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The Journal of Cell Biology was the first scholarly publication devoted entirely to the emerging field of cell biology... These changes were made with the online version of the Journal closely in mind, as we anticipate that The eJCB will only increase in importance... The design of our web pages has also been updated, and special thanks are due to our Electronic Publishing Manager, Rob O'Donnell, for his extraordinary efforts in coordinating the technical aspects of both the print and online changes... Our new online formatting algorithms allow early posting of accepted papers on the web, and once again the grouping of published papers by topic rather than by order of acceptance... First, in accord with recent initiatives to get journals and magazines to release their content for free on the web six months after publication, we can announce that indeed The JCB has decided to do just that... In fact, we have been releasing our content in this fashion since January, 2001, and using new technology we are now releasing all content for free, without any delay, to over 60 developing nations... Second, on a personal note, I would like to express my sincere thanks and admiration for a departing Editor... James Nelson has been one of the most committed, hardworking, effective, and energetic Editors ever to be associated with The JCB... He will be stepping down in July to pursue important new challenges at his home institution, Stanford University... No one has done it better, and we will truly miss James' many contributions to the journal.

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The Journal of Cell Biology was the first scholarly publication devoted entirely to the emerging field of cell biology... These changes were made with the online version of the Journal closely in mind, as we anticipate that The eJCB will only increase in importance... The design of our web pages has also been updated, and special thanks are due to our Electronic Publishing Manager, Rob O'Donnell, for his extraordinary efforts in coordinating the technical aspects of both the print and online changes... Our new online formatting algorithms allow early posting of accepted papers on the web, and once again the grouping of published papers by topic rather than by order of acceptance... First, in accord with recent initiatives to get journals and magazines to release their content for free on the web six months after publication, we can announce that indeed The JCB has decided to do just that... In fact, we have been releasing our content in this fashion since January, 2001, and using new technology we are now releasing all content for free, without any delay, to over 60 developing nations... Second, on a personal note, I would like to express my sincere thanks and admiration for a departing Editor... James Nelson has been one of the most committed, hardworking, effective, and energetic Editors ever to be associated with The JCB... He will be stepping down in July to pursue important new challenges at his home institution, Stanford University... No one has done it better, and we will truly miss James' many contributions to the journal.

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