Originally Posted by Andrew H.
(I do wonder about their business model, though - I don't see a lot of people paying 87c for a "used" file instead of 99c for a "new" one. Those aren't really compelling savings.
I'm not really a fan of precedent, but what it would apply to is 10-25 dollar ebooks, expensive software, etc... Which is one reason the cloud is being pushed so hard I thought.
buys the text from you for what, 30% of retail then sells it used at 85% of retail??
Why not just create a network that tracks all transfer of digital content and shunts monies accordingly?