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2016 APM Reference Guide: Application Performance Monitoring

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Why Paying For Web Services Can Make Sense

December 15, 2011 No Comments

We’ve all had a favourite service that shut down after it couldn’t stay afloat. Some — like my favourite extension, Xmarks — got lucky and were bought out by a bigger company. Others, like Drop.io, were bought out and changed or never heard from again. We’ve often talked about which services are worth paying for, but Macie at previously mentioned Pinboard makes a different point: It’s not just a matter of principle. Paying is sometimes the only thing that can keep these services around.

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