Monthly Archives: August 2010

Latest iTunes agreement 6/21/2010

The language is below. I do this for historical purposes and in case they decide to screw things up.

A. ITUNES STORE, APP STORE, AND IBOOKSTORE TERMS OF SALE
B. ITUNES STORE TERMS AND CONDITIONS
C. APP STORE AND IBOOKSTORE TERMS AND CONDITIONS
D. PRIVACY POLICY

THE LEGAL AGREEMENTS SET OUT BELOW GOVERN YOUR USE OF THE ITUNES STORE, APP STORE, AND IBOOKSTORE SERVICES. TO AGREE TO THESE TERMS, CLICK “AGREE.” IF YOU DO NOT AGREE TO THESE TERMS, DO NOT CLICK “AGREE,” AND DO NOT USE THE SERVICES.

A. ITUNES STORE, APP STORE, AND IBOOKSTORE TERMS OF SALE

PAYMENTS, TAXES, AND REFUND POLICY

The iTunes Store, App Store, and iBookstore services (“Services”) accept these forms of payment: credit cards issued by U.S. banks, payments through your PayPal account, iTunes Cards, iTunes Store Gift Certificates, Content Codes, and Allowance Account balances. If a credit card or your PayPal account is being used for a transaction, Apple may obtain preapproval for an amount up to the amount of the order. Billing occurs at the time of or shortly after your transaction. If you are using 1-Click purchasing or your PayPal account, your order may be authorized and billed in increments during one purchasing session, so it may appear as multiple orders on your statement. If an iTunes Card, iTunes Store Gift Certificate, or Allowance Account is used for a transaction, the amount is deducted at the time of your transaction. When making purchases, content credits are used first, followed by Gift Certificate, iTunes Card, or Allowance Account credits; your credit card or PayPal account is then charged for any remaining balance.
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A Different Kind of Birthday

“Happy Birthday, Daddy,” big hug and a kiss on the cheek from 4-year-old Eddie. Jump on the bed and look at 1-year-old Jack in his crib. Stands up, stretches his arms out and throws his beloved stuffed puppy at me. Over and over.

And, finally, I made it back to be with my parents on my birthday – though I may not spend much time on the actual day. Had a family dinner at the tony Palisades restaurant Saturday and surrounded by love. Happy. Even with new contact lenses not in right, I had a great view of a load of smiling faces.

If you got through all that “icky” then I’m 39 years old. Don’t feel it, don’t care as long as things like the first two paragraphs are happening. People need fulfillment – in whatever way – for happiness and joy.

All the Facebook wishes make me smile – and really I have to leave now for Grand Coulee….