Microsoft brings Ads to shopping carts

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    Barry Hawkey

    She has returned!

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    Barry Hawkey

    She has returned!

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    tina10

    Yes, she has!  Beware!  Smiley 

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    Googleman81

    *looks around for arztek*

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    Googleman81

    *looks around for arztek*

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    John Bowersox

    I am glad you are back tina.  I missed watching and reading your posts.

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    John Bowersox

    I am glad you are back tina.  I missed watching and reading your posts.

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    Matthew Mushall

    Never fear, Arztek's here.

    Is there anything that can't be done or incorporated online these days?  I was gifted with a limited photographic memory, so I tend to memorize my grocery lists, but it's great to see how this technology could improve our shopping routines.  Then again, big brother is always watching.

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    Matthew Mushall

    Never fear, Arztek's here.

    Is there anything that can't be done or incorporated online these days?  I was gifted with a limited photographic memory, so I tend to memorize my grocery lists, but it's great to see how this technology could improve our shopping routines.  Then again, big brother is always watching.

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    quikboy

    Interesting concept. Though, I think Microsoft should focus more on other product platforms than small little 'ad' projects like this. It's not that important.

    But at least it's a step ahead somewhere.

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    quikboy

    Interesting concept. Though, I think Microsoft should focus more on other product platforms than small little 'ad' projects like this. It's not that important.

    But at least it's a step ahead somewhere.

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    Barry Hawkey

     

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    Dengin

    Don't necessarily agree with this. While the GUI-based OS is not something that was developed by Microsoft (I remember TOS), they took the concept and an OS represented with 'windows' is now a worldwide standard, and it changed the way people use computers worldwide. This could very well be the next 'Windows' and change the way people shop.

    It could happen...

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    Dengin

    Don't necessarily agree with this. While the GUI-based OS is not something that was developed by Microsoft (I remember TOS), they took the concept and an OS represented with 'windows' is now a worldwide standard, and it changed the way people use computers worldwide. This could very well be the next 'Windows' and change the way people shop.

    It could happen...

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