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Initial post: Aug 8, 2011 9:51:59 PM PDT
Gerald says:
I just noticed that a forthcoming book was priced higher as a Kindle edition than as a hard copy. Given the high costs of paper, printing, binding, and distribution, how can this possibly be justified? If you are going to take advantage of lower digital publishing costs, it seems to me you need to pass some of that savings on to the customer.
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