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I'd love to see results from these. The idea is great on paper but never pans out, everyone I know who has tried a variation of this has felt it wasn't worth the time it took to invest in it.

I have a healthy skepticism in the model but would love to be proved wrong.

Clyde Smith

I guess it also depends on who "everyone I know who has tried a variation of this" happens to be.

It actually makes more sense to me than a lot of current efforts I'm seeing. Not because subscriptions are a new idea, since they're not, but because of the focus of Drip.fm on labels like Stones Throw that have a cult following and my perception that they actually know what they're doing on the tech end.

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