From: Barry Ma (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Wed Sep 27 2000 - 17:01:01 PDT
Thanks for the info.
Here is my speculation: When we have clicked and bought books from their websites, they both - the searcher and the bookstore - know how we got there. Then they could split the profit by their contract.
On Wed, 27 September 2000, "Bob Weber" wrote:
> The website http://www2.bestbookbuys.com/ will "shop" all the internet
> sources for books and summarize price and delivery information from them
> all. Just type in the title, author, or ISBN and let it fly. A great
> service, although I wonder how they make their money.
> Bob W.
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