Isn't it kind of stupid?
That a periodical publisher has to produce such a widely different version for each device that's out there? Or does the 'store' for each device do all the work?
Just WHO is responsible for making sure a given subscriber gets an appropriate version? Can the benefit of being on a moderately popular reader truly outweigh the costs for a magazine publisher?
Is there a generic non DRM epub version? It would seem to me this "Balkanization" of the eReader market is as bad for content providers as it is for the consumers.
Last edited by GlenBarrington; 12-06-2012 at 02:56 AM.