Posts Tagged ‘What’s’

What’s your opinion of those Viagra and Cialis commercials?

Question by directorG: What’s your opinion of those Viagra and Cialis commercials?
They show all the time when viewing news programs on MSNBC. I really enjoy Olbermann and Maddow, but these erectile dysfunction commercials always appear while my family is viewing the shows. I’m a young adult now, but it’s still (and may ALWAYS be) awkward for a penile subject to enter the room with my whole family present.

There may be a later timeframe more appropriate for these sexually charged commercials to be broadcast, but at 5 and 6 pm? Really? Aren’t little children still up until at least 8?

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Answer by ♥BαḋGïɾL RïdA♥™
wish I was the chick promoting them

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10 2013

What’s the latest on Courtney Van Dunk, the jersey girl who advertised her body for a website?

Question by j_fencsak: What’s the latest on Courtney Van Dunk, the jersey girl who advertised her body for a website?
I still think she’s one of the hottest Jersey girls in the state. She has a myspace as well, too. I think she was interviewed on numerous outlets like Fox News, CNN, NBC, etc. She graduated from the College of New Jersey, but what’s up with her?

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Answer by bgee2001ca
She certainly marches to the beat of a different drummer, but I guess it takes all kinds.

Seriously I think she is lacking in self confidence, and self respect for some unknown reason.

Its too bad, she has a long life ahead of her.

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27

09 2013

What’s the craziest way of advertising you have ever seen?

Question by Cherry Cherry Boom Boom: What’s the craziest way of advertising you have ever seen?
This woman once legally changed her name to her website to promote it… i think thats a little extreme but if any of u know the person or story, i wanna search it up and save the page.

are there any other crazy ways of advertising you have seen over the past years?

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Answer by awesome!!
I’ve seen people with tattoos.

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06

08 2013

What’s the difference between Usenet and modern day message boards?

Question by Chase: What’s the difference between Usenet and modern day message boards?

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Answer by TechSono
The primary difference is that Usenet is a separate network. It can run independent of the internet, and uses the NNTP protocol as opposed to the web’s HTTP protocol. Usenet “binary” newsgroups can also contain files, 7.5 terabytes of files are uploaded/downloaded every day.

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17

09 2012

what’s the fuss about the IRC and USENET these days? does anyone still use this kind of technology?

Question by : what’s the fuss about the IRC and USENET these days? does anyone still use this kind of technology?
aint those 80s stuff? or at least early 90s? ever since the world wide web becomes standard, i doubt anybody is still retrieving information from the usenet, but I’d be surprised when I accidently logged in to my almost 20 yr old usenet acct. and guess what? A LOTTA ACTIVITIES are still going on there. jee. when the chat room just died, usenet is still thriving…

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Answer by Andi
a lot of illegal material and pron (esp v illegal) gets exchanged there…

A lot of the world is not on high speed broadband.. so it is still a useful network.

and for those who are not windows/http based…
It provides the original ease of access and interchange of information.

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27

05 2012

What’s the best way to advertise my news website?

Question by Elliott: What’s the best way to advertise my news website?
I just launched it and I’m having trouble getting users, how can I get more users without having to spend money? my website is www.Openinternetnews.com

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Answer by Sierra
The best way to advertise is through your friends send the link to them and ask them to send the link to the rest of their friends. Friends are the cheapest and fastest way to advertise.

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07

08 2011

whats a usenet and how do i acces it?

Question by Silverhair: whats a usenet and how do i acces it?
I’ve heard people talk about usenets and how awesome they are, but what is it and how do i access a usenet?

Guide for dummies if you don’t mind :)

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Answer by Scribe2k
A usenet is a topic based discussion thread where people can contribute to the ideas and discussions on that thread.
The theme generally determines what the information is that is contained on that usenet group.

The second link below is a beginners guide that is most helpful and a basic introduction.

Good luck and enjoy the ride.

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29

06 2011

Whats the best place to look for news articles that deal with the ethics of advertising?

Question by Uahomo Iahomo: Whats the best place to look for news articles that deal with the ethics of advertising?

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Answer by Maya R
Here are a couple of places:

http://ezinearticles.com/?Ethics-in-Advertising&id=75860

http://advertising.about.com/od/ethics/Ethics_in_Advertising_and_Public_Relations.htm

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24

06 2011

Whats was the price for Apranet or Usenet in the early 80s ?

Question by Alberto Del Rio: Whats was the price for Apranet or Usenet in the early 80s ?
Before the Internet there was Apranet & Usenet in the 80s.

But my question is,

What was the monthly price range for Apranet or Usenet Service in the early 80s ? Or how much did they charge for Emails etc.

Additional facts & information on Apranet/Usenet would be appriciated. (Like network speed, etc)

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Answer by bob535
Arpanet was a military and educational link that was only really attached to universities. There was no centralized cost as we know it, the cost would have been by in the hardware at the ends, and the lines that connected them.

As for speed, it really can’t be measured in anything useful. It could send text.

After Arpanet, still in the early 80s, the only connections that really existed were in education institutions, government and large corporations. Again, centralized costs were non-existant to the end user. The connected university or company paid for the hardware and lines.

Centralized payments only came around when the lines/hardware needed to be rented to other people. This didn’t really happen until a little later.

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18

05 2011

What’s on the Internet : The Definitive Guide to the Internet’s Usenet Newsgroups,1996 publication



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