The editors of that splendid magazine Topology are tying themselves in knots over a controversy about the magazine’s annual (i.e. 6 issues) subscription fees: “$100 for individuals, $1,665 for institutions,” according to the New York Sun (and thanks to Volokh for the link).
Note to NR suits: Have we looked at our institutional subscription fees lately? I’ve been arguing for years that $25,000 is too low.
[I’d better explain my subject line, for the benefit of math-innocent readers who suspect an allusion to something salacious. Topology is a branch of geometry, popularly known as “rubber-sheet geometry,” because the properties of figures it concentrates on are unchanged by stretching or squeezing of the figures. To learn more, buy a copy of Unknown Quantity. Or, if you already have a copy, buy another one.]