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thepineapplehead
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Now I don't mind it at all, it's another great way to gain revenue, but is it not context-sensitive?

I'd much prefer to see links to CSS and HTML books that (currently) Beauty and the Beast Tongue

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just playing

Actually I am just playing around with a new style of amazon adds that target the user based on cookies left behind from previous amazon visits.
So have you been searching amazon for beauty products or are you a beast Wink

I don't expect the adds to be there for long.

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I've noticed this type of ad

I've noticed this type of ad in many places recently. The strange thing is, why advertise something that a person probably already bought? I recently purchased a bluetooth mouse and half the sites I visit (this one included) are trying to sell me another bluetooth mouse.

p.s. wow, I was able to post twice in one day - a new beginning!