Tag Archives: paperbacks

Must we come to terms with money?

Ebooks can be given away very easily, Smashwords has a simple setting for this and even allows it specifically for libraries while other users pay whatever non-zero price you’ve decided on. Amazon’s Kindle, similarly, allows all sorts of ways that pricing and royalties can be adjusted. What is transferred from producer to consumer is, after […]

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Simple pleasures, or Why I’m no ereader

There are many reasons why I haven’t joined the digital revolution and gone the ebook route, but the primary ones are sensory-based and so I thought I’d take a few moments to reflect on them here on a late winter’s day. It should be remembered that the modern codex book isn’t all that old, and […]

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