Adificial Intelligence

I find it quite amusing that the big Goo, in all of it's infinite glory, must use an advertising algorithm that looks something like this: x=x * 3 You browse for something, you purchase it and for the next three months you get to see that item display on every page you visit. Not references to something that others have bought that may go with the item, but the exact item.. over... and over.. and over.. I already bought it. I don't want to buy three of them. I don't want to keep being reminded that I spent a hundred (or a thousand) dollars on that product a few weeks ago. Maybe the logic is to keep reminding you that you bought it so that you don't forget to use it. Now I guess that makes sense. Or maybe they think that yours friends would like one and you should buy more and share? Now granted, unless the company alerts the big G that you did purchase it they would not know, but it gets a little old seeing the same thing over and over again... kind of like commercials on TV. There are some products that I would never buy in my entire lifetime just due to the fact that I was so 'spamilized' with the product repetitively on TV that it makes me sick to look at the actual product. --and again----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- I find it quite amusing that google, in all of it's infinite glory, must use an advertising algorithm that looks something like this: x=x * 3 You browse for something, you purchase it and for the next three months you get to see that item display on every page you visit. Not references to something that others have bought that may go with the item, but the exact item.. over... and over.. and over.. I already bought it. I don't want to buy three of them. I don't want to keep being reminded that I spent a hundred (or a thousand) dollars on that product a few weeks ago. Maybe the logic is to keep reminding you that you bought it so that you don't forget to use it. Now I guess that makes sense. Or maybe they think that yours friends would like one and you should buy more and share? Now granted, unless the company alerts the big G that you did purchase it they would not know, but it gets a little old seeing the same thing over and over again... kind of like commercials on TV. There are some products that I would never buy in my entire lifetime just due to the fact that I was so 'spamilized' with the product repetitively on TV that it makes me sick to look at the actual product. --and again----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- I find it quite amusing that google, in all of it's infinite glory, must use an advertising algorithm that looks something like this: x=x * 3 You browse for something, you purchase it and for the next three months you get to see that item display on every page you visit. Not references to something that others have bought that may go with the item, but the exact item.. over... and over.. and over.. I already bought it. I don't want to buy three of them. I don't want to keep being reminded that I spent a hundred (or a thousand) dollars on that product a few weeks ago. Maybe the logic is to keep reminding you that you bought it so that you don't forget to use it. Now I guess that makes sense. Or maybe they think that yours friends would like one and you should buy more and share? Now granted, unless the company alerts the big G that you did purchase it they would not know, but it gets a little old seeing the same thing over and over again... kind of like commercials on TV. There are some products that I would never buy in my entire lifetime just due to the fact that I was so 'spamilized' with the product repetitively on TV that it makes me sick to look at the actual product. See what I mean? haha.
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