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Twitter Ad Prices Still Not Seeing Bottom | Trend Du Jour: Spinning Off New Print Products from Web | Ad Tech Firms Establishing Viewability Cred

Social: Twitter, still trying to attract significant ad share, allowed its media prices to decline by about a fifth over the last quarter. Media: Digiday points out the trend of online media outlets opening up their own print vehicles, usually of significantly smaller scale than typical consumer magazines, typically with pre-sold major sponsorships. The motive for the trend [...]



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Pinterest’s First Transparency Report: Only 12 Govt. Data Requests

Following in the footsteps of many other big name web/tech properties, Pinterest published its first transparency report on Friday.
But there’s not much of a comparison between Pinterest’s report and the ones that others have shared in the past couple years.
While companies like Google and Facebook typically report thousands of government requests in any six-month period, Pinterest says it received just 12 such requests between July and December 2013.
Yep, 12.
Here’s the breakdown, in a chart that even I could’ve made:

Pinterest says all 12 of those requests were from inside the U.S. — nothing was requested from international governments. And of those 12, 11 of the requests came from state/local agencies.
Pinterest says it provided at least partial information to the requesting agency in 11 of the 12 cases.




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Nokia’s first Android phone available for Rs 8,599

Nokia has launched its first Android device for India at an event in Mumbai. The first phone from the company to run on Google’s Android operating system. The phone, priced at Rs 8,599, will be available through online and offline retailers across India starting Monday. The Nokia X will be available from today for Rs ...
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Write a Program to convert decimal to Octal in C Language

Write a Program to convert decimal to OCTAL in C Language Decimal to octal conversion method: Step 1: Divide the original decimal number by 8Step 2: Divide the quotient by 8Step3: Repeat the step 2 until we get quotient equal to zero. Result octal number would be remainders of each step in the reverse order. ...
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Every Google User Should Must Know this URL

Were can you get a list of every ad that you have clicked on Google? Where should you go if you don’t remember your administrator password? What are your interests as determined by Google? Here are 10 important links that every Google user should know about. They are tucked away, somewhere deep inside your Google ...
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