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Old 03-05-2008, 08:32 PM   #4
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In any case, those particular CDs carry the express permission of the publisher (and through them, the authors, knowing Baen) to distribute the CDs as long as it's done as a whole, so there's really not anything ethically shady about it.

That being said, I admit that I do feel some obligation to pay for the e-versions, particularly of books that I don't have paper copies of, if only to encourage the whole e-book availability thing.
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