[Jobs] Employment Seminar Recordings available.doc
kevin at kevinlarose.net
Sat Jul 30 14:39:03 CDT 2011
For what it's worth...
It is quite common and reasonable practice to charge a fee when the sending of a CD is involved, as this includes burning, packaging, and snail mailing the CD. It doesn't seem to me, though, that someone merely downloading the program should be charged the same as someone ordering a CD. There is not nearly as much labor involved in that. If the person ordering the CD is charged $10, wouldn't it be reasonable to offer the downloader a reduced price, say $5? That seems more equitable to me, and the producer still gets some renumeration. Just my 2.5 cents.
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