PairOfMonocles13 karma2013-03-03 16:54:12 UTC
What does this do to prices? I see lots of people protest things tags they don't like and assume that the buying public should absorb slightly higher prices to cover the change. Most of the actual improvements that seem to become widespread enough to be meaningful involve someone working with the industries to make sure that the changes are price neutral so that they're not just adopted by a limited crowd willing to pay for it. Any success on this front?
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PairOfMonocles5 karma2013-03-03 20:31:54 UTC
I love this. This is the biggest sign for me that someone's serious about change. Someone screaming in a street is serious about being seen and heard, but someone who spends months researching and talking to people about an issue and who shows up in a suit with a plan is someone who's serious about change.
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