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I'm a regular reader of Salon.com. When they asked for subscribers several months ago, I gladly paid them the $30/year they requested. Why not? Why should I be able to read what writers write for free? Don't the writers deserve to get paid? Don't the hundreds of web designers deserve to get paid for working to get these pages up? I'm being informed and entertained all at the same time.


Count me in - this is the ONE SITE I would pay actual hard dollars to be a part of - no question at all. If TMF is concerned about covering their costs, I would suggest that they do something that we can all live with.

I think I'll also post this to "Improve the Fool" board.

Jon
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