Early August? He did well, must have filed in January. I didn't get mine until November.
If I had mod points, I'd mod parent way up.
This idea that you can push all the processing to the client and not pre-render anything for your advert is rediculous.
Exactly. Given the idea that all consensual sex is ok, and that just about anything is consent (as opposed to the old way, where the only consenual sex occurred within a witnessed marriage and everything else was rape) the definition has gotten murky at best.
I would like such a micropayment platform to exist, but none does as far as I can tell, and after Perfect 10 v. Adult Check, it's unlikely that another will take off.
That's the first step. The second is to provide a web form for advertisers to upload suitably sized images and set the placement, caption, link target, and start and end dates, so that you can just approve, approve, reject, approve.
This leaves two problems: finding what rate to charge, and getting advertisers to find this contact information page.
And there's no way most banks are going to let me pay her card from my account.
Since when are banks that issue payment cards no longer willing to let a cardmember add a joint account holder?
Hell...Discover, for example, won't even let me manage my own two cards from the same account...I need a separate online account for each card.
Then perhaps that bank needs to Discover some cardmembers that aren't you. Facebook gets a lot of things wrong, but separating auth and auth is one thing it gets right: each person has one account, and that account is connected to resources.
But thanks for clarifying. Now I have a sound bite to use against cookie haters: Basic auth is broken because logout in long-running browsers is broken.
Want me to see ads mixed in wtih your content? Serve up the ads yourself...
That might work for a publication as big as Wired, which is big enough to have its own ad sales department. But what should the operator of a smaller site do to pay the hosting bill?
if they dropped it to some micropayment (give us $5 now and we'll deduct 10 cents per visit and re-bill you $5 when you run out)
If you read one article on each of twenty different sites, which is entirely plausible if you find articles through an aggregator such as reddit, SoylentNews, Slashdot, or the Twitter accounts you follow, how much will you have paid in total to set up these micropayment accounts?
I bet they don't block search spiders
Then provide an excerpt to a spider. See replies to Arkh89's comment.
If you run this proxy on your machine, your ISP will bill you for the downloaded but unused data. Satellite and mobile ISPs tend to charge $5 to $15 per GB. If you lease a VPS to run this proxy, the site will block the VPS provider.
The one day you'd sell your soul for something, souls are a glut.