Why 10 hours for a newbie and 30 days for a "programmer" ?

Dan Shafer revdan at danshafer.com
Wed Sep 1 14:21:12 EDT 2004

A week with no meter is just as useless in my experience.

You open it, decide to check it out, get distracted, come back in a few 
days and it's no longer working.

The decision to limit by hours of use rather than be elapsed calendar 
days is brilliant. The number may or may not need adjustment, but the 
principle is right.

Just my opinion, as usual.

On Sep 1, 2004, at 11:07 AM, Roger.E.Eller at sealedair.com wrote:

> 10 hours! You get more time with a Free AOL CD, and we all know what
> happens to those. Seriously though, busy people will start the 
> DreamCard
> demo, then become distracted by a customer or something, and the meter
> will continue to run until the time is gone. I think at least a week 
> would
> give most people a fair chance to test the product.
> Roger Eller <roger.e.eller at sealedair.com>
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