Advert blocking software is thought to be used by something in the region of just five per cent of online users, or 150 million people of you prefer. It is, however, on the up; research conducted by Adobe and anti-adblocking campaigners PageFair suggests that ad blocking use rose by 70 per cent last year. Of the various options out there, Adblock Plus is one of the best known and most used. Which is why the company behind it, Eyeo GmbH, recently found itself on the sharp end of a court case in Germany seeking an injunction to prevent it from …

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In a story this week by [URL="http://www.spiegel.de/international/germany/0,1518,655422,00.html"]German news magazine Der Spiegel[/URL], I was surprised to learn that German book publishers are actively avoiding the eBook market, fearing it will eat into their print publishing business, instead of seeing it as an obvious new market for consumers to read their books. [B]eBook Market Slow to Grow in Germany[/B] For now, the eBook market in Germany is lagging far behind the US and other countries where eBook readers are being sold. In fact, according to numbers cited in the article, 10,000 readers have been sold in Germany. Recent projections have the Kindle …

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I can't seem to find an thread that matches my questions so I am starting a new thread... I made an application. I used: VB.net 2010 SAP Crystal Reports Runtime Engine for .NET Framework 4.0 SQL Server Database (.mdf) I don't really know how to setup so I just publish my program pressing "Publish Now" And here are problems found: 1. Having error when running the program involving the crystal reports 2. After installation, Database is not found or something like that. What I need: 1. An installer version of my program with the database in it. 2. and of …

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Dear friends, I started a project which now needs a way to implement the other site. In fact, you should also publish the same content on the site PHP website partner. What are the odds to bring and what should I use? I tried the function (include), but this is not the happiest solution. Iframe think it also does not meet certain requirements. Do you have any suggestions? Thanks

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Hey everybody, I just made an application for Android, and In the developer console it reads as published, but when I search the application, it does not find it... any help on this?

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So i have this SharePoint 2010 Publishing site collection and i can create subsites under it simply by going to Site Actions > Create New Sites. There's a button that says 'More Options' which gives me more options for the new subsite. I get extra options like 'Permissions' and 'Navigation Inheritance'. I would like to add an extra settings option here.. (programatically using event receivers maybe). And also add a corresponding settings page somewhere in the Site Settings. So my question is, if this is possible at all? If yes... then how? I would ideally like to configure the navigation …

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Hello to all creative indie game developers out there, We are an up-and-coming publishing company called Best Games Media Group and we would like to connect to as many of you as possible. Our team is constantly working on growing our network of channel partners and affiliates, which will provide your games with popularity and a large user base. Our network covers the whole of Eastern Europe and also the French and English markets. We can even offer to make French or English translations of the games. We have a good knowledge of the game market and we have prepared …

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Hello to all, I got problem in my vb.net program in publishing it. I am using Microsoft Visual Studio 2008, when I publish my program and I got the setup file and when i tried to run into another computer I got some error saying that it cant connect into the database. Actually I used msSQL 2005 server in my VS 2008. I will appreciate for any help. thanks Sorry for my bad english.

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I particularly like the Publish facility within VS 2008 (VB). What I actually want to do is use the same facility for a Spreadsheet. I.E. I have a Spreadsheet with a chunk of VBA code behind it. Is there anyway to incorporate the spreadsheet into a VS 2008 VB project so that I can use the "Publish" facility to distribute updated versions of the spreadsheet from a web page (As created by the Publish Wizzard)

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Join papatoto.com and start making some quick and easy money online! Just publish your articles for free and start earning..you need not be a professional writer for this.. so start using papatoto from now!!

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In a wide-ranging [URL="http://www.spiegel.de/international/business/0,1518,644229,00.html"]interview with the German Magazine Der Spiegel [/URL]recently, the Head of Google Europe, Philipp Schindler, defended his company against the latest round of attacks from publishers who claim that Google is siphoning profits without creating content. Truth be told, this argument is getting old and it suggests that the publishers themselves have abdicated any responsibility for their own lack of vision. The fact is that the newspaper industry has had years and years to deal with the internet and they never made any real attempt to rest control from Google, Craigslist or any of the other successful …

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One of the big rules of online advertising as I understand it is that you count success to a great extent based on how many people click through to your site. It's really the basis of how people get paid by Google for [URL="https://adwords.google.com/select/AdSenseLoginToAdWords"]Google AdSense[/URL]. If you get click-throughs you get paid and advertisers pay Google based on this number, but a [URL="http://www.btobonline.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20090612/FREE/906129979/1001"]new study[/URL] has found that there is value in people simply seeing the ads, so long as the person is fully engaged with the content and there is some contextual relationship between the content and the ads. [B]Hasn't …

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Just checking out some of the stock prices of the big online retailers after Black Monday – the biggest online shopping day of the year. eBay was up 3.45% in Monday trading while Amazon was up 3.0% -- both prices indicative of the bullish sentiment investors are showing on online retail companies this holiday season. I discussed eBay in the last few blogs so let’s let Amazon take a turn. After hitting a one-year high of $101.09 in October, the stock hit the skids in November, sliding back to the low $80’s range. That number should pick up again throughout …

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[B]An innovative experiment in publishing by a doctor in Mumbai has sparked off a wide range of academic publications, giving authors hundreds of new readers and a genuine chance to create relevant new knowledge. [/B] Mumbai-based Medknow is an open publishing firm that creates academic (mostly medical) journals, puts them online, and makes them accessible to all. While sharing all this useful information without a fee, it makes a tidy profit for itself and also builds readership and credibility for both the journals and the authors. Started by Dev Kumar Sahoo, a doctor, Medknow Publications Pvt Ltd promises to "provide …

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I am a writer by profession. Over the last two decades, I have been fortunate enough to have seen more than twenty of my books make it into print. Some have even sold enough copies for me to earn royalties over and above my advance. With publishing house marketing budgets ever increasingly being squeezed, and us little authors in niche markets such as IT being most squished as a result, it can be difficult to sell enough copies to earn a living. Which is why, outside of the big name bestselling authors, the rest of us do other things to …

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If you are the GoogleBot, you are probably reading this. Why? Well, your creator, the rapidly evolving Google Inc, who might I add has prevented many execs at Microsoft and Yahoo from sleeping well at night, released its Blog search feature today, which indexes RSS and Atom feeds. It’s a feature that last July I actually speculated would materialize. I wrote, in an article on [url=http://www.w3reports.com/index.php?itemid=494]W3Reports[/url], the following: [quote] There’s a growing base of individuals, mostly bloggers, pondering the thought that the search giant Google, Inc. may be making a calculated move by looking for files that in some cases …

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The End.