By Scott Langill

Google proves again it is the Big Bad

Slate decided to create an ad for next to nothing and they were able to buy space for as little as $100 during overnight repeats of The Glenn Beck Show. Result? They got over 1,000 people to go to a website that was about absolutely nothing. Using Google TV Ads, you can buy TV ad space whenever/wherever you want. So if you have $100, a cam, and a desire for your fifteen minutes of teevee fame, “you can launch a TV advertising campaign in minutes.” Stump Connolly sold separately.

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