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That's apparently true, but they claim that they can produce a
MAC-readable version on demand. I'm following this up.
On Fri, 30 Jul 2004, Steve Abrams wrote:
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> On Jul 29, 2004, at 4:48 PM, Linton Freeman wrote:
> > Empirical Press uses a company called Booksurge to print its volumes on
> > demand. When you order, they print your book and send it out within 48
> > hours. Without inventory, they are able to sell books at very low
> > cost.
> > My book, for example, is bound as a trade paperback, runs to 218 pages
> > and
> > sells for $15.99 (that's only 13.29 in euros!).
> They also offer a non-printable Ebooks download of the book for $7.99.
> Mac users beware, though. The Ebook is a Windows executable and the
> web site doesn't tell you that until after you've purchased it
> (non-refundable). The acknowledgment of the purchase includes an email
> to contact, but no hints as to the manner in which a Mac user can
> access the Ebook. I've yet to receive a reply from my email and a
> phone call to customer support this afternoon resulted only in a
> promise that someone would call me.
> Guess I'll have to wait for my paperback ...
> Steve Abrams
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