- This looks like a good and simple system. You forgot to put their
URL, so here it is: http://www.awe-struck.net
--- In ms_reader@y..., "Mary Taffs" <mtaffs@s...> wrote:
> At 01:58 PM 11/30/2001 +0000, you wrote:
> >Here are some features that would make "eGift" technology
> >and be really cool.
> I think that Awe-Struck E-Books has a very nice mechanism for
> gift certificates. You go to their site at www.awe-struck.net
> and click on the gift certificate link. You can choose the number
> of books to give (3 for $12, 5 for $18, or 8 for $28). Once you've
> bought the gift certificate, you get a link to a page to print out for
> your receipient - it looks like a gift certificate and there's a
> to fill in for your order number (needed for getting the books).
> Then, give the certificate to the recipient any way you'd like.
> When they're ready to redeem their certificate, they visit the
> site and make their selections, then go to the special
> page where they enter the names of the books (and formats -
> Awe-Struck has MS Reader, ebookman, hiebook, Palm, etc.,
> as well as plain html) as well as they email address and the
> order number. Via email, they receive the information to
> download those books, and soon they're happily reading away
> thanks to your thoughtful generosity!
> Mary Taffs mtaffs@s... http://www.marytaffs.com
> Welcome to Nash's - just released from Awe-Struck E-Books