Many scholars now post drafts of articles they are writing online before they are accepted for publication. If a submitted article is going through a process of blind review, very often all that a reviewer has to do to to spoil the blindness of the review is to Google the title of the article. Do you think that the proliferation of posting works in progress online threatens the integrity of the blind review process? If so, does anyone have any suggestions about what to do? Simply telling reviewers (perhaps in a stern tone of voice) that they shouldn’t Google article titles does not seem to be a promising solution. And, although a single author who is concerned about having her paper reviewed blindly can simply avoid posting it online before acceptance, this too has its costs. Many scholars want to make their work available for discussion and comment before being accepted so that the article can be improved and so that their work can become part of an ongoing debate as soon as possible. Any ideas?