More than choc mint ice cream. And only SLIGHTLY less than raspberry jello (we all KNOW that nothing beats raspberry jello).
Congratulations guys, you’ve out done yourself with the new version. I was so impressed with it I decided not to upgrade my license. No … I bought a complete new one. I might have been a bit hasty with that as I now sit with another 1.x license (which I presume i can upgrade to v2 on the 1st of Nov).
And ha, yes, you’ve accidentally bought yourself another 1.x licence. But no fear - just drop David a line on sales AT literatureandlatte DOT com and he can either give you a full refund so you can buy again on Monday, or a refund of $20 and give you a 100% discount coupon (as the update is $25). We messed up a bit by not being clearer via the app that you couldn’t buy 2.0 yet - we were relying on people reading what it said on the NaNo.html page, but I should know better. But we will sort out everyone who has bought a second 1.0 licence accidentally.
Thanks again for your kind words! Glad you like 2.0.
Are you suggesting that someone, anyone, in userland or L&L has to add thinking to their repertoire? Is there space in anyone’s brain for actual thinking at the moment?
There’s far too much (bugfixing | documenting | learning | using | posting | flogging | testing | writing | coding | promoting | supporting | reading) to be distributed across the (user &| L&L) camp to fit any thinking in for the time being, surely …
Or untimely (and more than likely unprecedented) resurrection, come to that…
Sadly I shall be in pastures new until Monday, however I shall reach over the fence during my sojourn should the opportunity present itself.
I am resisting, thus far with 99% success, the temptation to include the perceived entropic factor resulting from the stereotypical, and in many cases undeserved, ‘group reputation’ of a certain recent influx of samples into the equation you present above, but in the interests of science I think we may have to add a second corpse to proceedings as it would be remiss to pass up such a rich vein of controversy.
Well, I did say 99% success. I trust the obfuscation is, in this case, appropriate
Gosh, I could have sworn I saw it move after that one.