On Thu, 11 Jan 2001, Rahul Dave wrote:
--]Shrinkwrap is expensive though. In Humane interface Jef Raskin talks about
--]the basic data and methods being sold at a reasonable upfront price (or
--]perhaps even free), with bundles of additional methods being paid for as needed.
Shrink warp is the last reosrt of the unconnected.
Most all apps and services are now get/use able on the great pipe.
Distribution to spread the "cost" is easily down via mirroring or
placement (wuarchive, boom box, winfiles, tucows)
Documentation via deadtree media is still a need for many. In this case
its either a PrintOnDemand service or a DIY system.
(its amazing how good a DIY book can be)
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