Not a personal life manifesto, but still worth thinking about.
I invite you to consider the Open Access Movement in light of the following:
How Aaron Swartz paved way for Jack Andraka’s revolutionary cancer test | The Vancouver Observer (posted January 29, 2013).
““My research should serve as a testament to free online research (…) It was hard to get what I needed without the costs. People should take note and because of this project, we should make a move toward more inexpensive or free Online research,” Andraka said.”