Originally Posted by JSWolf
Where did it say that if you borrowed a library eBook that the annotations would carry over to a purchased copy?
From the Amazon Media Room Press Release:
"We're doing a little something extra here," Marine continued. "Normally, making margin notes in library books is a big no-no. But we're extending our Whispersync technology so that you can highlight and add margin notes to Kindle books you check out from your local library. Your notes will not show up when the next patron checks out the book. But if you check out the book again, or subsequently buy it, your notes will be there just as you left them, perfectly Whispersynced."
JS Wolf, now that it's been stated that libraries will not have to purchase additional ebook licenses, is your only negative that the addition of Kindle users to the pool of library users will increase wait times?