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Kids around in favor of digital stuff as costly ingredients will ignite is yes it's partially benefits -- and it's actually more broadly to sort of digital publishing platform for Democrats like iPad iPhone.
So -- textbook publishing for the device textbook -- -- you know we also do want to South Carolina hello.
It's not just apple isn't -- textbooks -- to specific piece of -- so.
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There's a spectrum of things you can you can learn about a peso or some of them more basic -- more popular products -- vicinity categories there's things like.
Textbooks maybe some of the world's best selling textbooks and we just launched -- iPhone Clancy can actually have students on a shuttle.
Friday classic and it was themselves and their -- Wallace CNN arrived at her web browser hello like real test yeah I would -- -- I think the -- -- the back of the book now made interactive with feedback about and and it meals and -- -- -- really great consumer constantly some of the best selling cooking contents travel content from Wisconsin on the platform now live -- -- yeah and they had blackjack cooking wherever it.
So so basically.
You're kind of saying and -- hope would be that without having to love to -- textbook everywhere you think China.
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The weighted information is given to students and I can it was experts on the physical textbook and it's kind of crazy.
Mean why why we have the carrier and is being heavy books and even still -- -- if you're expecting long when you wanna learn about.
How to be -- what what's gonna happen to those nine months of your first pregnancy -- you have to go to physical books -- go to Amazon.com.
The last physical book today -- the e-book -- -- and it's not very good anything other than just text and so an inkling -- about bringing life to some of that content.
I totally understand it seems like the textbook is indeed antiquated.
Right but you know look here I've friends -- -- -- script every day because there is something about holding something in being able to write on here.
That helps in the learning process so -- -- say when people come Maggie with what I just said.
I you know -- -- -- didn't kill radio and -- and I don't think that they think there's gonna kill paper and books.
But it is all his life -- here is there's always some value in having.
Paper in her hand her book in you know it's people wanna curl up with a novel that's that's so cool but I think when it comes to learning about.
It how to make a room and the kitchen.
It's good to have videos it's good to have somebody talking through -- you know take quickly as to seek to understand what you're supposed to.
-- -- that's not America's paper.
You know and I have to say there's times when -- topic is confusing for me and I find it just trying to look for video of that -- listen to end and see it presented.
-- -- it sometimes helps supplement what you're struggling three.
Absolutely have that problem I think you have to didn't really care about what you're learning about interesting YouTube and find something.
It's kind of the time learning how to tie a tie OK you know though you can be as good enough but it is something more.
Serious in your life -- -- -- really -- maybe just taking up a new hobby.
You want something trusted that somebody -- -- and that's why I think publishers the entire publishing industry.
Continues to exist in the future even as physical books go away we wanted to experts point of view.
L and we make it possible for them to publish really terrific engaging media rich content.
Reliably across all these devices.
Us -- and -- perfect sense to me.
-- so it seems like a lot of the publishers and now there's are on board with -- products in the whole idea.
Yeah we have had a hard time getting publishers to bring their content of the platform -- does take effort to create something for anything you can't just sort of you know dump the book on to a device and hope for the best the way you handle it in books basically -- today -- the little elbow grease and do it.
But on I think -- on the whole pot publishers and men on board authors in particular have pushed so hard because they're the ones with the creative vision.
They're the ones who want to communicate their knowledge out to the world in a specific way.
And in love what it inkling as one of -- breed I think.
On the you'll see over the next few years redefining isn't going space I didn't price points we sell stuff for anywhere from about four dollars and -- AdSense for.
The better book of bacon if you wanna look at his -- for a cocktail -- firm -- for breakfast.
I wanna learn have to diet without getting there yeah well hold this actually made me more than pro ship which is at their books but anyway.
I'm in fifty dollars bet yet Daniel was financial and business standpoint people.
Wondered whether there was really a market for fifteen dollar act.
And and -- is that when it's quality content two and a half hours of high Def video search ability and attitude ability.
Fifty dollars is a great price because the equivalent stuff in -- on this paper that you don't front -- That's that's -- -- be eighty united books so you know making a price of the -- for textbooks for somebody -- -- -- just -- four -- -- -- analysts.
Yeah profit -- I as a whole book right.
So four bucks five bucks a chapter.
Or you know some the higher and books as -- as to -- -- of some of the big books and then.
Of the price in print so if you wanna open.
I'm just curious have you done any sort of pricing studies that show okay if junior would have by his entire syllabus -- the bookstore all textbooks it will cost and its.
First is if he just got on line if all those books were available in digital form.
Death you know -- -- digital prices typically range from between fifty to 70% of full list.
The reality is that students rarely pay full list right behind usually not right media getting used books are renting them.
-- -- digital ends up netting out somewhere equivalent with by secondhand books around.
Renting is often cheaper but then you lose the book you're not generated vision you know and you can -- with you for your academic commands and tell us forever are advancing well -- on the gone into -- is definitely forever we always get somewhere but otherwise it's not -- what does that mean should everybody gets to keep this stuff after the numbers in --
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