what she means:
in the flesh was one of the the best shows to come out in recent years and dealt with real world topics in a popular format that was breached in an original and intriguing way and i will never understand why it only got two seasons comprised of nine episodes in its entirety that ended with a cliffhanger that will haunt me to my dying days meanwhile some shows that have run their course ad nauseum are still being allowed to scrape the barrel for new material
I can’t help but be encouraged when major retailers run LGBTA-friendly ad campaigns. I know, I know, corporations are not our friends, but still: it means that somewhere in the bowels of that soulless corporate machine, the cold calculus of opportunity versus risk determined that gay people have more money than bigots. There’s some small comfort in that.
anyway we all know the reason why vine is going down is bcos you cant run an ad on a six second video. and even if they put adds on the site, most people access it via mobile or by linking the vine into tumblr.
no money making = no reason to keep vine up
sad but true. capitalism murdered vine
my prediction is that a ‘new’ vine is going to pop up with longer videos or some way for them to run ads during, before or after. or even a subscriber model. the vine idea has proven successful, they just need to find a way to make money off it now.
Dan looks like he's that cool uncle you meet at Christmas that you didn’t realise you had but turns out to be a creep and just spits all over you as he tells you a story about how he backpacked across Europe
I work at a local newspaper, running
the classified ads for our town. A woman called wanting to place an ad to rent
an apartment. She seemed unable to understand that our paper, “The Town News,” did
not distribute to the neighboring city.
Client: Does this go to City?
Me: No ma'am, City has their own
paper– “The City Times.”
Client: Oh. But will these be on the Internet
Me: Yes ma'am, all of our ads are places
online as well.
back in May by the European Food Safety Authority found that palm oil
contained contaminants that could be carcinogenic, or cancer-causing.
The EFSA didn’t recommend that people stop eating palm oil
all together — but the research moved Italy’s largest supermarket chain
to boycott palm oil for all of its in-house products, Reuters reported, and raised concerns about Nutella, which is made with palm oil.
Ferrero, the company that makes Nutella, is currently running an ad
campaign in Italy reportedly meant to “assure the public about the
safety of Nutella.” Read more