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Someone has made the iTunes terms and conditions into a comic strip

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"Do you accept the terms and conditions?"

Be honest now - how often do you read them? All the way through? Or do you just scroll to the bottom and hit "Accept"?

Thought so.

An inspired alternative to the rigmarole of reading through several hundred lines of legal speak comes from cartoonist R. Sikoryak, whose transformed the iTunes t's and c's into a far more palatable comic, featuring different sorts of Steve Jobs with each panel.

A work in progress that pays homage to a range of classic comic styles, he's currently up to page 49, which you can view on his Tumblr account

Here are a few of the highlights.

(Images: R. Sikoryak)

[Via: Design Taxi]

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