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Postby Shepherd on Thu Apr 05, 2001 6:17 am

If pop-ups are making Keenspot money, then by God they should have pop-ups. <P>They pop up, I close 'em. They pop up, I close 'em. It's an extra click, no big deal, and helps keep KS alive.<P>They suck a little, sure. But they don't suck a lot.
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Postby -PDI- on Fri Apr 06, 2001 12:54 am

But the latest word uis that they're not KS' choice or fault. They specifically request no popups from the adserver, but some get through, and have to be blocked individually as soon as they know about them.<P>Have hope, the popup menace will someday die.<P>------------------
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Postby Howard Tayler on Sun Apr 08, 2001 11:21 am

I agree on both counts. I'm willing to serve the popups because although they're irritating, they pay the bandwidth bills. But I want them to go away. I want to run presence and mindshare ads for big companies like Coke or Pepsi. I want to run movie banners. Heck, I'll sell <STRIKE>Microsoft products</STRIKE> never mind. I have my limits.<P>--Howard
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