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  1. Sep 2023
    1. Google claims this new API addresses FLoC’s serious privacy issues. Unfortunately, it does anything but. The Topics API only touches the smallest, most minor privacy issues in FLoC, while leaving its core intact. At issue is Google’s insistence on sharing information about people’s interests and behaviors with advertisers, trackers, and others on the Web that are hostile to privacy.
    1. If a site you visit queries the Topics API, it may learn of this interest from Chrome and decide to serve you an advert about bonds or retirement funds. It also means websites can fetch your online interests straight from your browser.

      The Topics API is worst than 3rd-parties cookies, anyone can query a user ad profile:

      ```js // document.browsingTopics() returns an array of BrowsingTopic objects. const topics = await document.browsingTopics();

      // Get data for an ad creative. const response = await fetch('https://ads.example/get-creative', { method: 'POST', headers: { 'Content-Type': 'application/json', }, body: JSON.stringify(topics) });

      // Get the JSON from the response. const creative = await response.json();

      // Display the ad. (or not) ```

  2. Aug 2023
    1. A spec to optimize ad targeting (respectful of privacy, they say... 😂🤣).

      Fuck you Google with your dystopian API:

      ```js // document.browsingTopics() returns an array of BrowsingTopic objects. const topics = await document.browsingTopics();

      // Get data for an ad creative. const response = await fetch('https://ads.example/get-creative', { method: 'POST', headers: { 'Content-Type': 'application/json', }, body: JSON.stringify(topics) });

      // Get the JSON from the response. const creative = await response.json();

      // Display the ad. (or not) ```

    1. On-device ad auctions to serve remarketing and custom audiences, without cross-site third-party tracking.

      Naming a thing with a meaning opposite to what the named thing is...

      Google is insatiable when it regards to accessing users private data. Let's block that bullshit.

  3. May 2023
  4. Apr 2023
    1. Anything from a small social ad to a documentary can utilize motion graphics for various benefits like comprehension and engagement.

      True again. Many websites, this one included has 10+ visual graphics in the form of; videos, images and gifs. Unfortunately, they end up annoying most viewers than engaging with them if their aim is to read.

  5. Nov 2022
  6. Oct 2022
    1. Importante fornecer um e-mail válido para a solicitação da nota fiscal.
  7. Aug 2022
    1. In addition to Australia, Europe and the U.S., ADS-B mandates are in effect in Colombia, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, South Africa, Taiwan and Vietnam. Regulatory activity is ongoing in Canada, China and Saudi Arabia.
  8. Jun 2022
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  10. Apr 2022
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  11. Mar 2022
    1. What is scamScam is a tricky effort to grab someone else property especially money by promising nonsense sum of money back to the victims, nevertheless it won't ever and never happen. However many ways to scam and all those categorized as crappy benefits upon the other's losesHow to avoid being scammedSimply use your healthy mind, nobody in this world would give you free money except your parents, verified donation institutions, very kind of people you've ever met on street or wherever he was and other rare types of human - in religious points, hard to find these daysHow to categorize scam1. High Alerted Scam: i.e. HYIP - High Yield Investment Programs. This scam is the most popular and successful trick to cheat innocent's money. Do you believe your money will be doubled on the hand of anonymous person? ah.. come on... Without working or having business our money stuck on static sum. Scammer give you illusion and grab your money, that's the point2. Common or Classic Scam: e.g. Carding, MLM, Ponzi, Pyramid Scheme, Fictitious Job Offer - Shark Loan, Fake Gift Card - Microsoft Call Center - Reward Pop Up - Tech Support - Amazon Giveaway, Scam Romance, Bank Of Scam Inc, Classic 419  etc.. 3. Crypto Scam: e.g. ICO, Self Drop, Scam Elon Musk Giveaway, Fake Crypto Trading, Fake Minted NFT, Scam Bot, Cloud Mining, Smart Contract etc.. 4. Threat: e.g. Phishing, Keylogger, Click Jacking, Deceptive Sites, Harmful Software, Botnets, Brute Force, Social Engineering, Malicious Files, Data Harvester etc..

  12. Jan 2022
    1. _re_id["doi"] = re.compile(r"\b10\.\d{4,}(?:\.\d+)*\/(?:(?!['\"&<>])\S)+\b") _re_id["bibcode"] = re.compile(r"\b\d{4}\D\S{13}[A-Z.:]\b") _re_id["arxiv"] = re.compile(r"\b(?:\d{4}\.\d{4,5}|[a-z-]+(?:\.[A-Za-z-]+)?\/\d{7})\b")
      • REGEX
    1. birnstiel commented on Mar 17, 2015 Thanks! The export script only returns the bibcodes, not the full entries. Is there a way to query all those bib codes? The ADS 2.0 search seems to support only one bibcode: search.
      • QUESTION?
    1. Solarsoft IDL
    2. NOTE: the query part of URL (i.e., after "query?") is restricted to 1000 characters. This effectively limits the number of bibcodes you can specify in one query to about 40. The ADS API webpage mentions a "bigquery" alternative option, but I couldn't get this to work.
      • ADS API: bigquery parameter
    3. https://api.adsabs.harvard.edu/v1/search/query?bibcode=2015ApJ...799..218Y&fl=title However, it's necessary to specify your ADS key for this to work. With the Unix curl command, the query is: curl -H "Authorization: Bearer [KEY GOES HERE]" \\ "https://api.adsabs.harvard.edu/v1/search/query?bibcode=2015ApJ...799..218Y&fl=title"
      • ADS API: needs API key!
    1. APIs for Scholarly Resources What is an API? API stands for application programming interface. An API is a protocol that allows a user to query a resource and retrieve and download data in a machine-readable format.  Researchers sometimes use APIs to download collections of texts, such as scholarly journal articles, so they can perform automated text mining on the corpus they've downloaded. Here is a simple tutorial that explains what an API is.  Below are some APIs that are available to researchers. Some are open to the public, while others are available according to the terms of Temple University Libraries' subscriptions. Many require you to create an API key, which is a quick and free process.   How do I Use APIs? You can create a simple query in the address bar in a web browser. However, a more complex query generally requires using a programming language. Commonly used languages for querying APIs are Python and R. (R is the language used in the R software.) The examples given in the documentation for the APIs listed below typically do not include sample programming code; they only explain how the data is structured in order to help users write a query. List of APIs for Scholarly Research arXiv Content: metadata and article abstracts for the e-prints hosted on arXiv.org Permissions: no registration required Limitations: no more than 4 requests per second Contact: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/arxiv-api, https://arxiv.org/help/api/index   Astrophysics Data System Content: bibliographic data on astronomy and physics publications from SAO/NASA astrophysics databases Permissions: free to register; request a key at https://github.com/adsabs/adsabs-dev-api Limitations: varies Contact: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/adsabs-dev-api, adshelp@cfa.harvard.edu   BioMed Central Content: metadata and full-text content for open access journals published in BioMed Central Permissions: free to access, request a key at https://dev.springer.com/signup Limitations: none Contact: info@biomedcentral.com   Chronicling America Content: digitized newspapers from 1789-1963, as well as a directory of newspapers published 1960 to the present, with information on library holdings Permissions: no registration required Limitations: none Contact: http://www.loc.gov/rr/askalib/ask-webcomments.html   CORE Content: metadata and full-text of over 100 million OA research papers Permissions: free to access for non-commercial purposes, request a key at https://core.ac.uk/api-keys/register Limitations: One batch request or five single requests every 10 seconds. Contact CORE if you need a faster rate. Contact: theteam@core.ac.uk   CrossRef Content: metadata records with CrossRef DOIs, over 100 million scholarly works Permissions: no registration required Limitations: guidelines to avoid overloading the servers at https://github.com/CrossRef/rest-api-doc#meta. "We reserve the right to impose rate limits and/or to block clients that are disrupting the public service." Contact: labs@crossref.org   Digital Public Library of America Content: metadata on items and collections indexed by the DPLA Permissions: request a free key; instructions here https://pro.dp.la/developers/policies Limitations: none, however, "The DPLA reserves the right to limit or revoke access to the API if, in its discretion, a user engages in abusive conduct, conduct that materially degrades the ability of other users to query the API." Contact: codex@dp.la   Elsevier Content: multiple APIs for full-text books and journals from ScienceDirect and citation data from Engineering Village and Embase Permissions: free to register; click 'Get API Key" to request a personal key: https://dev.elsevier.com/ Limitations: "Researchers at subscribing academic institutions can text mine subscribed full-text ScienceDirect content via the Elsevier APIs for non-commercial purposes."   Usage policies depend on use cases; see list at https://dev.elsevier.com/use_cases.html Contact: integrationsupport@elsevier.com   HathiTrust (Bibliographic API) Content: bibliographic and rights information for items in the HathiTrust Digital Library Permissions: no registration required Limitations: may request up to 20 records at once. Not intended for bulk retrieval Contact: feedback@issues.hathitrust.org   HathiTrust (Data API) Content: full-text of HathiTrust and Google digitized texts of public domain works Permissions: free to access, request a key at https://babel.hathitrust.org/cgi/kgs/request Limitations: "Please contact [HathiTrust] to determine the suitability of the API for intended uses." Contact: feedback@issues.hathitrust.org   IEEE Xplore Content: metadata for articles included in IEEE Xplore Permissions: must be affiliated with an institution that subscribes to IEEE Xplore. Temple is a subscriber. Limitations: maximum 1,000 results per query Contact: onlinesupport@ieee.org   JSTOR Content: full-text articles from JSTOR Permissions:  free to use, register at https://www.jstor.org/dfr/ Limitations:  Not a true API, but allows users to construct a search and then download the results as a dataset for text-mining purposes. Can download up to 25,000 documents. Largest datasets available by special request Contact: https://support.jstor.org/hc/en-us   National Library of Medicine Content: 60 separate APIs for accessing various NLM databases, including PubMed Central, ToxNet, and ClinicalTrials.gov. The PubMed API is listed separately below. Permissions: varies Limitations: varies Contact: varies   Nature.com OpenSearch Content: bibliographic data for content hosted on Nature.com, including news stories, research articles and citations Permissions: free to access Limitations: varies Contact: interfaces@nature.com   OECD Content: a selection of the top used datasets covering data for OECD countries and selected non-member economies. Datasets included appear in the catalogue of OECD databases with API access Permissions: no registration required, see terms and conditions Limitations: max 1,000,000 results per query, max URL length of 1,000 characters. Contact: OECDdotStat@oecd.org   PLOS Search API Content: full-text of research articles in PLOS journals Permissions: free to access, register at http://api.plos.org/registration/ <!--td {border: 1px solid #ccc;}br {mso-data-placement:same-cell;}--> Limitations: Max is 7200 requests a day, 300 per hour, 10 per minute. Users should wait 5 seconds for each query to return results. Requests should not return more than 100 rows. High-volume users should contact api@plos.org. API users are limited to no more than five concurrent connections from a single IP address. Contact: api@plos.org   PubMed Content: information stored in 38 NCBI databases, including some info from PubMed. Will retrieve a PubMed ID when citation information is input. Permissions: API key required starting May 1, 2018 Limitations: After May 1, 2018, with an API key a site can post up to 10 requests per second by default. Large jobs should be limited to outside 9-5 weekday hours. Higher rates are available by request (see contact information below) Contact: eutilities@ncbi.nlm.nih.gov <!--td {border: 1px solid #ccc;}br {mso-data-placement:same-cell;}--> ​   Springer Content: full-text of SpringerOpen journal content and BioMed Central, as well as metadata from other Springer resources <!--td {border: 1px solid #ccc;}br {mso-data-placement:same-cell;}--> Permissions: free to access, request a key at https://dev.springer.com/signup Limitations: noncommercial use Contact: tdm@springernature.com   World Bank APIs Content: APIs for the following datasets: Indicators (time series data), Projects (data on the World Bank’s operations), and World Bank financial data (World Bank Finances API) Permissions: no registration required Limitations: See Terms & Conditions of Using our Site Contact: data@worldbankgroup.org        Acknowledgements We would like to acknowledge API guides created by the Libraries at MIT, Berkeley, Purdue and Drexel that informed our work on this guide. 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Tags: API, Application Programming Interface, research methodology, scraping
      • GOOD LIST in legible format
    1. Digital marketing or online marketing is the promotional method for a business or brands and how to introduce products or services to potential customer by utilize the internet and variety of digital communication. The tools are such as email, social media, and website or blog advertising, text and multi media messages (messenger) as a marketing channel. Whatever it is, if a marketing and advertising program use digital communication tool then we call it as digital marketing. Digital marketing had been bypassing all marketing efforts and strategies that use gadget, electronic device and internet all around. And the great person behind digital marketing concept and strategy is Philip Kotler (Chicago IL USA).

      What is Digital Marketing?

      Digital marketing or online marketing is the promotional method for a business or brands and how to introduce products or services to potential customer by utilize the internet and variety of digital communication. The tools are such as email, social media, and website or blog advertising, text and multi media messages (messenger) as a marketing channel. Whatever it is, if a marketing and advertising program use digital communication tool then we call it as digital marketing. Digital marketing had been bypassing all marketing efforts and strategies that use gadget, electronic device and internet all around. And the great person behind digital marketing concept and strategy is Philip Kotler (Chicago IL USA).

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    1. karnesky commented on Sep 1, 2013 A few things to note here: arXiv does have preprints, but a lot of these are linked to journal articles & some people use it as a reprint server. If an arXiv record has a DOI, I would suggest (strongly) that it should be typed as a journal article. We may even just use the ADS link, which seems to have a great BibTeX-formatted record for most eprints (though I'm torn on doing that). NASA ADS and most others classify arXiv eprints as journal articles anyway. Zotero will import any of those as journal articles, so there might be a case to import all arXiv eprints as if they were journal articles
      • ok
    1. However these fields are not filled automatically by zotero when importing from arxiv, instead a Report is created with all three fields (Archive, Loc. in Archive, Call number) empty
      • OK: doesnt work, because:
      • arxiv.js import doesnt fill these fields
      • ADS.js import, doesnt
    2. According to the biblatex manual ftp://bay.uchicago.edu/CTAN/macros/latex/exptl/biblatex/doc/biblatex.pdf section 3.11.7, arxivprefix is an alias for eprinttype and primaryclass is an alias for eprintclass.
      • BIBLATEX: extended fields
      • the are alias
    3. uses in general the fields archivePrefix, eprint and primaryClass
  13. Dec 2021
    1. Adstex (Github, PyPI), written by Yao-Yuan Mao, allows you to bypass downloading BibTeX or other paper metadata to a master local database. Instead, you write your paper using TeX and cite commands as normal, then run adstex on the TeX document. The tool checks your paper for any cite commands, queries ADS, and downloads the necessary BibTeX entries to a .bib file for the paper.


    1. For first author + year citation keys, by default adstex would only search the astronomy database on NASA ADS. However, you can use --include-physics to include the ADS physics database.


    1. SAO/NASA Astrophysics Data System which (for the uninitiated) is a Digital Library portal for researchers in astronomy and physics, operated by the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory (SAO) under a NASA grant. The ADS maintains three bibliographic databases containing more than 14.0 million records covering publications in Astronomy and Astrophysics, Physics, and (of course) the arXiv e-prints. In addition to maintaining its bibliographic corpus, the ADS tracks citations and other information, which means that it is an important tool for evaluating publication impact.

      good info

    1. To complicate things further, papers submitted to the arXiv as preprints are indexed on ADS as preprints and only appear as journal articles when they are published

      arXiv-->preprints in ADS

    2. ADS also assigns a unique bibliometric code it generates itself (based on the metadata it obtains from Crossref).

      the BIBCODE

    3. When we publish a paper at the Open Journal of Astrophysics we assign a DOI and deposit it and related metadata to a system called CrossRef which is accessed by ADS to populate bibliographic fields in its own database


    1. We currently provide a form-based interface to the resolver as a prototype system simply for the purpose of allowing publishers to test its capabilities and offer suggestions or criticism.


    2. The resolver processes the input strings by performing the following steps: Reference parsing, i.e. identifying the different tokens listed in reference entry. Reference identification, i.e. using the parsed tokens to generate the unique bibliographic code identifier for the reference. Reference verification, i.e. querying the ADS database to verify the existence of the reference.

      Automatizacion de los 3 pasos 1-parser: like cv2bib->fichero regexps.txt 2-generar BIBCODE 3-consutla si existe

    3. Examples of references that are correctly parsed and identified include

      ejemplos formatos validos

    1. https://adsabs.harvard.edu/doi/DOI

      link por DOI

    2. https://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/bibcode

      link por BIBCODE

    3. The URL abs is available for users to directly access full records in the ADS Abstract Service by bibliographic code (see Building Bibcodes above). abs may be used to link directly to our abstracts from outside of the Abstract Service.

      links to full record

    4. The Reference Resolver allows users and information providers to query the ADS databases to verify the existence and availability of a particular bibliographic reference. The resolver attempts to be as flexible as possible in parsing reference strings and identifying the respective records, so that different citation formats are supported.


    5. To automate the generation of bibcodes from references we provide a Bibliographic Reference Resolver

      generar BIBCODE

    6. To verify that a bibcode is correct, you can use the Bibcode Verification Utility

      verificar BIBCODE

    1. Abstracts that we receive directly from the publishers and the original authors (called "author" abstracts) are instead a faithful and accurate reproduction of text that was published in the paper's abstract (except for math and non-ASCII symbols, of course).

      abstracts from plublisher

    2. Some of the abstracts in the ADS database (most abstracts in the time span 1975-1995) were given to us by the STI program at NASA, which in most cases rewrote the abstracts to avoid infringing the publisher's copyrights, often shortening the author's original abstract. In general, there is no way to be certain whether an abstract which originated from STI has been rewritten or not.

      different abstracts content

    3. The ADS is primarily an abstract service, however when we know that a certain article has been published online, we do provide a link to the fulltext, both in the available items column (as an "E" or "F") as well as at the top of the page displaying the abstract. If we do not provide that link, we do not have any further information.

      links to fulltext

    4. Starting in 2005, we have begun integrating citations obtained from parsing the reference sections of e-prints from the ArXiv.


    5. In addition, references may be incomplete due to our inability to match them with 100% accuracy (e.g. in press, private communications, author errors, some conference series, etc.). Anyone using the citations for analysis of publishing records should keep this in mind.

      References de un item

    6. In October 2007 we gained access to CrossRef's metadata, which includes references from many articles in the physical sciences


    7. In 1999 we started extracting reference lists from the full-text of papers available in the ADS article service or provided to us by the journal publishers

      ADS history

    8. How up-to-date is the Abstract Service? There should not be any significant delay in getting a paper from one of the major journals into our system, which is updated weekly. Records which we receive directly from journal publishers typically go into the system on or before the publication date.

      weekly update

    9. Starting in 2007 we have been able to further complete our coverage of historical records thanks to our access to CrossRef, which collects and makes available metadata records for most of the content produced by Scientific journals.

      ADS uses CrossRef

    1. The ADS FAQ and the ADS BibTeX guide list several options to get the journal macros to work. See also Undefined control sequence BibTex.

      see ADS

    2. The ADS database uses custom macros for certain field values. For common journals, a .bib entry downloaded from ADS will not contain journal = {Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society}, or journal = {MNRAS}, instead it will deliver a .bib file with journal = {\mnras},

      ADS==abbreviation for journal!

    3. With ADS the family names are incorrectly braced.


  14. Nov 2021
    1. What is Advertising? Free Advertising?

      Advertising is an effort to build opinion and perception on potential buyer, user and client about products or services with a persuasive communication plus media as tools. And free advertising means we did all those things with exactly no cost. In many cases it was over acting and turning into click baits. If we advertise something to someone that didn't expect to receive our ads, they could call us as spammer and we are absolutely spamming them, a simple way to trigger complaints even more on Social Media. So stay away from spamming because you need audience, visitor, buyer and so on.. Don't make them hate you because excessive advertising okay. If you think it was sent by mistakes then ask apologies faster than lightning to your victims. Meanwhile free advertising group is a bunch of collection on those words. You already knew it. Sorry I don't want take any reference from Wikipedia as like other blogger did, I don't want to be blind follower on some reference platform. I like to be owner of natural ideas. This is a truth if my article was not passing through standard quality of contents, anyhow I know it well, the best thing is this blog faraway from plagiarism, copyright infringement, copy paste other articles, ideas steals etcetera.

  15. Oct 2021
    1. Free Ads Groups is online community and social media networking based on mutual benefits as affiliate marketer. Free Ads Groups consist of and committed for community in real life for such additional side income if possible
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    1. There are clever ways around trackers

      I also recommend switching to FIrefox, getting the Facebook container extension and Privacy Badger extension!

  18. Aug 2020
  19. Jul 2020
    1. The IAB Transparency and Consent Framework supports both Server-specific consent and Global consent. The former is given by the consumer to a Publisher or Vendor to access their browser and/or perform the requested processing purposes where a Publisher or vendor requires consent for their site

      Consent for the publisher to "access their browser"? Hmm. The Web is a pull-based, client/server, request/response model, not a push model. So it seems odd to me to talk about a publisher needing consent to "access" the user's browser. It is the user's browser (user agent) that made the HTTP request to the publisher's web server. Doesn't the publisher have the right, then, to send a response containing whatever content they wish, since the user requested the content? If the client wishes to filter/block/exclude some of that content, it seems like they have that right, but it seems the responsibility for that is on the client side, not the server side.

      Not that I like ads, but I wonder how much of these new policies are based on a misunderstanding of how web technologies actually work....

      Maybe the distinction is that the publisher of whom you requested content may dynamically load content (ads) from 3rd parties that the user did not specifically request content from? That too is just how the web works, and it is the publisher who controls what other content to load from other domains/sources. But it still may be a worthwhile distinction...?

  20. Jun 2020
    1. Entertainment 11 Movies to Watch About Racism and Protests From 'Do the Right Thing' to 'Fruitvale Station'

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  21. Apr 2020
    1. COVID-19 Reklamlarınızın Fişini Çekmesin Ülkemiz ve dünyamız koronavirüsün yayılmasıyla karşı karşıya kaldıkça, sizinki gibi işletmeler umutsuzca gemilerini daha sonra nereye yönlendireceklerini bulmaya çalışıyorlar. Yükünüzü azaltmak için bir şeylerden vazgeçmeyi düşünüyorsanız, reklamlarınız bunlardan biri olmamalı. Koronavirüs sırasında pazarlama her endüstri için uygun olmasa da dijital pazarlama , COVID-19 sırasında hayatta kalan işinizin kritik bir parçası olabilir.
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  22. Mar 2020
    1. How do relevant ads help pay for content and services? Advertising is the engine that powers much of the content and services that consumers enjoy online. More relevant ads get more clicks, and advertisers pay more for these ads, allowing content and services providers to continue to operate without charging visitors to their sites.
    1. It wouldn’t mean an end to being able to target ads online. Contextual targeting doesn’t require personal data — and has been used successfully by the likes of non-tracking search engine DuckDuckGo for years (and profitably so). It would just mean an end to the really creepy, stalkerish stuff. The stuff consumers hate — which also serves up horribly damaging societal effects, given that the mass profiling of internet users enables push-button discrimination and exploitation of the vulnerable at vast scale.
    2. self-regulation is a core part of why adtech is in the abject mess it’s in.
    1. The deceitful obfuscation of commercial intention certainly runs all the way through the data brokering and ad tech industries that sit behind much of the ‘free’ consumer Internet. Here consumers have plainly been kept in the dark so they cannot see and object to how their personal information is being handed around, sliced and diced, and used to try to manipulate them.
    2. From an ad tech perspective, the concern is that manipulation doesn’t work when it’s obvious. And the goal of targeted advertising is to manipulate people’s decisions based on intelligence about them gleaned via clandestine surveillance of their online activity (so inferring who they are via their data). This might be a purchase decision. Equally it might be a vote.
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    1. Our Core ValuesWe have adopted and applied many of the ideas from Read the Docs on Ethical Advertising.OpennesswHonestyShare KnowledgeRespect/CollaborationOpen Source
    2. We do not track, profile, or sell information. We do not use cookies. We only show ads that are relevant and meaningful to the users.
  25. May 2019
  26. Mar 2019
    1. Amazon has been beta testing the ads on Apple Inc.’s iOS platform for several months, according to people familiar with the plan. A similar product for Google’s Android platform is planned for later this year, said the people, who asked not to be identified because they’re not authorized to share the information publicly.

      Sounds like one of the best reasons I've ever heard to run Brave Browser both on desktop and mobile. https://brave.com/

  27. Dec 2018
  28. Nov 2017
    1. ADS shares those matches with us via its API, and we use that information to populate DOI and JREF fields on arXiv papers.

      I've always wondered if this were true. I continue to wonder if arXiv uses other sources of eprint-DOI matches to corroborate or append to those from ADS.

  29. May 2017
  30. Apr 2017
    1. The centrality of that deal in our lives makes it outrageous that there are companies who seize our time and attention for absolutely nothing in exchange, and indeed, without consent at all—otherwise known as “attention theft.” 

      This will become more and more prevalent...

  31. Sep 2015
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    1. We discuss two examples where, byprioritizing user satisfaction as measured by ads blindnessor sightedness, we have changed the auction ranking func-tion [10] and drastically reduced the ad load on the mobileinterface. Reducing the mobile ad load strongly improvedthe user experience but was a substantially short-term rev-enue negative chang