How Much Should I Charge For An App?

I received an email from a new iPhone developer, asking how much (s)he should charge for an app that has features X, Y, and Z. If you’re a new software developer, or if you’re interested in making an app and want to understand the process, this is worth a read:

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Odradeks: Kosher Cafe in Flatbush

I stopped at Odradeks Coffe and Fare on Avenue J and East 16th Street on my way home tonight.

The atmosphere is fantastic and Joe, the owner who served me, is friendly and knowledgable.

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Building an App To Save Lives

I had the idea for a Hatzalah app on a Friday morning while I was standing in
the back of the Bialystoker Synagogue on the Lower East Side of Manhattan.

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Just Coffee

Some days you just need a coffee the size of Manhattan, or Montana, or Texas, or Brazil, or the entire Soviet bloc.

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iOS 8 Upgrade Tips: Free Apple Advice of the Day

If you’re updating your iPhone or iPad to iOS when it becomes available today, you’ll get better results if you connect to iTunes instead of doing it over the air.

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Analysis: The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus

Many of my friends have stopped me over the last 12 hours and asked me what my “thoughts” are on the iPhone 6. I’ve been keenly observing Facebook conversations, media reactions, and eavesdropping on conversations, and I’d like to weigh in.

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Brooklyn College’s Visual Identity System

The New York Post reported one year ago that the Brooklyn College spent over $100,000 to replace the logo because of what it looked like.

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Guest Post: “Three Brothers and the ‘Three Weeks'”

The following article discusses the recent events in Israel, and comes from my cousin who lives there. He wishes to remain anonymous, but I think this is worth sharing, and I do so with his permission. Beyond this sentence are his words:

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Profile: David J Rosenberg

I originally wrote this profile back in April 2014 for a journalism class. When I first shared it online, I received some backlash because of the nature of the story. Although I quickly removed all traces of the article, I asked David if he was really ok with me sharing it. He reassured me that he was, and that if he was uncomfortable with the story that follows, wouldn’t have agreed to interview for my paper in the first place. With that disclaimer, I present this profile:

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