[APG Public List] Update: Anyone bought a "Direct Text" PDF from SUNY Press?

Debbie Parker Wayne debbie at debbiewayne.com
Tue Dec 28 15:57:45 MST 2010

I got a response from SUNY Press. I indicated I would update the APG 
list once I had an answer.

The "Direct Text" PDF version of a book *does *have a 180-day access limit.

As of 1 January 2011, the book I asked about will no longer be available 
as a "Direct Text." A PDF version will then be offered at the same price 
as the paperback edition.  It "will be accessible all time, with no time 
out restrictions."

The wording of the response isn't clear as to whether this applies to 
all "Direct Text" offerings or just the book I asked about. If it 
applies to all SUNY Press books this will be a good way to get 
scholarly, historical books without needing a new bookshelf and without 
being tied to a particular e-book reader. Now if University of Texas 
Press and others will also offer PDFs I will be very happy.

Regards, Debbie

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Debbie Parker Wayne wrote on 12/22/2010 9:50 AM:
> Has anyone on the list ever purchased a "Direct Text" PDF from SUNY 
> Press such as the one listed here for Lisi Krall's new book /Proving 
> Up: Domesticating Land in U.S. History/:
> <http://www.sunypress.edu/p-4987-proving-up.aspx>

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