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Old 08-05-2008, 07:50 AM   #5
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The Kindle model is OK from a user's point of view, but it's pretty bad from the publisher's end.

The retailer (Amazon) gets to keep 65% of the purchase price.

Imagine the uproar if Apple got to keep 65% of the price of things at the iTunes store - instead the music publisher gets 70% of the price.

Paul

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Originally Posted by charlieperry View Post
I forgot to say that the Kindle has gone a long way to addressing these issues from what I understand. Now it's time to take the Kindle model and make it device neutral.
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