"Open Access and the Internet are almost inseparable. Without the Internet, OA would have not spread and developed as fast as it had, or perhaps not at all.  However, the Internet is not only a tool of dissemination; it also impacts the shape of the development of OA and forms that it takes. Open Access can, should and does from benefit from the possibilities offered by the web.

A good example of this is the new project launched by Yale and MIT, the Wireless Philosophy, the Wi-Phi. The main goal of Wi-Phi is to provide open-access content in philosophy to a wide audience regardless of the level of readers’ knowledge. To achieve this, the authors of the project decided to use visual form of presentation."