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It’s run by James Sime — someone who belongs in comics, much moreso than he belongs selling them.

I agree to give them a try, he updates my pull list on his Mac through the Comixology site, immediately updating on my i Phone.

I review the list — everything looks good — and tap the “checkout” button in the app.

Here’s a snippet from their news release: “The Comics by comi Xology App is a digital comic store, library and reader for i Phone and i Pod touch that is launching with over 100 titles available from twenty popular comic publishers and many independent comic writers.” The most exciting thing about this app is its ability to view entire pages of a comic at the same time.

Previous apps have split pages into smaller panels, which eliminates the joy of seeing the layout as the artists intended.

All at once, my sense tell me that things coming to a head, and, as Om Malik pointed out, we are at the end of an era.

It’s anyone’s guess how the next chapter of the social web will read, but a few experiences lately got me thinking.

The pull list is also a kind of personal relationship: I trust James to not only grab the titles that I’ve explicitly asked for, but to also suggest new books that I might not otherwise learn about.

He also has to set aside inventory that might otherwise be made available to his walk-in patrons — even though I might ultimately decide, “Y’know, I think I’ll pass on this one”, so in that way, he’s trusting me to be a reliable patron.

Pre-loaded funds are immediately withdrawn from my Apple i Tunes account; James receives an instant payment confirmation and I can take my comics to go without having ever reached for my wallet.” The other thing you can see in action with Comi Xology?

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