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Print is Dead’s Jeff Gomez on Bloget’s Saving Book Publishing Post

Submitted by Chris on Friday, 06/6/08One Comment

I’ve held off on commenting on Henry Blodget’s recent post entitled How to Save the Book Publishing Industry, as much has already been written.  But I do want to point out Print is Dead’s Jeff Gomez’s take on the article, which I think sums things up nicely.

…this all just goes to show what publishers are up against. I mean, do people really think — in the face of enormously changing consumer habits and online trends — that it’s that simple? The fact is, many people do indeed think it’s as easy as just slashing prices.

Click through for Jeff’s entire post which likens Blodget’s argument to a past Seinfeld episode.

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  • NYT’s David Pogue and the Blind Pirates | INDEX // mb said:

    [...] publishing. In that regard, Pogue’s post is successful. But a quick reality check: this thing is complicated. Hiding from it is naive. Jumping in with both feet probably is too. Pogue is “happy” [...]

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