Well, I guess you are right. I doubt the speed would be consistent over 10 hours but I can easily imagine a bored teenager could sleep 7-8 hours and read most of the rest of the time. So the number drops from maybe about 500 words per minute to something less than that. And that still allows some great comprehension.
I think the daily token should be thought of as changing the default SSH port, a simple protection scheme that cuts out casual script kiddie attackers 99% yet does not deter someone who views you/your company as a specific target.
The problem with the token would be if it was the sole level of protection (just like simply changing your ssh port is not enough).
I looked at their pricing page and it looks like their $29 offering does have unlimited products now. I could have sworn it was much more limited about 2 years ago.
I keep looking for an inexpensive shopping cart solution for a friend who owns a handmade crafts retail store and not finding a good one. Meanwhile he keeps paying $50 a month for a proprietary shopping cart and gets maybe 20 online sales a year.
In fact it is quite natural for sellers to try to price-fix if you think about it.
The regular sellers at the produce market do not want to piss off each other and realize that selling at the bare minimum profit (or loss) would hurt them all and slowly collusion is reached. Sure a few outcasts would try to lower the prices but they quickly learn if they want to survive and be there for a longer time.
It happens because the cost of goods is very similar to all sellers and competing on price alone is not going to make anyone happy(not even buyers).
What always confused me about collusion in marketplaces like Amazon is that it seems that it would be much harder to find everyone to agree on pricing and that rebels and rule breakers would be more prevalent.