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Old 05-05-2013, 09:21 PM   #29
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I have to agree that it just seems baffling that an author would not want his or her books made available via new technology. Of course the author has no obligation to publish in any form; the author can just write for personal pleasure and never let anyone read. But once the words are out there, why should the author care about the package they're in?

Unless there's some sort of negotiating ploy, I just don't see the point of an author wanting to limit access this way.
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