This is the kind of fun we should be putting into our software. Our jobs as designers and developers, and especially our end user’s jobs, don’t have to be dull and boring. If what we do puts a smile on even one person’s face, we’re helping them. We’re making their lives better.
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I hope he’s still saying these kinds of things when he’s 28.
Whenever you set up a new iPhone, Apple kindly adds a playlist to it that references all of the music you’ve purchased from iTunes in the past. Let’s do some quick math, shall we. Let’s say that that the average price per song is $1.15 (remember songs used to be $0.99, before jumping to $1.29).
That means I’ve spent $1,764.10 on iTunes music. I’ll let that sink in a bit. Just on music. Keep in mind what that doesn’t include: apps, movies, books, ringtones, etc.
My oh my…