Originally Posted by AdamIIGS
Really? So if someone owns a small grocery store and one day decides to stop selling, Playboy, Penthouse, hell Hightimes and Biker mags because the locals complain about them, does that make him...
Originally Posted by Woode
That would be an interesting point, if the value of the book was just the paper and ink -- yeah, electrons are cheaper. However, the value of the book is the content, the ideas inside. So, maybe that's...
Considering the far lower expense of creating, handling, and distributing them compared to paper books, eBook prices are too high already, so I can't really thank Apple much if the result of the iPad is to raise rather than lower them.