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08 March 2010

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David Blanar

I don't understand, why do we need stores?

Denis Mo

Before internet the book was a knowledge source.
What is a "book" in an internet age? The smell?

Steven Duque

A relevant blog post by the co-founder and former publisher of The Harvard Voice on iPad pricing for e-magazines and what publishers must do to reestablish a pay model:

http://stevenduque.com/2010/03/new-frontiers-ipad-e-magazine-pricing/

Some interesting facts about the e-book industry noted in the post, too.

Michael Tannenbaum

E-readers and e-readable material will be pushed by economic factors. This will mean that the mass market bookstore is doomed. However there will still be a good market in collectable books signed by the author. Specialty book stores selling these items will survive and collectors will display their wares proudly. This being the case, I recommend the acquisition of signed material while it is still in good supply. First editions of popular books will also be in demand.

Bookwhirl

This is a relevant blog post. I learned a lot. Thanks for taking the time to share your insights.

Book Publishing Houses in India

It is difficult to contain piracy and honor copyrights online.

BookWhirl

I just wanted to let you know I’m going to post this on my blog. It is such an inspirational view.

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