It's a common belief that an ebook should be cheaper than a physical book, because, well, there's no need to print the book. But do the economics of book production actually work that way? Over at Lifehacker, Gus examines the cost of product of ebooks to see if that's actually true. [Lifehacker]
Printing Isn’t The Costliest Part Of Producing Books
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