Posts Tagged ‘netflix’

Poopup Ads

Monday, December 6th, 2010

poopup blockAnyone who regularly reads the Bellingham Herald online recognizes popup ads (esp. Netflix)as a serious local issue.  I started referring to them as poopups because they, well , leave little piles of poop around my screen the way the dog leaves it in the backyard.

Here’s a copy of and E-How article that addresses the problem.   Blocking 3rd party cookies as described in Step 1 has always seemed annoying because I’m continually being told by websites, that I need to allow them.   I’ve been using the method outlined in steps 2 to 5 for quite sometime and it seems to have effectively diapered the dog.  Don’t let it scare you, it really is quite simple. (more…)

Business Models

Tuesday, February 5th, 2008

This poser came up in a conversation over the weekend. Which business model seems right for a  library system?

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Sure there are a few details. But it all starts with which direction you point your camel.