A thorough report showed up on PCWorld today about innovation and consumer outrage. The well-researched piece included this tidbit:
"So far, 5892 Amazon users have tagged electronic Kindle books 36,704 times with the 9 99 boycott tag."
I've commented on this topic before in Jim Butcher's Ghosts 1 and 2, but if you are interested in understanding why publishers are settling on such high ebook prices, the PCWorld article is a good resource.
What do you think about ebook pricing? Where do you draw the line?
Update #1 (3/06/2011): Amazon has removed the tag feature from their Kindle titles. Coincidence?