Wow! Basecamp has gone big-time! I was using it when it was free <sniff>, and now it's a big, grown up service company (whose base price, incidentally, is $24.99 a month. Yowza! Nice that they can get people to pay that in our economy!)
Actually, I'm surprised that Basecamp hasn't rolled out a "new depression pricing structure. Say $5 a month for only 1/4 of the storage or something. Pretty dumb, if you ask me. If companies everywhere are giving out free versions of their product (with, for example, limited storage or number of users) why isn't Basecamp?
I think that we see this a lot. Smallish companies that jump into the "we're charging" model because -- yes, we understand. People need to make money. But there are so many use cases out there where $25 a month is ridiculous, that ... oh, forget it. Do what you want.
On the other hand, Zoho is expanding their tools and looks nicely functional. Either the to do list or the project manager. Or the planner. I hope that Zoho is doing well, from a business point of view and can keep the tools coming.
And of course, Google gives it away. :-) (Nice slogan, btw, although I'm betting it doesn't catch on.)