We’ve got a panel discussion around ad blocking. Three guests, each on slightly different sides of the debate, join us to talk about the controversial topic of ad and content blockers.
http://media.blubrry.com/nodogma/p/content.blubrry.com/nodogma/NoDogma_11_Sean_Blanchfield_Part_1.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadThis is part one of a two part interview with Sean Blanchfield, part two will be published on October 27th.
Discussion with Sean Blanchfield of Page Fair; Demonware, multiplayer networking layer; Scalefront startup incubator, cycling through startup ideas; Page Fair beginnings; innovation life cycle, finding the good idea, determining the size of the market, Sean and I are old!; Destructoid and going viral during a bachelor party(!), popularity of adblockers, popularity by site type, by age; YouTube preroll ads and the spread of blocking, Google ads white listed; non intrusive ads, Page Fair ads can be turned off, click through rates, discrete ads; better ads from Page Fair, competition; The Innovator’s Dilemma, disruptive technology, big companies can’t change, culture in companies; ad blocking on mobile, FireFox on Android supports adblock, adblock browsers are on the way, Adblock Plus app removed from App Store, Disconnect tracker and ad blocking for mobile and desktop; supporting free content through ads, publishers reaction to ad blockers.
Part two goes into the technical workings of Page Fair.
I’ll include Sean’s book recommendations in the post for part two.
Will ad-blocking software kill off most free news on the internet?
What price are you willing to pay for something you believe is wrong? This week on the podcast, Joe is joined by special guest Tim Challies to discuss ad blocking and online pornography. Tim once wrote for his site about why he supports sites by living with online ads — not using ad blockers. Tim has also written and given talks around the world concerning online pornography. Joe and Tim debate what families can do to enjoy safer experiences on the Internet.
A new Apple update could challenge the current online business model. Some say less ad revenue means more sites will charge for access to content. There’s also a move to block the ad blockers.
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This Week in Xamarin, Plugins for Xamarin with James Montemagno
by Xamarin Podcast
published on 2015/05/26 00:38:44 +0000
Mike and Pierce discuss the upcoming Xamarin WWDC and Google I/O parties, as well as look at some content from our community in "This Week in Xamarin". Xamarin Developer Evangelist James Montemagno also joins the podcast to talk about how you can increase code sharing in your apps with Plugins for Xamarin.
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Till Faida, the head of Adblock Plus, discusses why online ad blockers like his are growing more popular and whether it’s fair for his company to take payments for allowing "acceptable ads."
"… In this episode of the Stack Overflow podcast, Joel and Jeff discuss software updates, the power of APIs and plugins, and leading by example." http://itc.conversationsnetwork.org/shows/detail4195.html
Hello! This week, Jay Yarow(Business Insider), Farhad Manjoo(New York Times) and Casey Johnston(Wirecutter) talk about ad blocking coming to the iPhone and how this will effect the future of the web.
Produced by Kirsten Frisina.
Original video: https://m.soundcloud.com/jay-yarow/ad-blocking-in-apples-ios-9
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Ben and James briefly discuss ad-blockers, then admit it’s an academic debate and move on to the business of advertising and the far more profound shifts that are caused on the Internet and by new places on the Internet.
Note: This podcast references Marco Arment’s Peace application, but was recorded before Marco pulled the app. Please see the relevant links below.
This episode is sponsored by Zendesk. Make your customer service seem like magic by building it directly into your apps, websites and products with Zendesk Embeddables.
James Allworth and Ben Thompson: Everything Has a Price — Exponent
Marco Arment: The Ethics of Modern Ad-Blocking — Marco.org
Marco Arment: Introducing Peace, My Privacy-Focused iOS 9 Ad-Blocker — Marco.org
Marco Arment: Just Doesn’t Feel Good — Marco.org
David Barnard: Fifty Shades of Ad-Blocking Grey — DavidBarnard.com
Nilay Patel: Welcome to Hell: Apple vs. Google vs. Facebook and the Slow Death of the Web — The Verge
Eric Chemi: Advertising’s Century of Flat-Line Growth — Bloomberg
Ben Thompson: Old-Fashioned Snapchat — Stratechery
Ben Thompson: Popping the Publishing Bubble — Stratechery
Ben Thompson: Mobile Makes Facebook Just an App; That’s Great News — Stratechery
Ben Thompson: Content Blockers and Facebook — Stratechery Daily Update
Ben Thompson: How Many of These 39 Articles Underneath the One with Original Reporting are Necessary? — Twitter
Ben Thompson: The Facebook Reckoning — Stratechery
Ben Thompson, @benthompson, Stratechery
James Allworth, @jamesallworth, Harvard Business Review
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