Perhaps for $99 that would include a second seat.
The gain then would be in that activation and management of licenses would be cheaper because the users would do that.
This does beg the question however, let's say I have one seat...
Hash Inc goes to the proposed scheme and for $99 offers a second seat and the ability to move the license to any two machines.
All well and good thus far.
But now I think... I sure would like to put A:M on that other laptop so my kid would stop interrupting me and they could just use that laptop to create their own A:M things.
Do I purchase a second $99 set of seats?
I don't think there is currently an option (via Hash Inc store) for quickly adding seats in this way.
As 'access is in the license' I think the solution is fairly straightforward.
Having Steve at Graphic Powers communicate how they get it done to Jason will help immensely.
And I think they are both geographically close to each other in the Portland area.
So what we have in the wishing well at this moment in time might be:
$79 one seat locked to a single computer
$99 two seats with license managed via login
Additional seats to be negotiated.
This would get us back very close to how we operated back in the CD days but without being reliant on the CD for authentication of licensing.
I'm I keeping up thus far?