Date: Fri Jul 14 2000 - 05:48:36 PDT
In a message dated 7/13/2000 10:33:32 PM, email@example.com writes:
>> You know what would be cool? If there were some network out there that
>> would let me register interest in the book "Big Beyond Belief", which
>> then went out and notified any interested booksellers, headhunters,
>> weighttrainers, etc, that I'm willing to pay sweet sweet dollars for
>>the book, and then later one of them could notify me when they found the
>> book and could make it available for sale to me. The problem is, I
>> don't know who needs to know that I want this book, and likewise book
>> publishers don't know who needs to know that the book is available.
>I do wish there were a company out there working on this problem.
Could this by why Hummer Winblad thinks Napster was worth a big investment?
Fiddle with it some, and it could give you the text (if in digital form) or
at least information that Joe's Rare Books in Upper Deltoid Mississippi lists
it in the inventory list on his hard drive.
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