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Comment: Re:It's not (so much) the ads... (Score 1) 282

by rabidmuskrat (#38316802) Attached to: Google, Facebook Upset By Ad-Injecting Apps

They do actually make an attempt at showing you ads they think you want to see. They frequently know a surprising amount about you by the time the ad hits your eyes. There are a whole bunch though that are just displayed to about everyone everywhere though. Those ones tend to be the most annoying.

Comment: Re:Bu...bu...bu...whaddabout da books? (Score 1) 230

by rabidmuskrat (#37482700) Attached to: Borders Bust Means B&N May Get Your Shopping History

Believe it or not, some of us actually prefer the feel, texture, and overall appearance of a BOOK. eBooks are nice and all but even when they're printed, they're no where near the same. I will admit: seeing all these Bargain Book stores around Ann Arbor and Lansing, MI selling Borders property for $.25 a piece really has quadrupled my book collection. I may die before I ever get a chance to read all of them. :)

It's a shame Amazon doesn't sell physical books then. Oh wait... http://www.amazon.com/gp/bestsellers/books

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rabidmuskrat (1070962) writes "The tech bubble is back. Facebook Inc. is commanding an enormous valuation. So are Groupon Inc., Twitter Inc. and LivingSocial.com. Investors know there is a lot of money to be made from technology. They also know there is just as much to be lost when the bubble bursts. Detecting these market bubbles can be a very important thing, though one might ask How does this affect you?"
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