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Top of Form    Antoni Firner  24 Aug 09    4:28 PM MST 
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Thi sm all  arti cle  “Ne Bel giu pla ns  its  first  sol ar  pan el”,  http ://w ww .de nve rpo st.c om/ foo dre tail/ ci_ 131 435 13   abo ut a  bre wer  in  Col ora do,  that  exp ect s to  low er  ene rgy  cos ts.  On
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         Benjamin Agent  24 Aug 09    8:52 PM MST 
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Agent  Reply So  with  the  adven t of  cheap er  produ ction  cost  you  have  in fact  shifte d the  supply  to the  right.  Which  will  rebala nce  the  equilib ruim  of the  marke t to  down  (of  cours ceteri paribu s)  which  will  make  the  beer  cheap er. Re spon d    
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         Heather Weaver  30 Aug 09  10:04 AM MST 
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I think it  would be  the  opposite.  If the  quantity  supply  increase s it  would  shift to  the left,  eventuall increasin g the  equilibriu m.  Which in  turn  would  raise the  cost. This is  how I  rememb er what  line  changes:  Demand  shift one  or all  things  are  taken in  consider ation:  Price of  related  income,  income,  preferen ces, # of  buyers  and  expectati on. Supply  shift: one  or all of  the  follow 
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         Teneea Green  30 Aug 09    8:50 PM MST  Heather, I  think I  would have  to agree  with you.  Even  though the  solar panel  make  decrease  some of  their costs  over time,  you would  still have  other  factors to  consider.  On a  different  note I am  glad they  are doing  something  environmen tally  friendly. Respon d              Benjamin Agent  24 Aug 09    9:04 PM MST 
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sup ply  of  e- boo ks  can  be  ext end ed  thr oug co mp etti ng  co mp ani es  and  imp rov me nts  in  tec hno log we  ma see  boo ks  bec omi ng  coll ect ers  ite m... like  rec ord s.  So cial  cha nge  has 
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         Jesse Mundell  24 Aug 09  10:00 PM MST 
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Benja min, agree  100%  the  compl ement ary  good  that  follow electr onic  press  items  is a  conflic ting  factor.  Howe ver I  don't  see  that  lasting . As  you  state  the  social  chang es are  chang ing  quickl y. Our  gener ation  and  the  next  are  quickl adapti ng to  the all  digital  age.  With  the  introd
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         William Ulery  25 Aug 09  12:22 AM MST 
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Hello  Jesse  and  Benjami n, This is a  good  topic to  discuss,  I just  recently  started  noticing  that  compani es are  selling e- books.  You can  load  hundred s of  books on  to this  mini- compute r type  device. I  am not  really  sure  what to  think of  this  because  I to am  use to  just  picking  up a  book  going  from  page to  page. I  just  purchase d my e- book for  the first  time and  it is hard  for me to  get use 
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