4 comments on “And now Eoin\’s complaining about

  1. Surely the internet as a public service should be in the gift of leftie politicians using our taxes. Most unfair that it is not :)

  2. Dear Timothy,

    Not the ‘entire’ internet. Some of us are more ethical than that.

    Warmest regards,

    Éoin

    Tim adds: So you don’t use Google then? Twitter? Facebook? They’re all paid for by contextual advertising after all. As your original post pointed out.

  3. “So you don’t use Google then? Twitter? Facebook? They’re all paid for by contextual advertising after all. As your original post pointed out.”

    Actually, his blog seems to be on blogger (i.e. google) and he does advertise his twitter account as well as asking people to donate money to his “research”so I guess what he really objects to is when people or companies doing things that he doesn’t like advertise

  4. Maybe if he paid for the full app and not the free one supported by advertising he wouldn’t have to have his sensibilities offended. Cheapskate.

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