DL>From: David Lloyd-Jones <firstname.lastname@example.org>
DL>Subject: Re: Re: Lyris
DL>At 12:56 PM 12/1/96 -0800, Brian J. Murrell wrote:
DL>>from the quill of email@example.com (David B. Smith) on scroll
DL>>> If the product is worth X, why is a person who fully utilizes the
DL>>> product paying Y?
DL>>Thank-you. You have hit the nail square on the head.
DL>And the answer is simple enough for a child to understand: Nobody is forcing
DL>them to pay Y; they are only likely to pay Y if it is in fact worth enough
DL>more than Y to them in their judgement to change from what they were doing
What percentage of mailling list software companies use exactly the same
sort of pricing structure?
So, what was that about choice, again?
X SLMR 2.1a X Been there, done that, got the T-shirt.
>> David B. Smith Email firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
>> Sysop, American Tune BBS "The cure for all the ills of Democracy
>> is more Democracy!" -- NY Gov. Al Smith
>> My views are sometimes not even my own, much less anyone else's.
>> My employers don't necessarily speak for me, either, 'natch.