Huseng wrote:If they offered the pdfs on their websites at an affordable price (rather than just a marginal markdown from a printed edition), they might innovate a new business model for themselves.
padma norbu wrote:I would certainly pay $3.99 (or less) for an e-reader version of any book I buy since I only buy books used from Amazon and their shipping is $3.99 minimum... or from Strand and other used book stores. Once I started reading a lot, the idea of paying $15 - $30 for a single book seemed frigging preposterous to me. In fact, as of late, I started going to the library once I realized the quality of books NYC libraries carry.
Mr. G wrote:There are those of us who already have physical copies of books, but would like access to e-book versions.
Pero wrote:Mr. G wrote:There are those of us who already have physical copies of books, but would like access to e-book versions.
Yup. For example I always thought I'd be great if Amazon offered free e-book versions of the physical books I bought, but since it doesn't, torrents are great hehe. I also like it because that way I can preview the whole book.
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