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Blatant Advertising

 
Neerav Narielwala
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Hi,

what does Blatant Advertising mean?
 
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You can post to this forum Java-related product announcements and software or web sites you want to advertise. Look through the older posts to see what ends up here.
 
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Originally posted by Neerav Narielwala:
Hi,

what does Blatant Advertising mean?

Generally, free sites tend to carry different material which differs dramatially from what commercially sponsored web traffic carries.

I have found the free sites have material I find useful, but keeping them going is very difficult.

What blatant means is difficult to explain without making fine distinctions that are difficult to resolve in a neutral manner.

See:

http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=man+push+cart

Imagine the difficulties this man faces when the competition is large funding to Globally Entrenched Enterprise.

What blatant means is that we as small scale, Freedom is Important recognize the people who read this site need a place to promote their work.

It's just really, really difficult to explain.

I met an individual in Starbucks a few weeks ago. He was from a third world country, and made a remark about the customer in front of us.

Neither he nor I had any slightest latency in reaching a commonality about the remark, but our entire conversation was filled with words of this sort.

It has to do with advertising where advertising is normally .......

It's just so difficult to explain.
[ January 05, 2007: Message edited by: Nicholas Jordan ]
 
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