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Old 04-24-2010, 11:21 AM   #4
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For my answer to have any meaning you would have to have ATLEAST two polls, side by side.

DRM poll and non-DRM poll.

A DRM book is worth FAR LESS to me.

I do re-read some books and keep most of them.

However with DRM books the only thing that I can bet on is that the ereader I'm using today will not be what I'll have 1, 3, or 5 years from now. What about the company that issued the DRM book?

So I look at it like this - Ebook = book. DRM ebook = expensive throw away news paper.

Guess what, I'll pay much more for a non-DRM book than a DRM book.

How much? $6 to $10 for non-DRN. $2 to $3 for DRM. (EDIT - Of courst inflation will drive those prices up.)

That is "in theory", as the only DRM book that I own is a "free today only" DRM book that I wanted to see if I could "free up".

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