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Mabson Enterprises, Mish Mash Mush and The Dark Arts – Jacob Ciocci
My review of "Now That's What I Call Mabson 7" (of which I am a contributor):
Music  art  remix  culture  internet  promo  pr  advertising  attention  anonymous  anonymity  netart  criticism 
may 2013 by driscoll
Have you been Scroogled? Try Bing—we don't limit your shopping choices.
Google admits they've now built "a purely commercial model" that delivers listings ranked by "bid price." via
google  bing  search  industry  web  siliconvalley  advertising  marketing  economics  competition 
november 2012 by driscoll
Please explain to me why a bot would click on ads? (if anyone knows)Is it crawle... | Hacker News
Interesting data on how FB has neglected bot prevention. RT : peak into the weird world of Bots and Ads: ”
facebook  advertising  fraud  industry  botnet  bot  socialmedia 
july 2012 by driscoll
philosecurity » Blog Archive » Interview with an Adware Author
M: Most things don’t have to be perfect. In particular, things involving human interactions don’t have to be perfect, because groups of humans have all these self-regulations built in. If you and I have an agreement and you screwed me over badly, you’ve always got in the back of your mind the nagging worry that I’m going to show up on your doorstep with a club and kill you. Because of that, people don’t tend to screw each other too much, right? At least, they try not to. One danger, perhaps, of moving towards an algorithmically driven society is that the algorithms aren’t scared of us showing up and beating them up. The algorithms will do whatever it is that they are designed to do. But mostly I’m not too worried about that.
privacy  security  windows  software  programming  advertising  code 
march 2012 by driscoll
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