From early 2013 JHND has become an online only journal, which means that BDA members will no longer receive issues in paper form. This will undoubtedly change the way in which you access and experience research articles that are relevant to your own research and clinical practice. Although the days of browsing through JHND may be over, there are a number of new ways of keeping in touch with what is being published. First of all the journal web page gives access to published issues and includes the Early View section. Early View gives access to all papers that have been accepted, often 6 months before official publication. Through the JHND website you can sign up for email alerts which will provide you with tables of contents as each issue of the journal is published. You can also keep up with the journal by following us on Twitter (@JHNDEditor), connecting with me on LinkedIn, or of course by reading the Editor’s blog.