Back in the Easy Cafe on the way to Olympia. I almost forgot that I plan to do this year in reverse so far as online is concerned. So a quick Google has recreated some of the Online Information show through the IWR blog.
The first few items show a bit of a pattern.
There is now a UK version of Pubmed Central with technical support from the British Library, University of Manchester and the European Bioinformatics Institute.
A link to blogger Peter Suber reports a decision by libraries in Norway to just say no to Blackwell charges.
And Wolters Kluwer have decided to put their education publishing up for sale.
My guess is that some people in journal publishing may be close to deciding that the 'creative commons' sort of approach is reducing the chances for ample margins.
Search on 'BETT, open source' in Google News shows there is a debate on what sort of discount might make Vista sensible at some point.