All that fine print that you and I and everyone else who’s not studying to be a lawyer skips over when installing software is called the EULA—end user license agreement. The one for Apple’s iTunes software (warning—it’s a PDF and it’s reaaaallly long) may very well contain some useful information.
Instead of reading through it all, though, wouldn’t you rather let Academy Award-winning actor Richard Dreyfuss read you some of the high points?
CNET somehow managed to talk Dreyfuss into doing just that.
The result: four choice snippets, all read in a different character voice. If you’re looking for the one most resembling Matt Hooper of Jaws fame, check out the third one, which is ominously titled, “Damages.”
While you’re at it, check out other classics such as:
- “Please read”
- “Your responsibility”
- “Effective until”
I should point out that you can’t un-hear any of these, no matter how hard you may try. Something to keep in mind.
Link: Richard Dreyfuss reads the iTunes EULA [CNET.com]