Interesting piece in the NYTimes today on the actual costs involved in publishing digital editions of books.
At this point it is clear that print media publishers are in the same boat as the music and film industries, and are deep into the challenge of redesigning business models to stay afloat. Music is certainly the furthest below the water line, but unless the film biz eliminates piracy and/or radically embraces the universe of new distribution methods, it's view isn't much better.
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