The original deal pioneer keeps on pinching pennies and cracking wise. No, that price isn't a typo.
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Make it, build it, improve it. But whatever home project you've got in mind, start by saving money on it.
Go to Tools & Garden!
The robots are coming! And so are the laptops, the tablets, the phones, the cameras, the TVs...
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Well, how do you fare compared to the Zeitgeist?
Chat up your fellow wooters and let us know how lame this poll was or what obvious choices we missed.
For example: Was this poll a) STUPID, b) DUMB, c) POINTLESS or d) ALL OF THE ABOVE?
Facebook has ads?
there are ads on the internet? oh so that is what adblock does!
I haven't seen ads in a long time due to the simple ad blocker.
Every now and then, I'll open a page on my tablet and see a couple ads then but that's about it.
I'm with most everyone else, Ad Blocker makes my life much happier.
TechWoot asking geeks if they click the ads they don't even see. This is the sight I learned of AdBlock on in the first place.
Wiredog wrote:TechWoot asking geeks if they click the ads they don't even see. This is the sight I learned of AdBlock on in the first place.
Facebook has ads?
This is a false question. Just because someone doesn't "click" on an ad, it doesn't mean that they haven't seen it and processed it either consciously or subconsciously. No one clicks on magazine ads, newspaper ads, billboards, or TV ads, but no one argues the efficacy of those types of advertising. Advertising is about name recognition, not clicking. This obsession with clicking on things is causing ads on the internet to be priced lower than their true value, and is making it difficult for internet companies that rely on ad revenue to make ends meet.
Sorry Woot, I don't click on your ads either.
I've been add free for a year and a half!