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BYOD Street Music: Jamming On The iPad

In San Francisco, BYTE stumbled on an entertaining case of BYOD. Somebody get this guy Square so he can accept payments!

It's not every day you see a street musician rocking it out on an iPad. It's inevitable in San Francisco, though. It also makes complete sense. There's less equipment to lug around. Traditional musicians clearly have way too many instruments for street performances. The BYOD musician also has a limitless number of apps to play with, rather than investing in a single instrument like his friend in our video.

Now, all he needs is Square to accept payments.

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Cash is the best.
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