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December 01, 2011



This seems like a really interesting funding model (although I'm a bit disappointed that it's Windows-only at this stage).

Are there a few bugs to work out? e.g. "Pay $8 and watch the film up to three times" versus the home screening kit at $40 + shipping "for individuals who would like to screen the film with friends and family, in their home or other personal venue." I assume that no one cares if those (at most) three times I'm outputting from my computer to a TV and that the price differential is largely a fee for the DVD?

Carolyn McCulley

Hi, Dave! Yes, as a Mac user myself I am eager for PUMit to be made available on Mac's OS early next year. That's the price of being part of a beta project, I'm afraid. As to the difference between the PUMit and home DVD options, think of it as the difference between a rental and a purchase. Both efforts are helping to fund HIV prevention programs in addition to providing a viewing experience. Thanks for your interest!

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