Half a croissant, on a plate, with a sign in front of it saying '50c'
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Ads in numbers

Ad not Add numbers!
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Reading is hard. To use one example, a 2003 study in the US found that "21% to 23% of adult Americans were not 'able to locate information in text'"

The idea is to sell advertising inside numeric shapes, probably permanently, to the highest bidders. In this way, a man topping up his hummer at a petrol station can simply watch the rolling total until it shows "Pepsi, 2 Vodkas, and a Trojan", then pay with his colourful, sponsored money of course.

4and20, Dec 18 2016

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       PVVT ?
popbottle, Dec 18 2016

       I was thinking this is some way to streamline online ads, so a big ad comes on the screen with 1 on it is for McDonalds, a 2 is the Vatican..
not_morrison_rm, Dec 18 2016


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