I’ve been reading a lot of e-books these days, and I’d buy more than I currently do if the publishers weren’t so pants-on-head retarded in their pricing, policies, (and especially) DRM practices. The truth is very simple, and the current giants of commercial publishing will just flat DIE if they don’t comprehend this very soon:

No one ever woke up and said, “Gosh, I wish there was a way I could get an e-book that does less than the books I’m accustomed to.”

No one ever will.

From Digital Lysenkoism: DRM, “Social DRM,” and The Madness of Publishers.