It is hard to imagine that I would enjoy reading a 5,000 word essay on the nuances of software pricing strategies, especially since it includes graphs, bar charts and terms like "Net present value." But Joel Spolsky, CEO of Fog Creek Software and writer about software development, management, business and the Internet is the ultimate "edu-tainer" in his post Camels and Rubber Duckies.
He is an excellent and hilarious writer who reminds me of a Dave Barry for engineers. And despite his inconclusive recommendations, "Charge $0.05 for your software. Unless it does bug tracking in which case the correct price is $30,000,000," I learned a ton about pricing that will help me in my business.
Take a read. I guarantee you will laugh out loud and learn something useful in the process.