By Joaquim P. Menezes –

Browse iPhoneFans of HarperCollins’ Browse Inside say it’s quite different from a conventional e-book service.

Browse Inside allows consumers to digitally review the pages of books before making a purchase.

The New York Times describes it as “[replicating] in cyberspace the experience of going to a bookstore and flipping through a few pages before buying a book.”

I don’t quite agree.

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