This video of cars streaming down the river is also worth a look, but the lack of The Simpsons memorabilia makes it less compelling in my humble opinion. :)
The difference is clearly illustrated on the screen capture. On the left, page visited using Google Chrome, my regular browser on my home computer. On the right, IE 9 beta, which I rarely use.
There are a couple of problems with the historical, cookie based advertising. The main one is that I already subscribe to both The Economist and Netflix! The second is if I click on The Economist one, it bring me to an offer for Americans only!
The advertising on this blog is now hardly worth the trouble ($100 in two years). Is cookie based advertising to blame?
If you need a laugh, this is January, you do, point your cursor to the following links (some only work in Canada).
First of all, search for The Simpsons, season 22 in iTunes (ad free HD totally worth the $3,50 in my humble opinion).
Ad supported (but legal and free):
-Desperate Housewives (CTV)
-Big Bang Theory (CTV)
-Modern Family (City TV)
-Moderation Town (Showcase)
-Infoman (meilleurs moments) (in French) (SRC)
Happy laughing. :)
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