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I Bought MovableType 3.0

I bought MovableType today. I wasn't going to - not until 3.0 (minus the "D") at the very least - because the only blog I run is this one. One author, one blog, non-commercial. I purchased the software because, in the end, it cost me $12.48.

I'd previously contributed $50, which got me two "recently updated keys" and a $45 discount off of the $69.99 intro pricing. My 50% "beta tester discount" brough the total down even more. I had hoped that the 50% would be taken off of the $69.99, resulting in a free copy of the software, but their order page smartly moved the discount to the end. Drats! I was looking forward to the day Six Apart paid me $10 to buy their software. 🙂

Now I have a new Recently Updated key for less than the cost of a new CD.

3 Responses to "I Bought MovableType 3.0"

  1. I couldn't do it, the free copy of ExpressEngine which I recieved, with yearly upgrade fees of $19.95 are most definetly worth the dyanmic, PHP (eg: Readable code) website.

  2. Oddly, the Recently Updated key that I was given doesn't seem to actually work… It works now. It just doesn't show up right away anymore.

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