Rev Media and the product line gap
jperryl at ecs.fullerton.edu
Tue Mar 28 02:51:11 EST 2006
Okay, I'll grant that, but this assessment seems more generalized than
a specific response.
As for Media, at $49 and with a boatload of templates, what's not to like
for the "hobbyist"/"inventive user" market?
And yet, there also seems a wide yawning chasm between Media and whatever
the next-up category is currently called (is it Express? Studio? Sorry,
names change too much, my neurons fire too infrequently, and I just can't
keep track of name/option changes).
It's a huge leap, financially and options-wize, between the two product
I don't get it. But it's late and I've spent 12+ hours at Disneyland with
the birthday kiddies, so am probably more than usually brain-drained.
Ignorance is indeed bliss... as is sleep...
On Mon, 27 Mar 2006, Lynn Fredricks wrote:
> > And, I must be missing it, so, I'll ask,
> > So, what was wrong exactly with DreamCard???
> It was a poorly positioned product.
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