The news is all over the OOO media already, but hell, a blogpost is a small effort to give my support to this: the indefatigable Paul Ennis managed to set up an (open access, yay!) Object Oriented Ontology Journal, under Open Humanities Alliance. Provisional title: ‘Speculations’. Cheeky.
As a declared fan of open access with fugacious interests in objectology I cannot but be happy about this. As I said before, I see OOP and its ‘internet diffusion’ as somewhat deeply connected.
Unfortunately, there already has been some gratuitous mockery about this project (see the comments to Paul’s post). I find it absurd and extremely unfair towards someone like Paul who–in my experience of him–is all but a fight-picker, and always a self-ironic and humble person.