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March 03, 2011


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Alan Fricker

The other thing that struck me with 26 loans and then ffft is the difference between a loan and a read.

In the course of 26 loans of an item how many of those turn into actual full reads and how many are just picked up, placed on one side and then brought back again? Or only a few pages? And how does that translate in an electronic environment where it should be very easy to pick up a bunch of stuff and very easy to ignore it.

I had this when debating a potential per use payment model for ebooks with a supplier. If someone accesses an ebook for a few seconds is this a use.

Anyway - you get the idea.

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