[Lingtyp] papercopy LT
hedvig.skirgard at gmail.com
Tue Jul 4 07:55:50 UTC 2017
Hello Sebastian and everyone,
I concur, I also do not need paper copies of journals or books.
I'd like my department and/or univeristy library to have a paper copy, but
I personally do not need it.
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On 4 July 2017 at 09:59, Sebastian Nordhoff <
sebastian.nordhoff at glottotopia.de> wrote:
> Dear all,
> today, I found my paper copy of LT in the mail. Very nice. But actually,
> I do not read paper journals any more. I do not want to throw it away,
> so I collect the paper issues in a shelf in a spare room. This feels weird.
> I was wondering whether other people on this list have similar feelings.
> If I am not mistaken, membership in ALT is tied to the subscription of
> LT. I am happy to be a member of ALT and want to support it, but I was
> wondering whether this could be organised in a different way, which does
> not involve sending ink on paper around the globe. I would rather have
> an electronic copy online and more scholarships, summerschools etc instead.
> Best wishes
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