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Old 09-15-2012, 02:53 PM   #30
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Originally Posted by ebusinesstutor View Post
Some good points that the review should be about the book, not the price or the format. But, for some people, the reviews are the only way they can make a point about pricing problems such as an ebook being priced higher than the paperback version.
Correction. It's the only way they can make a point about pricing problems where their words will appear "in lights," so to speak.

There are plenty of ways to voice displeasure at perceived pricing injustices. Ways that make even more logical sense (not to mention having a better chance of landing on the desk of someone who might actually be able to do something about it) than putting it in a review on a site that has (had) no control over the pricing. The problem is... those more productive/appropriate ways of complaining aren't nearly as cathartic as publicly blasting "The Man" in a public forum where millions of people, who already agree with you, can read your impassioned—albeit misdirected—words.
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