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July 21, 2013

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john upton

Yes I guess this looks nice, but its another one of those softwares that you can't own, only rent by the month or the year. I guess that's where things are headed but it still rubs me the wrong way.

Rick Georges

I disagree, John. The subscription model is a way to keep the innovative software coming, and for those who create it to make a living. If the companies can't make money, why would they create software that makes our lives easier? We each have the option to spend our money on something else. However, if someone creates something that is worth it to us, we decide if we are willing to pay for it.

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