The ads the google is placing at the top of one of my gmail areas are in no way related to anything I’m looking for. Neither are they anything related. Massive #FAIL Google.
Assistance for the mobile Android user.
Via Scoop.it – Mobile Tools
Lookout Security is rolling out Ad Network Detector, a free Android application offering consumers insight into what kind of personal information is accessible to the mobile ad networks embedded Read more >>…
It’s the morning after Super Bowl 45. I’m sure there will be lot’s of discussion today, of the National Anthem, Super Bowl Ads, the Half-time show, and oh, yes the actual football game that took place in Dallas.
We watch none of the game, and didn’t find out the winner until well after the game was over. We also didn’t watch any of the Super Bowl ads.
And yet, we’re all fine this morning, the sun rose as it has for the past mornings, and our cats haven’t had to find comfort with the neighbours dogs. And near as I can tell this morning there hasn’t been any, Fire and brimstone coming down from the sky, or rivers and seas boiling! The only anomaly I found this morning was the headline, AOL Buys Huffington Post.
It’s a Monday and time for all of us to move forward with whatever it is that we’re up to this morning.
Firefox 3.5.3 indicates in my preferences that,
which indicates to me that Firefox should be blocking pop-up windows while I browse.
If this is the case then can someone explain the following,
I’ve been a paid user of NetNewsWire for 5+ years or more. It’s a great product that I’ve recommended to many other Mac users as a solution for their Internet News, Blog and other RSS related information consumption. I was excited to see a new version of NetNewsWire available this evening, NetNewsWire 3.2b6 – public beta.
I downloaded the beta, after backing up
* [home folder]/Library/Application Support/NetNewsWire/
* [home folder]/Library/Preferences/com.ranchero.NetNewsWire.plist
and found the following –
You will notice at the very bottom of the page is a ad block that rotates while you have the program open and running. Now I’ve been a paid subscriber for as long as I’ve been using the product and don’t expect to see ads in my paid program. Yes I see ads in the content from the various blogs I read and that goes with the territory. (Note – I pay little if any attention to them. ) It is very sad and disappointing to see a quality product have to resort to this type of tactic.