless one day we will all be publishing our own scientific journal (and 15 years later, two scientific journals, and ...) But wait a minute! If we drop the word "scientific," maybe we are approaching a time when nearly everyone does have their own publication. Isn't that what blogging is about? Being involved in computing, we know a lot about exponential growth: disk and memory sizes, computing power,…
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