Originally Posted by oj829
Yes. Drop DRM.
So their books will be truly readable on anything without any speed bumps for Joe Consumer who doesn't normally fight with DRM, but has had the occasional frustration.
I'm assuming that the B&N DRM means that B&N has not been paying the Adobe tax, but when it became obvious that Sony, Kobo, and most other manufacturers were not including the B&N DRM in their epub readers even when Adobe supported it in their ereader toolkit, they should have given up and switched to Adobe DRM because their DRM guarantees that they won't sell to owners of other readers.