Re: Ken Coar's home page; a way out of e-zero-sum?

Kragen Sitaker (
Mon, 5 Jul 1999 18:44:51 -0400 (EDT)

Jim Whitehead writes:
> Now, it's dangerous to blindy extrapolate from this single case to larger
> populations (for example, perhaps sales of Greenspun's book on Amazon came
> at the expense of other books on Web publishing, and thus perhaps the
> overall market for books on Web publishing stayed the same).

Even if that were the case, those other books weren't as good as
Greenspun's book -- at least, none of the ones I've read were, and
presumably if they were, they would have gotten rave reviews too,

> As a devote of ambient music,

What's that?

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