Edited Volume in stores July 13
eronald at cmapx.polytechnique.fr
Tue Aug 14 02:47:14 UTC 2001
I am sure Prentice Hall has a standard deep discount for authors. Springer
does 30%, no questions asked for anyone who has a paper in their
conference proceedings, as far as I know (I have my name on several
Springer LNCS Artificial Evolution covers).
btw, my suggestion is not really a joke, Prentice Hall will get their
share and more if we do a direct buy, the authors/editors will not be
deprived of their cut; only Amazon etc will be impeded from price gouging,
we can live with that.
Prentice would probably be prepared to ship a case of these books to ESUG
*really* cheaply, if you ask them now.
On Mon, 13 Aug 2001, Bijan Parsia wrote:
> --On Monday, August 13, 2001 7:49 PM +0200 Edmund Ronald
> <eronald at cmapx.polytechnique.fr> wrote:
> > Sounds like maybe the authors should purchase copies at a discount,
> Where? Where? I can't seem to purchase them *at all*.
> > and
> > the sell them to people on the list, and sell at amazon price,thereby
> > making money off the work they did. If people here want to make a list for
> > such a purpose, my money is on the table.
> How about autographed copies? With errata? ("Damn it, it's *Bijan*, not
> "Bjarne"!! How could *I* get it wrong!?!?!?") With little crude drawings of
> what might be a mouse or hedgehog or really fuzzy snake? :)
> Bijan Parsia.
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