Jun 26th 2009 5:00PM I'm going to quote myself here:
"Thats not to say you shouldn't warn people against purchasing EULA violating software or frown upon forum posts that are ads. "
So yeah, I don't like that kind of advertising...its extremely annoying. But I don't think it necessarily makes him a shady guy. He might just need to take some marketing courses.
Jun 26th 2009 4:09PM You seem to have conflicting opinions on software costs. On one had you pay (at least) $15 a month to blizzard for their software, but on the other hand, you don't like that this guy wants to sell his software. If he took the time to build it, it works well, and people want to buy it...then why is he a shady quick buck making businessman?
Thats not to say you shouldn't warn people against purchasing EULA violating software or frown upon forum posts that are ads.
I just don't get the argument that his software costing money doesn't still help and build a community of multiboxers.
Jun 26th 2009 3:37PM What is shady about someone advertising software? I find ads as annoying as anyone, but they're not exactly shady. Even if he is only streaming the video to sell his software, I don't see anything wrong with that. If his program sucks or he is just taking money and not delivering, thats one thing. But this type of marketing isn't really uncommon or anymore shady than any advertising.
I must be missing something.