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Old 10-27-2006, 04:07 AM   #53
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Originally Posted by Steve Jordan
Impartial reviewers, mostly readers themselves, will provide the best source of information about what's worth reading.
Well, they won't be impartial. But their preferences will be pretty clearly stated.

It's sort of like the news aggregation sites out there. There are many, many such sites. But I tend to read Slashdot because they tend to have articles that I find interesting.

eBook review sites will arise that will have a certain bias toward certain kinds of books. People will gravitate toward the sites that have similar tastes in books as they do.
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