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  • NinjaKlaus

    I'm going with pricing as the real issue, why buy a license to read a book when I can buy a book and own it for the same or even cheaper price. When ebooks were taking off they were cheaper than physical books, that is no longer the case.

    • drunkenninja

      Exactly, it makes no sense to pay the same price for a digital book and I think people are now realizing this since the craze of ebooks is starting to wear off.

    • Gozzin (edited 1 month ago)

      I agree.It's just plane old price gouging. I have a friend who removes the DRM from any book he gets and hides it from Amazon. Once you have bought the book,it's yours,not Amazon's,so the DRM crap needs to go. I also like my kindle and don't judge on whether something is hip or not,but how useful it is.

  • NotWearingPants

    I absolutely love my Kindle. There are so may resources out there for free and low priced books. I still have overflowing shelves of physical books. but I find that I do about 80% of my reading on the e-reader.

    • NinjaKlaus

      I do too, I love the ability to resize text to fit what you want it to be. I also enjoy the library options to downloading books and I'm not proud of it but I know how to use DRMTools to get that epub only library book and read it on my Amazon Kindle if I want to.

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