That's gonna be awesome. "Dude my drone just got a totally awesome video of me <doing X> and you can see seventeen other Autonomous GoPro Drones in the background. Yay \o/"
Do you burst into flames when you go outdoors? No? It's ok then
I am not a "lost" sale - I was never a potential "sale" in the first place.
Omg, communist! By using AdBlock you have robbed the advertising ghouls of the opportunity to perform a non-customer to customer conversion against your will, using their superior ad-fu. It's just not something that should happen in a free and democratic police state. Shame on you =S
Here in Manchester (UK), there are an increasing number of HUGE eye-searingly bright digital displays on buildings, roadsides, on the sides of bridges under which the road passes... They are generally the slightly more upmarket version of the flash ads begging you to click - irritatingly distracting. I find it interesting that whoever grants these licenses would so casually prioritize ad revenue over driver safety. It's almost as if they don't actually care.
10. No more "32 top reasons to click through 32 pages of eights ads" - type BS; thank you so much in advance.
I still have not figured out the bizarre-o world of the internet where some people want something for free, block any attempt to pay for it via ads
Umm, it's better for everyone this way (non-exhaustive list follows):
* People who don't want to watch ads don't have to
* These same people are not candidate customers so why bother advertising at them?
* By blocking the scripts, the media / assets are not downloaded, thus reducing bandwidth charges which are essentially wasted.
One might wonder if organizations might use whatever means possible to drive people to use ad-block =D
In the future humanity will evolve a specialized subclass along the lines of the worker bee; it will be their role to watch all ads across available media: print / screen / roadside / building projection / contact-lens projection on inner eyelids / etc.
The Munich Regional Court ruled against media companies ProSiebenSat1 and IP Deutschland. The companies sued Eyeo, the company behind Adblock Plus, asking the court to ban the distribution of the free ad-blocking software, saying it hurts their ad-based business model.
At last I'm catching on. I see how it works now. The laws against distributing others' IP for profit are hurting my proposed business model of selling other people's IP for profit. Using the same logic, I'd like them repealed.
But not determine who may own a blue (however defined) car.
OK. That sounds reasonable. Not at all circular =D
Where do I sign up and how much tithe do I pay?
If some group started offering free car washes to those with blue cars, does this give them the right to dictate who may own a blue car?
How do I know these came from the sock ?
Please post a PDF link to your sock's Big Book of Rules and we'll get to work with building some churches.
Haven't you heard, in history the church had power of veto over everything. Want to do something? Ask the church.
These days that role has been eclipsed by governments and their corporate sponsors.