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At Open …, Glyn Moody recently blogged that peer review, at least as it is done now, is not necessary. Moody writes that the system was set up in a time when opportunities to publish were scarce and "needed husbanding." Today though, Moody says that with the Internet, there are a plethora of publishing opportunities and "there are all kinds of systems that allow any scientist — or even the general public — to rate content and to vote it up towards a wider audience."

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