So the sales team at G-Force got their software bundled with WMP, the default player shipped with Windows, and iTunes, the default player shipped with macs or bundled with iPods. Two media players that by their ancillary nature have almost no requirement to be any good, and by extension (if not more so) their visualisations.
Congratulations to their sales team for some good business sense but its hardly the voice of the consumer. The customers they get to their website are almost certainly ignorant users of WMP and iTunes who are unaware that other media players exist let alone other vis's. It might as well be a captive market since the customers are trapped in a padded cell of their own stupidity.
I conceed that within the original context of the discussion, yes, G-Force has probably made lots of money for the company; but not through any particular virtues of the visualisation software.
Maybe I'm wrong about the home vis market, dunno.
Originally posted by jheriko
I'm just bitter because nobody has done very much about Fridge and I don't have the time to spend writing much for it... makes me wish I hadn't wasted so much time when I wasn't working...
So you're bitter that everyone else has the same attitude towards fridge as you?