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Old 03-12-2008, 06:57 PM   #52
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Originally Posted by JSWolf View Post
Why is it most of you seem to FORGET that Amazon has caused a BAD EXPERIENCE with eBooks in the past. They screwed over untold number of people when they dropped eBooks from their sales and no longer allowed redownloading of purchased content. Sony has no bad reputation for eBooks. But Amazon SURE DOES!
Just to be Devil's Advocate for a sec. Yes, Amazon had a bad experience with ebooks in the past. So maybe they have re-entered the market because they are sure it will work this time. I'm thinking Amazon remembers their bad experience much more clearly than we do, since they probably lost money on the deal.

Seems like they they might have figured out a way to do it right this time.

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