The question in my topic is rhetorical. My faith in humanity dwindles, but I hope that my efforts can make an impact on some few individuals. It's a bit of a read, but this is an article from 2005, printed in the New York Times' economics section. It discusses the effect of Amazon's practice of selling new and used books next to each other, on the revenue for the sale of new books. I know that this isn't video games, specifically, but being a form of media, and entertainment, I hope that some of you will take the time to read this and see how it may reflect on the issues being discussed within the gaming industry and the used game market.