Um... lol wut?
There's no bandwidth cap beyond the maximum practical and theoretical capability of the servers and facility. You cannot double what has no total limit.
I completely agree with you man, and can relate to it. Especially since I have no money... ^^;Also, I read the consideration of a FurAffinity subscription fee idea for the future. The thought of the unique ability to customize your page is neat, but heh, it'd also be greatly appreciated if you could keep the current features free, for poor struggling artist like me paying out the wazoo for pre-med college and stuff. ^^;; I like my arts and I like postin' my arts. :3
*looks at Amazon stats* Pretty impressive. You're already up to $2350.
*looks at personal finances, sighs, clicks* Make that $2400.
I'm not very familiar with money orders. Are minors allowed to get those?
With legal issues, I mean the kid stealing mom's/dad's credit card to pay. Happens all the time, and there are legal battles fought. I've seen it first hand... And over a crappy five dollars!
thing is I think most furs have little to no money, yeah bonus features would be awsome. fact is I'm willing to bet that like 3/4 of the artists here have no money.
Dragoneer also once said that the ads would never be flashing. He owns FA and can change his mind as he pleases. It would please me to provide a similar cash stream to FA in return for avoiding the ad clutter. Especially flashing ad clutter...
Not sure the details on this, but there was something discussed about t-shirts FA was selling? Perhaps opening up to some merchandising could be beneficial to raise funds. Obviously donations would still be needed, just throwing in two cents.
What are you buying? What do you have, and what are the load averages on what you have?
Wouldn't bet against that. Come to think of how many artists do comissions ...thing is I think most furs have little to no money, yeah bonus features would be awsome. fact is I'm willing to bet that like 3/4 of the artists here have no money.
Wouldn't bet against that. Come to think of how many artists do comissions ...