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Posted at 8:31am and tagged with: Tech, Technology, Disruption, Education, Publishing,.

If you want to see disruptive change in the textbook market, then, you’d need to identify both a potential supplier of the product with no stake in propitiating the incumbents, and a buyer of the product for whom the product solves a problem. My suspicion is that your best bet would be to have the supplier and the purchaser be, in some sense, the same entity.
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