The internet is all about freedom of information, but it's also a place of real business these days. Some of the older media are now charging for content behind a pay wall. Much like how newspapers charge readers for personal access to the content, so too are some websites.
Google today launched what it calls One Pass, which is an integrated subscription gateway manager tool that hopes to amalgamate subscriptions through a single login and payment system.
Check out Google's explanation video below:
This could be an alternative to Apple's subscription model, which was revealed yesterday.
Failsauce for all but corporate sheep who pay because they have so much money, small amounts means nothing to them anyway. This is a product that could only succeed in a world where people think the news paper is worth more than $0.25/day.
first, no ads at all. if you take ads out of news sites, i would pay, possibly 1 cent an article, and lets say 1 cent per article per hour or per 10 articles, which ever comes first.
at the end of the month, they get lump sums from google on how much people were there.
thats about the only way i would use it. any news where i have to pay before i can see it isnt worth reading, but news for free with ads striped is worth paying for.