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The sad truth of the internet is that lots of the snarky blogs and lovely longform content you can dig into are there because they're commodities companies can sell ads against. The most odious of the bunch? Pop-ups, naturally -- an entire cottage industry sprang up to quash them with extreme prej

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Facebook's Recommendations Box sits passively on many websites, allowing us to engage or ignore as we see fit. But too much of the latter option has led to something slightly different: the new Recommendations Bar -- a pop-up variant which, when integrated by your favorite page, plugs site-specifi

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We've already been up close and personal with Sharp's 52-inch LCD TV prototype. You know the one: 29-mm (1.14-inch) thin with a 100,000:1 contrast and the ability to reproduce 150% of the NTSC color gamut. Right, well, Sharp has slipped the pup into an automatic \"POP-UP\" rig which gives rise to the

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Well, that was quick. Motorola's Destination Q, a \"pop-up\" store devoted to the Q on Chicago's Magnificent Mile, has slipped the surly bonds of this mortal plane, moving on to the great EV-DO network in the sky. Moto's calling Destination Q's run \"successful,\" though we don't know exactly what para

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