|View Poll Results: Will you buy an ebook even if a paper edition is the same or less money?|
|No, if the paper edition is less, I'll buy the paper edition. It's all about the content.||26||14.86%|
|No, if the paper editon is less, I won't buy the book on prinicple. Ebooks should cost less.||65||37.14%|
|Yes, I want an ebook because I want what the ebook format offers me. Paper price is irrelevent.||66||37.71%|
|Other, please explain.||18||10.29%|
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|06-28-2013, 11:38 PM||#121|
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|06-29-2013, 06:55 AM||#122|
Join Date: Dec 2012
I prefer print editions because they have greater value. If it's a great book, I'll put it on the bookshelf. If it's merely a good book, I'll pass it on to someone else (who is likely to pass it on to yet someone else, thus multiplying the effect). I would make an exception if I were stuck on an Amtrak train south of Trenton, or I were in the hospital or needed the book right away.
One of the awful things about e-books I've noticed recently is that often enough I don't know the name of the book or (even more often) the name of the author, because instead of picking up the physical book off the night table, I pick up a generic black-cased Fire tablet, and the book opens to the Furthest Page Read.
"Hey, I just read a great book lately!"
"Really? What was it?"
"Um, I'm really not sure...."
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