Hmm, no comments after 100+ reads?
No sense rehashing the same old same olds...
Well, here's somebody with a couple *new* and interesting ideas:
Here's a fresh one:
2) Make publishers pay for the DRM. I understand that standard Adobe DRM has an onerous per-download cost. But why should you pay for that? Do you really care after you’ve sold a book? I don’t think so. Only publishers do. So make them pay for the DRM. How are they going to really say no? What other national chain of bookstores can they flog their printed slabs in? Do you think they’ll run to Amazon for help? It’s time for you to take a stand on this. DRM is insisted on by publishers, so make them pay for it.
The others make sense, too.
There's still room for new tactics out there.
And yes, they *should* fire everything.
(And everybody at the top.