Software on Mac

A. John Watson watson_j at bms.com
Mon Jun 17 09:02:49 EST 1996

In article <robin_beech-1406961315270001 at bluejay.parasitology.mcgill.ca>,
robin_beech at maclan.mcgill.ca (Robin Beech) wrote:

> I believe they have thought of that one! One registered copy with one key
> costs something like $3500, an extra Eve key costs about $300 but you
> can't get a third key without another $3500 license fee. Only two keys per
> package unfortunately. If you could get up to 4-5 keys before having to
> spend another $3500 it might make the cost a bit more reasonable for large
> groups. On the other hand it would tend to penalize groups who only wanted
> 1-2 keys. As far as I can tell almost all the DNA packages are protected
> by this kind of key system, maybe that's why they are so expensive. Or
> should that be the other way around? ;-)

Well, yes, I didn't mean to imply that one could get an *infinite* number
of EVE keys.  Kodak also limited each registered copy to one additional


John Watson
Bristol-Myers Squibb Co.
watson_j at bms.com
"If you're not part of the solution, you're part of the precipitate."

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