Re: IFM on the brink of starvation
i think the problem is that most people think its free anyway, so why pay for it!? and i can perfectly understand this reason for not paying. i agree itd be good to give members some more incentives. but then.. what if its not there anymore? wouldnt you miss it? isnt that reason enough?
i dont even listen as much to ifm as i used to do when it was still cbs. but i feel that we are living in a world where the chances to get to listen to music we like are pretty limited and ifm is the best deliverer. to loose it would be disastrous. and to me thats worth sth. so i donate some. not much more than a gesture of goodwill, im afraid, but on a regular basis. to give a little bit back of what i receive and also because i hope it helps to keep it going. and it does not hurt me, far from it.
so i would always recommend a small donation, cause even if its free you got to consider whats its worth for you and if you would whine if its gone.