I just found the time to read Alan Gardyne’s latest newsletter.
(If you aren’t subscribed to that one, I suggest you do so immediately: http://www.associateprograms.com/)
Under the heading ‘Microsoft planning to reward deception’, Alan talks about the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times reporting Microsoft wants to
buy Claria, formerly Gator, a company with an obnoxious history.
I can highly recommend you to read all about it as Microsoft again seems to go the wrong way and discover what comes up as No. 1 if you do a search in
Google for “gator” today.
http://www.associateprograms.com/articles/publish-website-articles-fast.html (sorry, link deleted, because this article has been removed)
and click on topic no. 3
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