Originally Posted by haydnfan
If I want to reread a novel, I buy it on hardcover. Ebooks are essentially disposable to me. Ditto video: I rent movies to stream, but if I want to rewatch it I buy the blu-ray or the dvd.
You mean you buy the eBook, read it, and then if you want to reread it you buy the hardback? That seems like a very expensive way of doing things; you've already bought the eBook; what's the point of then buying the hardback?