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Old 03-13-2008, 07:02 PM   #12
TheJohnNewton
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So should the paper version of Newsweek be called Swindleweek since they charge for it? Is the newstand that sells the paper version really the swindlestand? Maybe it's just fun to say because Swindle rhymes with Kindle? Perhaps they should rename Sony to Baloney? What about all those classic novels available for free that are also available for purchase (and not just at Amazon but all bookstores paper based and electronic.) Didn't Sony even have a promotion giving away these classics? They could have called it the Sony Big Baloney Giveaway! BTW, you can access the Newsweek url you mention above for free right from the Kindle web browser. Some swindle! Maybe it's just a matter of offering choices and letting the consumer decide which one best suits them?

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