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The Dr. Touch Tip Jar

I’ve been collecting tips for my work as Dr. Touch in my PayPal account. I found that people are most generous if they receive something in return:

  • Code to add copy protection to your apps
  • MyAppSales source code
  • Help fixing code signing problems
  • Solutions for a wide variety of head-wall-banging problems

But generally people seem to be reluctant to tip me via PayPal, probably because you associate receiving a service or product with PayPal, whereas for tipping you really would require a different and easier scheme for micro payments.

That’s why jumped at the chance of setting up my tip jar with

Here you can see the latest generious givers.

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