By Jason Snell
November 10, 2015 8:18 AM PT
Last updated July 15, 2020
Introducing Six Colors subscriptions
I love doing Six Colors. I’ve been doing it for 14 months now, and I want to keep doing for the rest of my career.
Our weekly sponsors allow me to assign Six Colors a big chunk of what I do with my overall work week (in addition to all the podcasting and freelance writing). But to keep the site thriving, it needs even more of my attention. That requires the support of readers like you1. The more support Six Colors has, the more time I can devote to it, rather than taking on more outside work to make ends meet.
So today I’m introducing Six Colors subscriptions. This is a way for you to support Six Colors, either on a monthly or annual basis.
But while subscribing to Six Colors will undoubtedly generate good karma, warm fuzzies, and other nice things, I don’t want this appeal to be based just on those intangible elements. If you’re going to spend your own hard-earned money to support the site, you should get something special in return. That’s why Six Colors subscriptions will have real benefits.
The primary goal of Six Colors remains to be a freely readable site that contains lots of great stuff about Apple and related technologies. Subscribing is entirely voluntary and should be done because you want to support us and get some cool extras. We want subscriptions to enable us to keep posting great material for everyone to read and share on the Web.
You’ll always find all the details on our subscription page.
Thanks for your consideration! And whether or not you decide to support the site via a subscription, thank you for reading. We hope to keep filling your browser windows and RSS readers with good stuff for years to come.
[updated in 2020 for simplicity’s sake]
- To my surprise, people have been asking since last year how they can directly support my work. I am honored that you would even think to ask. Thank you. This is how. ↩
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