Two points relevant to my last post about ebook and iTunes pricing

1) Lifehacker recently ran a poll on how much people were willing to pay for an ebook, and only 5% agreed to go over $10. Most were happy to pay between $5 and $10.

2) Warner Bros. has revealed on their earnings call that sales growth for certain music tracks on iTunes slowed after prices were raised. What seems like common sense is apparently a mystery to music executives.