Amazon Pricing Scams

I don’t know if Amazon is directly behind this or it is some other puddle of scum. Just wanted to give a heads up to my customers. One thing is for certain, Amazon is definitely complicit in this, not weeding out the scum. Please note the north of $1500 price for my logic book. I …

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The Indie Book Store Solution

This is part of a discussion I started on Linked-in. Since it is important I thought I would post a version of it here for those who don’t belong to that group or Linked-in. —- Lots of places have tried various methods of solving the Indie book store survivability problem. Most Indie book stores actually …

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Watching the Sun Set on Amazon.com

There are financial blogs which pay people to make pretty pretty graphs without providing any real information, and then there are blog posts which have actual information.  You can either have pretty pretty graphs with no information or you have to read. Years ago I said Amazon.com was entering its final stages and now others …

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Barnes and Noble Missing Major Revenue Stream

Let’s be up front here. There is simply no way I’m going to purchase an Apple product or give Apple money. Did that years ago because a contract required it and I will never do it again. Given that, it should come as no surprise to you I’m considering the purchase of a SanDisk Clip …

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Discount DVDs – The Factory

This Saturday I visited the local Big Lots and dug through their bins of $3 and $5 movies. This pursuit has become quite regular since Block Buster ended its DVD by mail business and I have found a suitable replacement. No, Netflix is neither suitable nor a replacement. I don’t mind buying up “end lot” …

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