Things I will never understand (8/8/12)


I cannot operate iTunes. I know it’s supposed to be “idiot-proof” and “user-friendly”; I guess I’m an idiot. When I try to use it I feel like I’ve come in mid-discussion on a conversation from which I am meant to be excluded…you know, when all the “cool” kids start talking in code and making all of those “inside” jokes for which you have no frame of reference. Or like my father trying to program a VCR. That’s how iTunes makes me feel.

3 thoughts on “Things I will never understand (8/8/12)

  1. wigsf3 says:

    Many years ago, iTunes was a pretty simple little program. But with each and every updated version (which seems to be happening every other week nowadays), iTunes gets a little bit bigger, a little bit more cumbersome and a little bit more unfriendly to users who, frankly, just want to listen to some music on their computer.


    • javaj240 says:

      My iPod will be forever frozen in time once my kid moves out of the house. She is the only one who knows how to update it. I’ve asked her to show me on any number of occasions, but she loses patience with her technologically-impaired mother. Who can blame her?


  2. why am I here in a handbasket? says:

    iTunes is a pain in the ass.


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