The point made at the end of this article must have been written by a commercial publisher! Librarians can see the writing on the wall, as we transition to digital publications. Commercial publishers are raising prices, fighting a rearguard action, as their business continues to decline in importance. Meanwhile, scholars just continue to get copies of publications, and other current research information, from their peers. The prices charged for individual articles have no market basis, but are just there as part of a futile attempt to coerce libraries to maintain subscriptions. So what if a journal drops out of sight? Authors will just move to new, open-access, digital publications that allow them to retain copyright and freely distribute their work. This healthy trend can only accelerate as libraries drop subscriptions.