>> Then: they begin to introduce "ads" - they are conceptually >> made *to catch* attention - and that's what they do! >> So, even and explicitely intentionally, this disrupts >> my concentration on the contents of the mathematical discourse.
> It is the price to be paid to get away from kooks and cranks: > powerful kooks and cranks
I don't see why. They appear to me to be two orthogonal forms of annoyance.
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