To get to the discussion, click on the forum tab, and scroll down to about the 6th or 7th discussion--Breakthrough on Open Access.
BTW, you helped introduce me to Reid without even knowing it. :)
First time I met him we got into a discussion about the "copyright and IP in distance ed" course I was taking and naturally the open access movement quickly became part of that.
Fortunately, I had just read some of your work and discussed it in class (and probably cited it in a paper or two), which gave me a good foundation--I was able to keep up with Reid (almost) in a very lively discussion. :)
I'm looking forward to your visits to the forum when you can make it, but I certainly understand having serious time constraints. It seems like the world just keeps spinning faster and faster and it's hard to keep up. I'm not anywhere close to where you are in terms of my own responsibilities and the expectations of others, but I often find myself identifying with old George Jetson on the treadmill, wanting to shout "Jane, stop this crazy thing!"
Welcome to the TCFIR discussion forum, Dr. Suber. We've started talking about open access publishing, so having you here will be a bit like "going to the mountain" on that topic, if I have my metaphors straight .
I hope you'll be able to stop in for a visit from time to time. :)