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Old 02-26-2011, 05:59 PM   #7
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Libraries have small ebook collections now, but I was hoping that they would soon get a lot bigger.

Besides, I saw a lot of books that interested me that were available for immediate download, and I'm certainly willing to wait a few weeks for a particular book. (I've often done that when reserving print books.)

I can, however, see why publishers are concerned. It's not like they have big profit margins to begin with, and I'm sure ebooks are scaring the heck out of them.

I just hope something can be worked out. I wouldn't mind paying a small fee to take out an ebook from a library.

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