Every Tuesday and Thursday, I am blessed with the privilege of sitting through a 75-minute long Microeconomics class. While economics is a fascinating subject, it requires many real-life examples to be effectively taught. Before today, I thought I was going to be bombarded with lame examples in which I calculated whether Jim or Paul should sell lemonade while the other picks the lemons for an entire semester.
Today’s class, however was completely saturated with iPods. (more…)