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Brandon H

Nobody mentioned a special thread, you have now alerted the non-subscribers to the babes thread.

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Glassed Silver

-has reported this nonsense- :shiftyninja:

Exactly. :shiftyninja:

I need everybody involved to look this way please.

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~Johnny

On topic guys, on topic... :p

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shakey

On topic guys, on topic... :p

I'll get a subscription if you can some how star me in the hit movie "Hackers". I want to play as Angelina Jolie and wear skin tight spandex :p

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Growled

On topic guys, on topic... :p

There is a topic in all this madness?

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+jamesyfx

There is a topic in all this madness?

Yes.

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Yummy.

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Glassed Silver

Off topic batman loves this thread!

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Praetor

Give more prizes and/or incentives to subscribers; it can be in a form of a physical one (t-shirt, mugs, etc.) or a virtual one (discount to software, vouchers for a online store), but tech related. Also it helps getting the felling that when subscribing to Neowin, you are subscribing to a site, not only helping covering the costs but getting a great service that pays off.

Also just saw the subscriptions available now: they are very similiar, having very small diferences; i think they should be more broad and it's the diferences that give them more value.

also a wacky sugestion: a 99 tier that, for every post that subscriber does an automated post is added saying "best intelligent post ever!" or "yes...yes i agree with this post!".

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Glassed Silver

Give more prizes and/or incentives to subscribers; it can be in a form of a physical one (t-shirt, mugs, etc.) or a virtual one (discount to software, vouchers for a online store), but tech related. Also it helps getting the felling that when subscribing to Neowin, you are subscribing to a site, not only helping covering the costs but getting a great service that pays off.

Also just saw the subscriptions available now: they are very similiar, having very small diferences; i think they should be more broad and it's the diferences that give them more value.

also a wacky sugestion: a 99 tier that, for every post that subscriber does an automated post is added saying "best intelligent post ever!" or "yes...yes i agree with this post!". [emphasis mine]

Holy... forum mess batman...

God no!

The rest sounds good.

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TCA

Off topic batman loves this thread!

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Now GS you know the Bat signal is not a beeper.

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Dan~

I'm a subscriber, have been for a few years but won't be renewing again, purely on the fact I don't get anything back, but there is nothing to get back in all honesty. I don't really use Neowin a great deal these days anyway.

Being a subscriber and getting a free tshirt is a good idea, but I wouldn't wear it, or I would but I'd still wear my shirts over the top.

I honestly think you should just keep it as it is.

Prehaps get rid of the different levels of subscriber, so it's just 1 level at ?15 a year?

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f0rk_b0mb

How about the ability to disable the curse word filter? I don't mind seeing **** , **** , etc. IMO, this should be a non-subscriber option.

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Glassed Silver

How about the ability to disable the curse word filter? I don't mind seeing **** , **** , etc. IMO, this should be a non-subscriber option.

The original words don't actually get stored.

They get replaced by asterisks on the fly upon writing the entry to disk.

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remixedcat

a little something might prevent me from renewing..... hmmmmmmm

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f0rk_b0mb

a little something might prevent me from renewing..... hmmmmmmm

What would that be? :)

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remixedcat

What would that be? :)

PM me

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Glassed Silver

PM me

No need to.

I know the answer:

lack of boobie threads in the secret area that doesn't exist...

Once again, I need every non-subscriber involved to look this way please...

... :p

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remixedcat

LOLz

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Growled

I'm a subscriber, have been for a few years but won't be renewing again, purely on the fact I don't get anything back, but there is nothing to get back in all honesty. I don't really use Neowin a great deal these days anyway.

I've struggled with this for years. I really can't think of one reason for me to become a subscriber other than to help the site.

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Kamran Mackey

Well I think it would be nice if the Free users like me was allowed to create a blog. Just saying.

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Marshall

Well I think it would be nice if the Free users like me was allowed to create a blog. Just saying.

I'm afraid this won't be an option as Neowin is discontinuing blogs completely.

See the following Thread

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Richard C.

Personally I'd like the idea of adding my own personal custom background or skin as a Tier2, as a few other people have said, it wouldn't bother me in the slightest that others could or couldn't see it, and I've seen it done on other IPB based forums.

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Damo R.

I've struggled with this for years. I really can't think of one reason for me to become a subscriber other than to help the site.

which is always a good reason (Y)

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Ryoken

Thinking if we add Darkside on any future version of the site, to be a subscriber only feature.

If you add darkside, to the homepage/articles as well, I'll sub in a heart beat. I can't stand black text on white background..

I dislike the 10min idea.. I read most of the articles from the clicking the links in the IRC.. if I get a 'You need to wait 10min before you can view...' I probably won't bother returning to it.. Subs are supposed to be bonuses for people that pay, not a handycap for those that don't imho.

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