Mar 13 2009

Privacy

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2 responses so far

  • http://googler9SD.com LAVERNE

    Cheers mate and thanks for this fresh point of view, I really enjoed it.

  • http://unrealitymag.com disappointed

    I’ve been a long time lurker. I’ve enjoyed the watching the site grow, reading the informative posts and have used it for a valuable source of information pertaining to like minded interests. I even purchased a certain book and read it and thought it to be well written and original.

    However, over last month, maybe two — I’ve seen a disturbing amount of advertising added to the site. I understand that revenue is important to keeping the site alive and working. But there are choices and when those choices penetrate the experience to frustration while undermining the privacy of the visitor — well let me just say it sucks to scroll and every picture has an advertisement. It blows that I click and have to close a popup. This site is no longer credible.

    Sure I can prevent that through the use of additional software, but then I ask myself why? I enjoyed this site without the use of browser aids once. Why should I have to alter that? I can simply replace unrealitymag.com with something else.