On Sun, 26 Nov 2006 08:16:58 -0500, Peter T. Daniels
<grammatim@...> wrote:

> It's clear from the semiannual royalties reports that the vast majority
> of copies of WWS sell by "direct sales" for $50 (or sometimes $75),
> suggesting that the "discount" is nearly always in effect, [...].

Uh-oh. That could mean that their official sales price is bogus. I don't
go to Boston or Cambridge much at all, lately, but it would be interesting
to visit a bookstore to see what they are asking for it.

It would be nice if they would allow a revised edition.


Nicholas Bodley /*|*\ Waltham, Mass.
Micro-blog: "Bush family retainers are working to deprogram him, but the
president is loath to strip off his delusions of adequacy." -- Maureen
Dowd, NY Times, 2006-11-25