Leander Kahney publishes an interesting discovery:
“About 80 percent of Microsoft employees who have a portable music player have an iPod,” said one source, a high-level manager who asked to remain anonymous. “It’s pretty staggering.”
The source estimated 80 percent of Microsoft employees have a music player — that translates to 16,000 iPod users among the 25,000 who work at or near Microsoft’s corporate campus. “This irks the management team no end,” said the source.
Well, let’s see. We are about 250 people in our team. Now, following the impecable line of logic highlighted above, our group must have in total 0.8 * 250 = 200 iPods. But I don’t see anybody else having any. So, logically, I must be the one who has them all. I just can’t remember where I put them…