We’ve just pushed a significant update to Acorn pricing:
- Acorns are now $1 apiece, down from $5.
- There’s a minimum purchase of $5 required when buying (mostly to help defray PayPal fees on low transaction amounts)
- We’ve adjusted the amount of impressions they buy accordingly — Acorns are now worth 100 impressions each.
- Supporters will still get up to $20 in Acorns each month, which equates to up to 20.
- This means attachments are now $1 each for normal users (Supporters get unlimited attachments for free)
- Finally, every 10 Acorns you purchase earns you one free.
We’ve already updated your existing Acorn counts appropriately (e.g. if you had 1 before you now have 5).
We hope this helps alleviate some of the concern around attachment pricing, as well as offers more flexibility when buying Acorns to promote posts.
Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick Photographed for the August Issue of Vogue by Mario Testino
Nature Neuroscience, one of the world’s leading peer reviewed scientific journals, has put out a whole issue dedicated to autism and autism-spectrum disorders that is freely available to everyone. I happen to have a hard copy of it and it’s a comprehensive collection of all the recent advances in that field. Click on the link to access a copy of the issue, which includes news, commentaries, research articles, reviews and more. Another nice thing is that it integrates findings from multiple levels of research (top-down), which means that there are articles about behavior, systems, the role of transmitters, molecules, etc…