Thursday, November 19, 2009

The Accessibility Paradox

"The book world has been harrumphing about a battle among big box stores to sell the season's biggest books at the cheapest price. In order to draw customer into their stores, Target and Wal-Mart are making ten bestselling author's books available for under ten bucks"

in reference to:

"I'm also taken aback by the horrified response of the book industry. I thought the big crisis was that nobody reads. Now it turns out the problem is that books are so popular with the masses they're being used as bait to draw in shoppers."
- The Accessibility Paradox | Peer to Peer Review - 10/29/2009 - Library Journal (view on Google Sidewiki)

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