11 May 2011

What is your opinion about e-books and even more importantly, DRM?



I read a blog that was quite challenging and which I thought was interesting so for the sake of discussion and just because I think its time you creative types spoke up, I offer this link.


Let's see if anyone really cares ...


I am ideologically opposed to DRM. I think the world is going to become a very flexible place in this new on-line society and DRM is the stranglehold that will turn readers off. This isn't to say that our company or indeed any other Australian publisher feels the same way, of course. What do you think?


Some terrific reviews of our publishing in this month's Magpies magazine -- well done, Allayne Webster whose YA novel Stresshead was a hit.  And well done too, Eleanor Nilsson -- her title in the very popular Mates series, Aussie Dog, also got a big tick as did Randa Abdel-Fattah's Mate, Buzz Off!  We love reviewers when they do a good job.


Read, every day, something no one else is reading. Think, every day, something no one else is thinking. Do, every day, something no one else would be silly enough to do. It is bad for the mind to continually be part of unanimity. -- Christopher Morley, writer (1890-1957)

A note from your Conductor xx

1 comment:

  1. Hi friends,

    Electronic book, which is also known as e-book. E-books are sold at reasonable cost. They are effective, and they save you lots of room. It is a great replacement of printed books. It can be used on laptops, PCs or iPads, but today there are many specifically made gadgets for reading e-books being sold on the market. Thank you...

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