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3-20-2009 @ 6:41PM
I think you're mistaken - people won't pay for something that constantly breaks.If I paid $2/month for Carbonite (which I never would, Jame's guides are great), I'd expect it to work. If Blizzard came out, like they just did, and said - you can't charge, I sure as hell wouldn't pay for anything - you're just asking for it to break.Even if Carbonite continues to charge, why would anyone pay? Blizzard will constantly block Carbonite, Carbonite will then have to re-code to get around the block, and Blizzard will block it again. You'll be paying for an addon that probably won't work 90% of the time. Who in their right mind would pay for that??Good riddance to the pay addons.
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