So it was great news to read their newspaper ad about 10 days ago promoting a free weekend to “try e Harmony for free.” “All weekend long you’ll be able to communicate with people you’re matched with for FREE!
” Buried in the “help” section was a “special notice” sure to disappoint many: “Fast Track and Photos are only available during the free weekend if you are a paid subscriber.” [website 11/17/06] So, if you find the person of your dreams on paper, you will have no idea what they look like. Now, since it is “free communication” weekend, you can simply ask for a picture, right? “Free communication” is a term of art used by e Harmony, and refers to an anonymous, structured communication system (“guided communication”) that uses sets of pre-defined questions that can be sent to the potential love of your life.
So this is very good news for all flash developers!
I am a fan of Adobe Photoshop, the powerful image-editing software that graphic designers love.
For that, you need to subscribe to e Harmony for fees ranging from .95 (one month) to 1.40 (year).
Like Adobe Remix, the hosted Photoshop service is set to be free and marketed as an entry-level version of Adobe’s more sophisticated image-editing tools, including Photoshop and Photoshop Elements.
Asking somebody out on a date is nervousness inciting.
You can easily relate to the tension and stress you feel as to what your crush would answer. One blogger proposed Twitter users to click the screenshot of the reaction and share it on twitter.
You must go through four stages of “guided communication” before you get to more “open communication.” You cannot use “Fasttrack” that bypasses the canned questions and permits more opened-ended, but anonymous emails.
So, it appears you neither get to see nor really communicate instantly with your matches during the “free” weekend.
Software publishers have often produced free or inexpensive “lite” editions.