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Old 01-08-2013, 08:19 AM   #30
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Originally Posted by xendula View Post
What I meant was that a patron can log into their Amazon account from a library computer to select the device they want to send the book to, and then they'd receive the book wirelessly to their device.

With, say, a Nook or Kobo, they would have to download the book first, which the library computers in my area do not allow.
Sorry, I was correcting only a technical aspect of your statement. Your underlying reasoning was quite sound.

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Originally Posted by xendula View Post
Where in the text you quoted did dkperez say (s)he was removing DRM?!
I can't even imagine anyone feeling the need to remove DRM off of library books, since they can be read for free anyway.
I'm pretty sure that was a rhetorical "you." You, who do do it. Just as how in the original question, the "we" in "what can we do..." was not limited to those few reading this post.

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