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Apple ran into that issue with the random shuffling method it initially employed in its iPod music players: true random ness sometimes produces repetition, but when users heard the same song or songs by the same artist played back-to-back, they believed the shuffling wasn’t random . And so the company made the feature “less random to make it feel more random ,” said Apple founder Steve Jobs. 4. If the probability is low, we reject the hypothesis. If it is high, we accept it. 3. Why did Apple founder Steve Jobs made the ipod’s shuffling feature “less random to make it feel more random ”? Spencer-Brown’s point was that there is a difference between a process being random and the product of that process appearing to be random . I believe in random acts of kindness. The smallest things that can make you smile. I believe that if you do something nice for someone, they will take that act of kindness and spread it out to people they come across throughout their day. It’s the smallest things that make the biggest differences. For
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