On 21/03/02 13:16, "Bradford Schmidt" <brad_at_bradfordschmidt.com> wrote:
> What ever became of the pricing queries for more info?
> I just demo'd it FINALLY and it's great - but 85 bux is more than I can
> afford right now.
> Was there ever an actual deal put together?
Yes, there was some kind of a group purchase setup in February or maybe
January where when you would order online from Silverware, you would put in
the comment field that you were part of NewtonTalk and you would be charged
$45 instead of $85, which is quite a good deal. I still think that MI at $85
is way overpriced, but that's just my opinion...
I guess we could write to Lisa of Silverware to check...
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