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jonheal
2006-04-12, 05:14
Here's a silly poll for y'all ...

I'm curious as to the age distribution of Squeezebox users. If you care to admit to your age, do so. I'll collect the results and make a little graph.

I'm geezing at ... well, I'll be 48 next week.

happyfishman
2006-04-12, 05:19
47 me. Now realising that my youth wasn't really mis-spent at all...

)p(
2006-04-12, 05:24
39
Big 4 coming up next january...Must I grow up then ;)

peter

joek
2006-04-12, 05:26
forty-two going on twenty-two

smc2911
2006-04-12, 05:43
A youngster at 37!
Sean.

blueranger
2006-04-12, 05:54
Just turned 47 and beginning to feel it!

bahnsah
2006-04-12, 06:02
35

(but I've only had my SB3 for 6 weeks...does that make me young?)

Khuli
2006-04-12, 06:09
Phyisical age: 43... mental age: somewhat less

... wouldn't it be easier to use the poll facility? ;)

Skunk
2006-04-12, 06:12
Phyisical age: 43... mental age: somewhat less

... wouldn't it be easier to use the poll facility? ;)

There would be too many options.

At 30 years I may be the oldest Skunk ever.

Fifer
2006-04-12, 06:13
Forty-six.

bernt
2006-04-12, 06:17
42 so far.

rick's cafe
2006-04-12, 06:19
32 and getting younger each day!!! ;-)

Siduhe
2006-04-12, 06:25
31, last week, since you ask...

=?UTF-8?B?UGV0ZXIgTsO1dQ==?=
2006-04-12, 06:29
jonheal wrote:
> Here's a silly poll for y'all ...
>
> I'm geezing at ... well, I'll be 48 next week.

40 and aging ;-)

egd
2006-04-12, 06:33
Just turned 37, thx for the reminder :(

eq72521
2006-04-12, 06:38
Youngest so far: 29.

happyfishman
2006-04-12, 06:38
I'd also be interested to know what the gender dynamic is around these parts (are there any females?). As my name suggests I am, of course, male... and part fish...

gharris999
2006-04-12, 06:41
Just turned 48. Gender? Well, one friend of mine describes me as "a lesbian trapped in a man's body."

Kyle
2006-04-12, 06:49
Oh, crap. I'm the oldest so far: 52 next month.

Mark Lanctot
2006-04-12, 06:54
Hmm, interesting distribution, older than I thought.

I'm male, 33.

pfarrell
2006-04-12, 06:54
Kyle wrote:
> Oh, crap. I'm the oldest so far: 52 next month.

Nope, I'm older by a few years per the calendar, call it 55,
but mentally often 35 or at most 45



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Pat
http://www.pfarrell.com/music/slimserver/slimsoftware.html

Mark Lanctot
2006-04-12, 06:55
Gender? Well, one friend of mine describes me as "a lesbian trapped in a man's body."

LOL!

I gotta remember that one.

Siduhe
2006-04-12, 07:16
I'd also be interested to know what the gender dynamic is around these parts (are there any females?).

One or two of us. You only need listen for the sound of indrawn breath and gritted teeth when someone posts about "WAF"...(tongue firmly in cheek at this point, for the avoidance of any doubt).

happyfishman
2006-04-12, 07:49
One or two of us. You only need listen for the sound of indrawn breath and gritted teeth when someone posts about "WAF"...(tongue firmly in cheek at this point, for the avoidance of any doubt).

Had to Google that one:

Windermere Action Force...? No
Welsh Automotive Forum...? Hmmmm... No
Women Against Fundamentalists... Controversial, but... No
World Armsport Federation... Unlikely
Ahhh... Wife Acceptance Factor!

Never too old to learn...

TCM
2006-04-12, 07:49
I was born the same year as Dominek Hasek, Dr. Dre, Juliette Binoche, Sarah Jessica Parker, Linda Evangelista, Trent Reznor, Elizabeth Hurley, Charlie Sheen, Mario Lemieux, Björk and some more...

That'll make us 41.

snarlydwarf
2006-04-12, 07:51
42, but I act like I'm 10.

2 if you ask the ex-.

mzpro5
2006-04-12, 07:54
Kyle wrote:
> Oh, crap. I'm the oldest so far: 52 next month.

Nope, I'm older by a few years per the calendar, call it 55,
but mentally often 35 or at most 45



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Pat
http://www.pfarrell.com/music/slimserver/slimsoftware.html

Looks like I'm part of the "senior crowd" at 54 but quickly closing on 55. Mentally I'm still an adolescent male.

ezkcdude
2006-04-12, 07:59
30. And here's the distribution, so far. Fairly uniform (and older than I expected). Who says the young are leading the tech revolution?

Heimiko
2006-04-12, 08:00
just turned 28 a few days ago... thought i was getting old... hmmm... maybe not

Mark Lanctot
2006-04-12, 08:08
30. And here's the distribution, so far. Fairly uniform (and older than I expected). Who says the young are leading the tech revolution?

Interesting. It's pretty well-known in audio that there are more older audiophiles than younger ones. Speculating:

- higher disposable income for an expensive hobby

- more exposure when young to high-quality 2-channel systems as opposed to lower-fidelity MP3 players, car audio, boomboxes and home-theatre-in-a-box systems like younger people (myself included, boomboxes were all the rage when I was growing up)

- more mature approach to audio: quality rather than quantity (volume)

I bet the Roku crowd are younger, seeing the cheaper players in Best Buy being sold next to iPods and such.

Secret Squirrel
2006-04-12, 08:08
Okay, you finally made me do it...I have to stand up for us older guys and make you younger guys (& girls) feel younger. Me, normally when I drive I exceed the speed limit, but now I can say that I'm always doing the national limit (US) even though that's a thing of the past...as am I ;) (Just don't tell Morocco Mole I said anything!)

SS

PS BTW, I gave an SB to my son who is going to be 25, and he reports loving it but then he's on the "darkside" being a MacMini fan "....not that there's anything wrong with that" :)

SlimPvC
2006-04-12, 08:40
Into music even more actively than when I was 20, thanks to the internet + squeezebox/PC. Keeps me young, relatively :-)

nicketynick
2006-04-12, 08:48
Wait a minute, while I ask someone.... oh yeah, I'm 36 (already!) (and male)
Funny there doesn't seem to anybody in the university-aged crowd so far.... too plugged into their ipods i guess.

bobharp
2006-04-12, 08:50
Feeling every bit of 40. SB(s) are the best use of my disposable income yet. Just wish I had more time to tweak my setup.

jimdibb
2006-04-12, 10:44
37 (for about 6 more weeks) and male (hopefully for a lot longer than that.)

One reason I'd guess there's not a lot of interest in the college set is
living environment.

You probably live in a single room, where you can just connect your PC to a
set of speakers.
You probably live with others, where headphones -- connected to that PC or
an iPod -- relieve stress by letting each have his own.

ctaggart
2006-04-12, 11:11
So far the demographic is late 20's to early 50's. I'm 27. I'm glad to see this thread came out before I turn 28 (soon). :)

radish
2006-04-12, 11:15
30 here. Time to start wearing sensible clothes and reading real newspapers. I'm also making lists of things to shout at kids when they stray onto my lawn.

Jacob Potter
2006-04-12, 11:19
Looks like I'm the youngest, at 17... came for the code/development
side of things, but I've found myself becoming a bit of an audiophile
as well.

- Jacob

rupped
2006-04-12, 11:28
48 years old
Male

snarlydwarf
2006-04-12, 11:34
30 here. Time to start wearing sensible clothes and reading real newspapers. I'm also making lists of things to shout at kids when they stray onto my lawn.

Nah, just make it up as you go along: the real art is to be able to mumble and yell at the same time, so it doesn't really matter what you say. The attitude matters more than the words.

Mark Lanctot
2006-04-12, 11:39
Nah, just make it up as you go along: the real art is to be able to mumble and yell at the same time, so it doesn't really matter what you say. The attitude matters more than the words.

Although the term "whippersnapper" is always handy.

joncourage
2006-04-12, 11:42
four two

<insert xtra characters here>

audiofi
2006-04-12, 13:06
Second youngest so far at 23

Andrew

pfarrell
2006-04-12, 13:27
audiofi wrote:
> Second youngest so far at 23

Our daughter has had one for over a year, it was the third
SqueezeBox that I bought. But she doesn't hang around these lists
college kid, finals and all that. She's 21.

--
Pat
http://www.pfarrell.com/music/slimserver/slimsoftware.html

ezkcdude
2006-04-12, 13:41
Now, it's approaching a normal distribution.

aubuti
2006-04-12, 14:18
Now, it's approaching a normal distribution.

I'll nudge it a little closer to normality, at least in terms of age distribution: 46 year-old male

Bustofa
2006-04-12, 15:17
54 but I plan on being a user for a few more years yet!

nicktf
2006-04-12, 15:24
just turned 24...but only in hex. Very old in binary.

jhonsberger@msn.com
2006-04-12, 15:42
48 years young

notanatheist
2006-04-12, 21:29
OMG!! Ponies!!!

There, now you'd never guess I just turned 29 a week ago. Oh, male too but that wasn't a poll option.

klgray
2006-04-12, 21:48
Coming out of deep lurk ...
47, male

Ken

stinkingpig
2006-04-12, 21:51
ezkcdude wrote:
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you're scaring me. 34.

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Riding the Emergency Third Rail Power Trip Since 1996

scalesr1
2006-04-12, 22:35
Well, I would be male, aged 15 - plus 29 years experience!

Richard Scales


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Subject: [slim] A Silly Poll


Here's a silly poll for y'all ...

I'm curious as to the age distribution of Squeezebox users. If you care
to admit to your age, do so. I'll collect the results and make a little
graph.

I'm geezing at ... well, I'll be 48 next week.


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ceepan
2006-04-12, 23:33
I'm 26 so one of the youngsters!

crapulent
2006-04-12, 23:42
34, Squeezebox needs repair, not an active user currently.

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=?UTF-8?B?UGV0ZXIgTsO1dQ==?=
2006-04-13, 01:00
nicktf wrote:
> just turned 24...but only in hex. Very old in binary.
>
>

On the Internet noone knows we're all 85!!!

Someone asked me for legal proof of age at the liquor store the day I
turned 100000 (binary notation) or 32 (decimal)

/peter,
female dog with five life-cycles left

slimpy
2006-04-13, 01:06
still in the twenties for two more months...

Khuli
2006-04-13, 01:19
Our daughter [snip].... But she doesn't hang around these lists
college kid, finals and all that. She's 21.


Ah.. not because her dad hangs out here then? :P

funkstar
2006-04-13, 01:48
I'm 26, although i keep forgetting and saying 25.

I'm male too, although like someone else here i've also been described as a "lesbian in a mans body" because i shop too much :)

jetblast
2006-04-13, 02:03
50..............and up until 2 weeks ago a Sqeezebox virgin!

So impressed got 2...

Browny
2006-04-13, 04:36
34 Male and very surprised the average age is so high.....

oktup
2006-04-13, 04:40
34 Male and very surprised the average age is so high.....

Maybe 'youth' is directly proportional to 'laziness', hence lack of representative replies ;)

anicca
2006-04-13, 05:16
Another geezer, 55 male, although somehow I don't believe it :)
Long time music freak. One of the few things that has kept me sane all these years. Looking to get a SB in another month or so and get it modded. Using Softsqueeze now and ripping cd's to my Mac Mini. Yeah!!!!

ezkcdude
2006-04-13, 05:16
Assuming normality, we have:

Mean = 38.5 Y.O.
Sigma = 9.0

jonheal
2006-04-13, 05:29
34 Male and very surprised the average age is so high.....
Fellow geezers, arise! (If you can ... without blowing out your knees.)

nacmacfeegle
2006-04-13, 05:31
My bairn is almost 4, he loves the squeezebox especially when the 'jumping beans' (equaliser screensaver) dance to his favourite songs.
He knows how to cue them up by pressing the favourite button then the play button on the remote.

BeerCan
2006-04-13, 07:32
40 arrgggghhhhhh

but to be fair my 10 and 8 year old kids use the SB also

Browny
2006-04-13, 07:33
Fellow geezers, arise! (If you can ... without blowing out your knees.)

Well you are a 'Senior Member'!!!!!

Muriartagh
2006-04-13, 07:39
1) Owner of 2 SB3's
2) 33 years old (34 in two weeks)
3) Female

Kevin O. Lepard
2006-04-13, 07:50
37

Kevin
--
Kevin O. Lepard

Happiness is being 100% Microsoft free.

Michaelwagner
2006-04-13, 08:06
Seem to be high end at 51.5

Actually, to mimic the style of the CLI, which returns all elapsed time results to incredibly high precision, I should report that my age is 51.5174537988

I figured Pat was about my age, he knew about mainframes I used and vice versa.

Mental age is, of course, another story.

And since my name is Michael and not Michelle or Mickaela, I'm male.

jonheal
2006-04-13, 08:20
Well you are a 'Senior Member'!!!!!
These punk kids today ... NO RESPECT!! Where's my cane!!?!

Browny
2006-04-13, 09:20
These punk kids today ... NO RESPECT!! Where's my cane!!?!

lol - long time since I've been called a punk kid!!

DJMUK
2006-04-13, 11:03
Male and 55 2/3rds.

If I recall correctly my first record, a birthday present at 5 or 6, was 'Sparky's Magic Piano' spread over a number of 78's and the gramophone was of the wind up variety!

First experience with computers was a Tandy (Radio Shack for those in the US) TRS 80 which loaded/saved programs/data to a cassette recorder! First computer at work ran the CPM O/s and I (tried) to write the odd program in MS Basic! First real programs on CPM were 'Wordstar' and 'Supercalc'!

Now looking forward to old age with my SB's!

Happy Easter to all.

David

seanadams
2006-04-13, 11:49
26 here... but some grey hair.

Browny
2006-04-13, 11:55
26 here... but some grey hair.

Thats ok - you don't have to make excuses for being younger than (nearly) all your customers!!!!

Michaelwagner
2006-04-13, 11:56
I was wondering when we'd hear from the California contingent ... the famous beach music group Sean & Dean. :-)

azinck3
2006-04-13, 12:12
Here to bring some help to the lower end of the distribution: I'm 23.

My first SB1 just celebrated its second birthday yesterday and I'm still enjoying it as much as ever.

jonheal
2006-04-13, 12:12
... but some grey hair.
You shoulda never stuck that wireless antennae in the darn thing!
;-)

ModelCitizen
2006-04-13, 12:33
Having regenerated three times I am now officially 220 years old. However, in this incarnation I am a mere 46.

Doctor Who restarts on saturday at 7.15...yehah! Dont you wish you lived in the UK?
:-)

MC

holmsn
2006-04-13, 12:38
fifty-one.

dean
2006-04-13, 12:46
40

dantal
2006-04-13, 12:47
This weekend (Party Time!)

erland
2006-04-13, 12:53
33 years old

Wirrunna
2006-04-13, 14:32
59, and have enjoyed every minute !

basil815
2006-04-13, 15:04
48 - can see 49, but I don't understand...

ezkcdude
2006-04-13, 15:08
26 here... but some grey hair.

That's impressive! Don't worry about the hair either, Taylor Hicks has got you covered.

JohnQuirk
2006-04-13, 16:19
But I had to work it out. Does not remembering your age mean you've finally "come of age"? The second biggest Slim fan in the house is our daughter, and she's 7. Months. SWMBO is a secret Slim fan, but will never admit it to anyone who asks.

JQ

JohnQuirk
2006-04-13, 16:23
Male and 55 2/3rds.

If I recall correctly my first record, a birthday present at 5 or 6, was 'Sparky's Magic Piano' spread over a number of 78's and the gramophone was of the wind up variety!



I have a wind up gramophone here in the house and still play it quite regularly. Mantovani's Accordian Orchestra just don't sound the same on anything else!

cjhabs
2006-04-13, 19:30
47 and still pretending to be 18!

Bruce Hartley
2006-04-14, 02:58
I'm 31.
Some typing to make the message longer ;-)

MrStan
2006-04-14, 03:15
59 reaching the big 60 this year.
Looks like you'll have to make that chart wider.

inguz
2006-04-14, 03:46
39.9

http://www.last.fm/user/beyondthegroove/

Jeff52
2006-04-14, 04:35
Will turn 54 next month. My wife sometimes thinks I act like an 18 year old--which I guess I do.

fgj
2006-04-14, 09:37
47........

bklaas
2006-04-14, 10:07
I'm 34

keep in mind that this poll does not describe the distribution of squeezebox/slimserver users, it describes the distribution of slimdevices forum users who decided to respond to the question. that could be a very significantly different demographic than actual squeezebox owners.

still, it's a fun poll. Even with my caveat, I'm a little surprised that the age range is as "experienced" as it is...

cheers,
#!/ben

willem
2006-04-14, 11:54
47 but getting younger


Willem

ikruspan
2006-04-14, 13:20
44
2 squeezboxes

Stage
2006-04-14, 16:40
48 - and feeling it.

ChuckG
2006-04-14, 21:55
38 for me...

ericj
2006-04-15, 00:53
Its probably a good representation of squeezebox buyers, or at least what are called sometimes 'lead' or 'heavy' users, which should be useful to Slim, no?

err, I'm 51 and sort of into marketing...

crapulent
2006-04-15, 01:10
Slim Devices should try to create some synergy with the AARP, maybe AARP
members get 50 bucks off?

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Seineseeker
2006-04-15, 02:54
39 years young!

avta
2006-04-15, 08:55
I'm 68 and love this new technology as a hobby!
Guy

Sir G
2006-04-15, 09:32
59 here, for one minute I thought Mr Stan, Wirruna and I would be fit for the Council of Elders, but avta beat us to it.

rudholm
2006-04-15, 10:18
I'm 37. However, the other three users of my slimserver are 25, 25, and 26. The two who live on grad student budgets use Softsqueeze to access the library.

trebejo
2006-04-16, 01:50
44. I'm another one of those that has to do the arithmetic before answering...

JackOfAll
2006-04-16, 07:23
I'm 35. 2 x SB3.

Daveo
2006-04-16, 07:47
A spring chicken at 45!

Steve Baumgarten
2006-04-17, 06:41
>> 30 here. Time to start wearing sensible clothes and reading real
>> newspapers. I'm also making lists of things to shout at kids when they
>> stray onto my lawn.
>
> Nah, just make it up as you go along: the real art is to be able to
> mumble and yell at the same time, so it doesn't really matter what you
> say. The attitude matters more than the words.

Keep this phrase handy:

"In my day..."

;-)

BTW, I'm 42.

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2006-04-18, 04:42
38 here.

(sigh, I can't just say "38 here." because that's not 10 characters. So this is a mindless paragraph, completely wasting your time, because I'm just a touch annoyed with the forum software. Why are you still reading? No, really, you should stop reading now. Ok, well, fine, I'll just stop writing.)

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dborn
2006-04-18, 09:52
Age 44, Male, Canadian, 1 SB2, SlimServer running on LinkStation HG300.

"The difference between men and boys is the price of their toys" is my motto. :)

baz
2006-04-18, 11:04
I'm 36.

Some typing to make the message longer ;-)

philodox
2006-04-18, 11:05
26 years old here...

loran
2006-04-18, 12:22
00110101 years old

tomsi42
2006-04-18, 12:46
44 years. That's 2C in hex....

Ross L
2006-04-18, 13:00
http://nickciske.com/tools/binary.php Very cool for decoding binary!

23 here!

Gooner
2006-04-18, 17:40
Hello boys! I'm Danielle and I'm a bikini model.

Hmmm. only joking. Simon, 34 and feeling quite old!!!

Cronos
2006-04-18, 17:40
00110101 years old

Should I be concerned that I read that without missing a beat and know your age in dec?

1C here.

GoCubs
2006-04-19, 06:23
28 over here in Chicago...

mherger
2006-04-19, 06:33
70 - I was born in 1970 :-)

heinkraanen
2006-04-19, 08:59
Well.... seems most people are over 40. Makes me feel young again. Getting 39 in July...

Cheers,

Hein

peterashby
2006-05-02, 13:05
I am 35 and have bought 3 squeezeboxes in the last three weeks....

I love this thing

Zten
2006-05-02, 13:29
I am 39. Everyone seems to be 30 or 40 something.....

Would also be intersting to see gender. I bet 98% male. Also interesting is homw many people own or rent their own home/cond/apartment. Agian, i bet 98%

Now compare that to iPOD owners.... I bet the averga age is 20 years younger, 30 to 40% FEMALE and only 10% onw or rent their own dwelling....

SteveEast
2006-05-02, 20:27
53, MWM, own home, own iPod....

Steve.

dyohn
2006-05-03, 08:22
54 and loving the 'Box here in N. Cali.

shawkie
2006-05-03, 09:10
I'm 25, male, renting.

Harani
2006-05-03, 09:46
39

1 SB3 being fed from a purpose built 750 Gb "Shuttle" media server



i'm surpised that the demographic for Slimserver/Squeezebox users seems to be hovering around 40+ years

I guess all the younguns are listening to their Ipods ;-)

sgard9
2006-05-03, 09:57
59.5, MWM, 1 SliMP3, 1 SB3, 1 iPod Video, 1 iPod Nano, Own home.

-- Scott --

stedes
2006-05-08, 10:03
31 and a half.

twylie
2006-05-08, 10:41
37, male, 4*SB3, 1*SB2, 1*SB1G, 1*SliMP3, on my 3rd iPod (2G, 3G, 4G), own my home.

michalon
2006-05-08, 13:00
39 years old
French boy, Saint Amour, Jura, France
Jean-Claude

DrNic
2006-05-08, 13:56
31 Male, own home, no iPods (yuk!) one smurf (who likes to read the "A B C D's" on the SB3's screen!!

1 x SB1G, 1 x SB3

Nic

MeSue
2006-05-08, 18:22
36 (in 3 days) and female.

bdelp
2006-05-08, 20:20
47, but I'm immature for my age.

atat
2006-05-08, 20:59
45, and owner also of iPod, 3 MP3 players, 3 MD players, 4 digital cams, and countless number of CD players ...

Rene
2006-05-09, 13:06
58, male
Rene

lostboy
2006-05-09, 14:08
47, M, 1 x SB1, 1 x SB1G, 3 x SB2, 0 x SB3-but hoping to convince the comptroller that a further investment is an essential part of redecorating.

Chris

mschiff
2006-05-09, 14:26
I'm 56.

-- Martin

kblee
2006-05-10, 06:44
32, Male

Brian

Zten
2006-07-06, 12:32
Here's a silly poll for y'all ...

I'm curious as to the age distribution of Squeezebox users. If you care to admit to your age, do so. I'll collect the results and make a little graph.

I'm geezing at ... well, I'll be 48 next week.

Hey jonheal, where's the stats?

mschiff
2006-07-06, 13:09
I'm 56.

-- Martin

SadGamerGeek
2006-07-06, 13:31
38 (for a few more weeks...)