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Old 02-14-2013, 03:33 AM   #121
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Originally Posted by Katsunami View Post
In my opinion, Amazon should just get with the program. They still have the huge advantage of their store, even if they'd put everything online as EPUB. People who now buy a Kindle to shop at Amazon specifically, will still do so if they'd be using EPUB, as, like it or not, Amazon *is* the biggest eBook-retailer for English books (as far as I know, at least).

It always seems as if the biggest company in the business has to do things different from the rest. But that's another topic.
Are you seriously suggesting that Amazon's lack of support for ePub puts them at a commercial disadvantage? Given Amazon's complete domination of the ebook market, it's ePub that's the "minority" format, in sales terms.
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