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Old 03-19-2013, 08:55 AM   #1
Ken Maltby
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Are DRM infections dying out?

Is it just me or are more and more ebooks showing up without DRM complicating the ereading experience?

It is getting so that when I purchase a new ebook and try to remove the
infection, the process fails because there is no infection there. Then I am
sitting there trying to figure out what "went wrong", until the I finally notice
the healthy condition of the book.

It's not just the lessor known authors either, I just bought Orson Scott Card's
"The Lost Gate" from Barns & Noble and No DRM! What is the world coming to
when you try to jump through a hoop and it evaporates in your face?

Are we able to look forward to a time when healthy ebooks are the norm and
no curative measures required?

Luck;
Ken
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