> I hadn't realised that was an option.
The UI's a bit basic, but it does do a decent representation of what it looks like on the reader.
> too much for the reader. She's right, I guess.
Not sure I'm familiar with that concept! :-) Seriously, it's your call, but it's not that unusual. My perception might be skewed as I tend to read a lot of SF&F, which means that Baen, who have a lot of free books, are one of the major players in the area I'm focussed on. Most, actually thinking about it, all of my recent eBook purchases have been as a result of first reading the author's free books then buying others of their's...
> go back to the drawing board.
Maybe - it seems to me that it might just be a matter of tagging more specifically, as the technique works.
> Not to mention the fact that I've upset some folks with what I thought were uncontroversial statements.
Ah! It's probably like software development these days, where you can hardly write "print 'Hello World'" without someone being ready to claim a patent infringment...