A working assumption of the "tiny dev" is that, if nothing else, dev'ing is a path towards becoming an indivisible entity; the proverbial bedroom or garage coder is as singular as need be to suit the occasion. Good luck reducing him or her below that nominal, self-assigned unit value. Even if there is only one sale of a given app on a given day, that unit may sustain a family in some countries, or dominate with a swagger as currency in some virtual world previously "inhabited" by said developer. Someone, somewhere is playing his\her game without being paid to do - at least that's a foot in the right direction. Remember the first time everyone else was moving the pieces correctly while you were pushing them along questionable lines? Draw the the shades, look out - same app, different day. There's the sense.
Last edited by Grubjelly; 04-16-2010 at 01:20 AM..