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Old 02-02-2010, 04:55 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by paulckennedy View Post
But magazines and newspapers have always had an advertising model and it has kept subscriber prices low.
Sure. To my mind, though, books are generally a different animal; a more immersive type of reading, which doesn't fit with an advertising model. I suppose if the ads were placed solely at the front or back I could live with it (in free or extremely cheap content) -- but am afraid that it would be a slippery slope.
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