Originally posted by ehMax:
I'm going to state my opinion as fact. Period. Had to double check who was posting there... thought Trevor had returned.
No, TM hasn't returned. And I will miss the quicky web page creation tools, but have managed to replace them with freeware that does a pretty good job, for example, the BetterHTMLExporter plug-in for iPhoto makes a really nice page that you can customize, assuming you know a little HTML.
Which most beginners don't.
.Mac is a great tool that I wish Uncle Steve made affordable. I used to use it all the time. I would pay $20 for much less disk space and none of the extras. Per year. For me, and a bunch of other people, $150 (including 2 e-mail addresses for my wife and I) per year, ad infinitum, is far too much, and I can't be the only one in this forum that thinks so.
It would make a difference as well if .Mac had some sort of Canadian connection. If the charges were in CDN dollars, and no conversion had to be made. Perhaps a slight consideration for us Canadian folks who have to pay double what the people in the States do. It's that way with hardware, why can't it be that way with software?
Anyways, the .Mac thing has been ranted out in many many other threads a long long time ago, and I'm sorry I brought it up.
PS: but if .Mac dies by next year, I'll be the first to say "I told you so"...