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For any of you that do some web stuff - you might be interested in the BrowserCam service, that lets you see what a web page looks in different browser, and also gives remote access to a huge number of virtual servers with various configurations, operating systems and browsers. I frequently use the latter service, not only to test in e.g. a mac browser, but it is also helpful now and then to test things from a fresh computer outside the "usual network".

Anyways - BrowserCam offers a good deal for independent developers, where one gets access to the full premium service, that costs bigger businesses $999, for only $40. Basically one full subscription is split where each participant gets a log in.

To jump in on this deal, see here: http://www.fundable....3-30.7720035518
(I don't get any referral or commission for this, but I have an interest that this fundable.com pledge fills up!)

To read more about BrowserCam:
BrowserCam.com

More info about the affiliates program, and their partnership with fundable.com
http://www.browserca...Affiliates.aspx
(the above for information on this offer - I first thought that it was illegimate use of their premium subscription, but they endorse it)
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...I first thought that it was illegimate use of their premium subscription, but they endorse it)


Sound like an interesting product, and kudos to BrowserCam. I wish more software companies would be more hip-to-the-fact that small companies don't always have the overhead to afford expensive products and services. And if those software companies would offer a reduced price to smaller outfits and sole proprietorships it would actually benefit them in the long run.

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This is up for renewal, and there is room for more people to join this group - please look up this link at fundable for signing up - the amount is still $40, but we need more people to join!
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Hi there!
My name is Kenn Min Chong, and I am the Product Manager for the BrowserCam service here at Gomez, Inc. It has come to our attention recently that Fundable is now closed and as such the option to form group purchases is now impossible because of this.
As you know, the Fundable option allowed you to literally subscribe to a Premium - all access account to BrowserCam for as little as $40 a year (or just $3.33 a month!) per person. As such, we would like to work with you guys on getting a more reliable alternative to Fundable. Before we go down this path though, we would like to know the level of interest from the public on this. Please reply to this tread to indicate your interest. Thanks again!

Kenn Min Chong
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BrowserCam, A Gomez Service




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