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    "Test-driving 'free scan' tune-up suites" article

    Did anyone but me notice this?
    Directly below Fred Langa's article "Test-driving 'free scan' tune-up suites" was an advertisement for PC Matic which wasn't reviewed.

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    Windows Secrets does not need to coordinate the ads they carry with column content. Readers are assumed to be intelligent enough to read the article and the ad as entirely separate entities.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bobprimak View Post
    Windows Secrets does not need to coordinate the ads they carry with column content. Readers are assumed to be intelligent enough to read the article and the ad as entirely separate entities.
    The newsletter carries ads?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BruceR View Post
    The newsletter carries ads?
    When viewed online, there are inline ads. The PC Matic ad which the post was complaining about is an example. I don't get the email version, but I assume it also has those same inline ads between columns.
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