The biggest thing is to always look at the redirect address and see if it makes any sense. Usually the advertisements give themselves away. Though this doesn't really help the most naive of users. Who wants waste time when they could be downloading sw33t haxz.
While yes, each specific combination is equally as likely, looking at each toss in a non-unique way makes the odds a but less likely. Considering 6 tosses, you're much more likely to get 3 head and 3 tails in no specific order than you are 6 heads.
blueshift_1 writes: If you have 50TB of data that you'd like to put on the S3 cloud, Amazon is releasing Snowball. It's basically a large grey box full of hard drives that Amazon will mail to you. Simply upload your files and mail it back — they will upload it for you. For $200 + shipping, it's at a pretty reasonable price point if you're tired of hosting your data and want to try and push that to AWS.
Never underestimate the bandwidth of a station wagon full of tapes hurtling down the highway. -Tanenbaum, Andrew S.
It all depends on what the product is in and how the business needs to interact with the customers. However, in certain environments that it works in - I believe steam works in this way. However, I can definitely see this not working in other business, but can be viable in a Tech-only company.
While I am all for being able to do anything to my personal devices, I believe they did a tear down on a Development kit of the Apple TV which they distributed to app creators. I'm sure there was a clause regarding tear down and app removal.