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> Wikipedia graduates to more annoying click-throughs
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post Sat 31st December 2011, 2:22pm
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I see Wikipedia has graduated from plain old irritating banner ads to the uber-annoying pop-over important buttons click-through style ads.

How is this better than a for-profit site?
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post Sat 31st December 2011, 4:10pm
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QUOTE(Emperor @ Sat 31st December 2011, 2:22pm) *

I see Wikipedia has graduated from plain old irritating banner ads to the uber-annoying pop-over important buttons click-through style ads.

How is this better than a for-profit site?

And they're ugly and poorly made, too.
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post Sat 31st December 2011, 9:34pm
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QUOTE(melloden @ Sat 31st December 2011, 11:10am) *

QUOTE(Emperor @ Sat 31st December 2011, 2:22pm) *

I see Wikipedia has graduated from plain old irritating banner ads to the uber-annoying pop-over important buttons click-through style ads.

How is this better than a for-profit site?

And they're ugly and poorly made, too.


True. Pretty soon they're going to be flying in from the side of the screen. "Hey, click the "x" if you'd like to use Wikipedia!"
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