Time copies Wired's real-time editing experiment The hot trend in publishing these days is "transparency" — letting readers watch the media sausage being made. Why leave the tedious back-and-forth between writers and editors unpublished, when so much cleverness goes into telling colleagues how they've done it all wrong? Wired is doing it now with a feature, still in the works, on screenwriter Charlie Kaufman . We don't think the editors of Time intended to follow Wired's footsteps, but they did . A Q&A with Dr. Sam Parnia, an expert on death, was published on Time.com and distributed on Yahoo News with editors' comments attached. It asks, "What Happens When We Die?" But it doesn't address the more important question: What happens when we merely wish we could?