I just had to renew Honey Bowtie’s subscription to Billboard and I did it, of course, on Magazines.com. But that’s a $299 order (side note: yes, Billboard is a ridiculously expensive magazine, but it’s such a great way to follow a broad cross-section of the industry), and because I’m running several tests on the site that I don’t want to skew with such a huge order, I had to very carefully step around all the spots on the site that would have tracked me and added my purchase to test results.

I am such a geek.

When a $300 order is a potentially bad thing

2 thoughts on “When a $300 order is a potentially bad thing

  • October 11, 2007 at 1:03 pm
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    Aww come on. There’s a certain B recipe that really could have used the help! 🙂

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  • October 11, 2007 at 1:10 pm
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    Man, you ain’t kiddin’, either. But then, as you know, personal biases don’t make for very reliable experimentation. They do, however, make for fun betting pools. 😉

    Besides, there’s a certain enhancement to that certain B recipe that could make all the difference in the world. But I’m not nagging or pressuring or anything. Much.

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