Dave Winer wrote:
It's lame to charge for weblog software based on how many weblogs you make and how many authors there are. A weblog isn't that big a deal.
To me, it's not whether a weblog is a big deal or not. Importance of a feature is subjective and, in the end, nothing is a big deal. Besides, making a big deal out of nothing is what marketing is all about. Remember Seinfeld?
This comment over at Joi Ito's blog regarding the impact of Six Apart's new license hit me hard:
6A essentially fired its old Sales and Marketing staff…
The key lesson here is that you shouldn't be messing with the viral aspect of your product.