I'll agree that Google's ads don't work on my emotions. Other advertising on the web, the kind that load up giant flash videos that cause my browser to hang for 30 seconds, play unwanted audio, obscure the content I'm trying to read, and otherwise ruin my browsing experience - those types of advertising definitely do hit me at an emotional level, but I'm not sure it's the type of emotion the advertiser wants from me. It's the kind of emotion that makes me run adblock so I don't have to deal with them anymore. I think I prefer Google's far less emotional ads.
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And for the do-it-yourselfer:
Given that mobile products seem somewhat more likely to succeed than printed newspapers, this seems a strange decision at best."
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Running high speed lines across the nation is expensive — to the tune of $100 billion dollars a year.
Isn't that about what we pay to China every year just to cover the interest on the money our country has borrowed from them? At least all that interest money is being put to good use.
What I'd much prefer is if you could allow or deny individually
If you can root your phone and install Cyanogenmod then you will gain this ability.