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For journals that provide updates, i. The way in which texts are stored and retrieved on the internet is much faster, more efficient and less costly than these processes are for printed material.
As the editor of our journal, I am concerned about its future.
Will we shortly evolve into an electronic form, or will we maintain the printed form, as the traditionalists that we are? Would there be any intermediate form?
Should the information in original studies and case reports be published in web form, while review articles which after all are like small passages from books remain in printed form? I cannot envision what will happen to books, because these are eternal and can be reread, stored and given as gifts, and there is a playful element in handling and transporting them.
I cannot imagine someone reading a novel on a journey or in the bathroom, on their computer. Original studies and case reports contain important pieces of information and therefore can easily be stored in electronic form.
Readers can quickly and easily retrieve the information of interest to them, with the aid of search systems, which are so well developed today. The graphic production, commercialization and delivery through the postal system of a journal like the RBO depend on great efforts by the SBOT and considerable expenditure for it.
Review articles have a philosophical nature and represent compilations of what is up-to-date at that moment, and they can be kept and consulted for some time.