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Old 11-04-2010, 01:15 AM   #14
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Originally Posted by DuncanWatson View Post
I don't see large or even small price differentials in the ebooks I buy. Maybe they haven't hit the SF/Fantasy markets but the ebooks I want are available and I can buy them from B&N. The few exceptions during various publisher wars have been available from Sony. Lucky for me I have options to get non-B&N DRM content. Unlike Kindle users.

I am tired of price differential with pbooks and ebooks. It makes no sense that a pbook is cheaper than an ebook and I have seen that. But not all the time.

OTOH I am completely willing to strip DRM and get whatever books I want on my nook. Limiting the right of resale is not an ability I choose to grant to corporations.
BINGO. I just find it the cheapest and strip the DRM and convert if necessary....I don't care one way or the other about the legalities of the situation.
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