I have enrolled RMSF in the “Kindle Bookmatch” program so anyone who purchases or has previously purchased it as a print book from Amazon.com will be able to get the Kindle version for $2.99, which is $4.00 less than the normal list price of $6.99
What? Is that really how Amazon sells e-books? Because I was under the impression that when I was buying a book, I wasn't really just buying a physical object, but the rights to read that book, as well.
By what warped logic should a digital copy be anything other than free for people who already bought the physical item (and correspondingly, rights to access the work)? After all, Amazon gives you free MP3s when you buy a physical CD - this is EXACTLY THE SAME thing.