On 1/30/06, tsumeruby / tsumelabs.com <tsumeruby / tsumelabs.com> wrote:
>
> Okay, If I pirated loads of books, what is the point of reading a book many
> times unless its a reference book like the pickaxe? I don't think some books
> could be considered for repetitive reading. So once the book is read, it
> becomes useless to the holder.

Thank goodness for libraries, right!

> I do understand people do pirate books to read them before buying them, and
> even programs out there which show parts of the book just aren't enough to
> judge a book before buying, but I don't think someone needs to spam everyone
> on the list with huge attachments.

Don't misunderstand me in regards to my copyright tirade before...what
the "book emailer" did was wrong. I'm just saying now that it is done
there isn't much we can do about it.

> There should really be a "trial book" from
> the publishers if people wished to perform this type of engagement.

Again libraries can be of use here.

Ryan