It would be lieing if I told I used it and in respect to Github's own software, that being the website and/or the client application, I found it worse. But in my first comment, which is simply «It's not.», I cannot see any indications of such statement. And I back what I state with my actual comment. On the website there is no link to information about the application, no documentation, no videos, no blog posts, nothing. Instead, I, and the software's target audience, are users of the Github.com already, and we know how to use github.com already, there is a plethora of docs, wikis, blog posts, videos which help us on using it on the web. Plus, the software is a third-party client to a service that already offers an official client. Out of this situation, the most obvious inference is that sticking to the website and/or the official application is better that using the OP's linked one. No lieing here, just reasoning.
If there was any sort of documentation or anything, a link to source on github, an end-user support possibility better than a twitter account that follows popular tech-news websites and tech celebs, I might have thought that it is promising and worth a try. But as it stands, no, it doesn't make me «step into the shop».
This. Stripe is a business. They need to make money to stay alive. 0.5% is a whole lot better than 2.9% + $0.30. They are providing all of the infrastructure, auto conversion, and risk mitigation so it's not that high of a price.
Why? There is a real need to protect sensitive information from being released. Minors, Confidential Informants, video of the inside of someone's house... all things that shouldn't be released except under special circumstances.
The number of weapons sold has skyrocketed, but the percent of households owning guns has fallen by about a third, from 45% to 30% over the last twenty years. (The per capita firearm homicides seem to have fallen by about half.)
I'm not saying that. I'm saying that the common thought would be that more guns = more crime. But according to the latest FBI study thats not the case. The cause of the dropping crime is due to many factors, but it definitely has not gone up even though there is greater access to firearms.