The great ebook debate continues. I have yet to see a viable model for ebooks which didn’t look either amateurish or like no one would find the books, and it seems that there may be a reason for it. Charlie Stross has a good analysis of why the ebook market is broken. Like music piracy, a lot of the problem is that the industry is unwilling to allow for a change in how it wants consumers to consume. Charlie’s essay is long, but worth checking out.

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