So I may come across as a chatterbox or as "The Pharisee" in my story "The Ocelot the Way He Is". I set up a commentary mechanism where it becomes necessary to address everything conceivably relevant, to maintain objectivity. Some may think they don't need to get the news from me, when there are professional sources, although the postings where I add some unusual perspective or insight, often based on personal experience, do seem to attract a lot of readers. And, yes, in social media, I can sometimes fine tune who is likely to really read the message, at some loss of objectivity -- but necessary to move forward. It is still troubling, that I don't find helping others who actually have "real needs" (adaptive) personally a "worthy" goal, at least if it meant redirection of the self and submission to the specific agendas of others.
Update: Feb. 18
This video of a TED talk at the UN by Jack Andraka in late 2013 discusses the "open access" problem with research journals, starting at 9:18
Note that Andraka quotes Harvard University as saying that the old system of requiring a paywall to access research journals is unsustainable.