Reading about eReading this week 10/8/2012
Note that their response doesn’t mention that libraries buy books.
Based on that, you’d think publishers view libraries as social marketing endeavors, making zero reference to the fact that libraries BUY BOOKS, and that a significant percentage of patrons who borrow also BUY BOOKS
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