I understand that some pages are related to advertisement and it's one of their core money source.. but I see a bad business model in this business strategicy. You can't just FORCE someone to go with your business model, just because you decided that you sell bullshit for even more of them.
In Germany we have a news label that blocks every AdBlock user. I am actually happy, because this news label is the worst and is spreading stupidy around the would, so they blocking them own.. thank you at this point. But I am afraid that other pages will follow and this is NOT the right way, ladies and gentlemen.
Don't force your customers to your business model. Adjust your model to your customers!
It's like the gaming business model.. pay 13€/$ a month for a game like 1000 others? Why, when you can play Free2Play games? So okey, block or reduce the options your free users can use.. they leave and get better alternatives and you still don't get any cent.
Riot Games did a Free2Play game with an Ingame shop that won't give you any advantages, just makes you look cooler and encourages the quality overall.
Guess what: They earn tons of money!!
Just my 2 cents in general. No finger pointing at anyone. Read it, make your own mind and if you want, you can also discuss about it.
People create perceptions of actors based on the parts they played so it might surprise some people to learn that contrary to some of the sterner(or downright scary) characters he played, Alan was extremely kind, generous, self-deprecating and funny. And certain things obviously became even funnier when delivered in his unmistakable double-bass.
As an actor he was one of the first of the adults on Potter to treat me like a peer rather than a child. Working with him at such a formative age was incredibly important and I will carry the lessons he taught me for the rest of my life and career. Film sets and theatre stages are all far poorer for the loss of this great actor and man.
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- Computer and Network ServicesPresident, 2005 - 2011Notable Projects: * Planned, and implemented the network for a new multi-tenant office building where every suite had its own securely isolated network while still allowing for some shared common resources such as a printing center and conference room. * Maintained the computers, networks, and Point of Sale systems of three local area True Value Hardware stores. * Built and administered custom, need specific firewalls for multiple clients. * Setup and host multiple e-commerce websites for clients.
- Odyssey Computer SolutionsNetwork Engineer, 2002 - 2005Notable Projects: * Built and administered a clustered Sun/Solaris VoIP Soft switch and provided residential phone and virtual PBX service to residents and businesses. * Provided the provisioning, support, and ongoing administration for a Fiber-to-the-Home implementation with services including both Internet and feature rich residential phone service. * Provisioned, maintained, and administered an Exchange server providing a hosted Exchange platform for clients. * Designed, implemented, and provided administration, provisioning, and customer support of a wireless broadband and dial-up ISP. * Designed, implemented, and maintained a proxy for dial-up customers that compressed images, removed whitespace from html, and GZIPed the http stream to provide a "5 times faster" browsing experience.
- Christa McAuliffe AcademyInformation Technology Director, 1999 - 2002Notable Projects: * Transitioned the curriculum from shipped materials to Internet delivered using technologies such as Adobe Flash for dynamic interaction and Citrix ICA for a secure testing environment. * Created and maintained a secure database for student records that was remotely and securely accessible to faculty anywhere in the world without the need for a VPN. * Setup a Windows and Mac (System 7 and OS8 using AppleTalk) network with resources for staff and faculty using NT4 authentication paired with print and file sharing via a Linux server. * Administered and maintained one of the first commercial VoIP PBX systems: a first generation, prototype, 3Com NBX system. * Administered an online collaboration platform for our "Virtual Classrooms" which rivaled the capabilities provided today by platforms such as Adobe Connect and Cisco WebEx.
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