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By Joe Kukura on Nov 24, 2014

Only at Apple would $42 billion in iPhone and iPad revenue over three months be considered disappointing. Even though Apple has the magic touch at inventing and selling fabulous mobile devices, these fabulous mobile devices do not make much advertising revenue. Simply put, people are not clicking on ads on their iPhones and iPads nearly as much as they click on ads they see on their desktop and laptop computers. To Apple, all of this "lost" revenue is a disappointment they feel must be corrected in short order. Their remedy to this "problem" is something called iAds — a product whose name I have to be very careful to not misspell. Some iAds are just like Internet banner ads, but they will pop up within the apps you use on your iOS mobile device instead of on websites you visit. Other iAds

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"If you do not breathe through writing, if you do not cry out in writing, or sing in writing, then don't write, because our culture has no use for it." - Anais Nin "I write to taste life twice"--Anais Nin I am a wife, mother, educator, advocate who might occasionally--ok, more oft than not-- feel too much, think too much, cuss too much, over analyze, over-react, overly sensitive--but I don't know any other way to be--that's just me. If you find any of my articles witty, enjoyable, provocative, infuriating, aggravating, insightful or educational--then my work here is half way done.

Herbert Dyer, Jr.

Herb is a retired paralegal, and a writer based in Chicago. Herb also works part-time for National Able Network (a national nonprofit) assigned at the moment to Roosevelt University as a tutor to seniors and ex-offenders in computer skills, literacy skills, job-readiness skills, social skills (how to beat the "New Jim Crow.") He's been a freelancer for many years, appearing in such rags as the Chicago Defender Newspaper, Ebony Magazine, Essence Magazine, Emerge Magazine, the Washington, D.C. Afro-American Newspaper, the Pittsburgh Courier Newspaper, C.L.A.S.S. Magazine, the Chicago Reader Newspaper, Indiana State University Black Literature Forum,, WVON-Talk Radio, Chicago,, Of course, he's been working on the Great American Novel since birth. He's never appeared in any so-called mainstream outlet (and hasn't really tried) because....well, just read him and you will get the message. Herb is a Vietnam War veteran (U.S. Navy...He'd been drafted into the army, but quickly enlisted in the Navy hoping to avoid Vietnam. His ship's very first port of call after boot camp in San Diego -- DaNang Harbor, South Vietnam). Herb has a masters degree in Political & Justice Studies. He relishes any and all comments, criticisms, critiques.

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