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Old 09-18-2008, 02:55 AM   #7
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Originally Posted by Penforhire View Post
Well, as an e-reader owner I do look at it as an either/or proposition, at least on a book by book basis. If I buy the p-book I do not buy the e-book and vice versa.
On a "per book" basis then yes, I agree. Where I differ from some is that I'm happy if I have enough eBooks to justify having an eBook reader (and I have several lifetimes' worth of reading lined up!); I don't demand that every book be available as an eBook; I'm happy to buy on paper those which aren't currently available as eBooks.
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