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Seeing a Forrester report cited in a roadblock ad is what took me by surprise the most (the report is by bruce temkin). About the ad though, it frustrated me the landing page linked had no context to the message of the banner. I feel increasingly that banner ads are getting inventive and entertaining... but still stuffer the problems of any advertising.

Just picked this up via Armano: http://bit.ly/18YcZo

I like how the Apple model is challenging both the idea that engagement is provoked through annoyance and the constraints of the sizes.

As for the internship, you could probably fund a non-profit project or two with what someone would pay for it.

I thought it funny that all eyes in the NYT page appear to be fixated on the giant pair of legs. Which made me wonder if these type of ads could start to interact with non-advertisement content.

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