What if two people are sharing their libraries with each other? Does that mean they can play one of yours while you play one of theirs, since it's technically one user per library?
As long as you're allowed to be online and not playing games from your own library, I don't see why it wouldn't allow it. If they won't even let you log into steam without kicking the other person off then that would really suck. --- http://raptr.com/badge/dc821beb3ce7e522d4d6721ba24c11e0/fs.png http://i.imgur.com/KDYNR.jpg
If this means I can essentially lend my library to friends/family while I'm at work or not home playing, I think it's awesome. All it does is add another plus to Steam, not sure what there is here that's bad exactly...
It's bad because it's not addressing the very specific needs of certain very specific individuals, so, logically, it has to be useless for everyone who uses Steam. It's the Internet, it's GameFAQs... what did you expect? --- "On a technical level, PC obviously. But because PC and Xbox have no games, PS3 wins." - ScreamingMidget They don't even try anymore.