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October 29, 2009


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I personally knew the 40 & 20 for Internet & WWW. But others came as a surprise. I've another one for you which I think will add up to the whole equation I guess i.e. magical number 15 with "Birth of Digital Advertising"



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Hi Sampad, Mobile, r4 and Carpte

Thank you all for the comments. Sampad, I mentioned that interactive ads 15 years of age actually also in the blog.


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