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Why target people with ads who are turned off by targeted ads?

For several years the DNT (Do Not Track) initiative has been trying to formalise a standard feature for the worldwide web to allow users to tell a website whether they are happy to have their activities tracked by the website and their partner. 174 more words

Digital Marketing

How a news-industry trade group may be helping regulators (and the ITE) to support quality and privacy

By Don Marti

Legitimate consumer privacy tools and high-reputation publishers, working together, can transform advertising on the web. Tools and sites can help users block low-value, cold-call-like targeted ads while permitting signal-carrying ads, the ones that respect users’ choices not to be tracked. 661 more words

Advertising

545. Moon Street (17)

This is another piece I have been meaning to post for quite a while now, and it has been stacked behind a whole host of other circling photographs. 134 more words

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A four day autumn adventure

Date: 06/10/16 – 09/10/16

It was an impulse decision, my brother had been out doing some shopping, and I had asked if he could pick up a pack of Real Field Meal (freeze dried/dehydrated dinner) and 5kg of potatoes. 2,514 more words

Hiking

Autumn in the Østmarka

October 4, 2016.  Autumn has been surprisingly warm and sunny so far this year.  (Thank you global warming!)  The birches are just beginning to flaunt their golden crowns, so Matthew and I decided to make a Sunday trek to see them in their natural habitat.   2,642 more words

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A hike aborted

The Plan

Yesterday I planned to attempt to get to the summit of Lønahorgi (1410m above sea level) packed my backpack making sure I had food, extra clothes and my Spot emergency beacon. 998 more words

Hiking

508. Wolseley Road

I have held back from writing about this piece for quite a while because I am not too sure who the artist is. I have a feeling it might be DNT, but it is not signed, and I am not getting a whole lot of insight from the Interweb. 126 more words

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