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These Ad Spaces will show on ALL pages all of the time and not limited to the Pixel/Block home page display. Premium pricing on these areas are in effect.

Rates are as follows:

100x100 space by the month, by quarter or anually.
This area is located at the top of the page on either side of the masthead. If available, they can be combined into 1- 200x100 area. This is subject to availability.

125x50 space by the month, by quarter or anually.
This area is located just underneath the Masthead area. These are set to be rotating adspace where your ad will be displayed periodically. Static display is available at a premium. Ad space can be bought in widths of 125 pixels increments. This meaning you can buy 2 spaces for a total of 250x50 or increments of 125 pixels wide thereof. Height is static.

These are high visability areas where you can stand out from the Pixel blocks.

Pixel ads are $0.50 cents per pixel, 10x10 pixel block minimum.

Free space at the bottom of the page is set to expire every 30 days from the time you post it. No guarrantee, no reservations. First come first displayed.


Dynamic Link Library, a library of executable functions or data that can be used by a Windows application. Typically, a DLL provides one or more particular functions and a program accesses the functions by creating either a static or dynamic link to the DLL. A static link remains constant during program execution while a dynamic link is created by the program as needed. DLLs can also contain just data. DLL files usually end with the extension .dll,.exe., drv, or .fon.

A DLL can be used by several applications at the same time. Some DLLs are provided with the Windows operating system and available for any Windows application. Other DLLs are written for a particular application and are loaded with the application.

Delay Locked Loop, Delay-Locked Loop (DLL) supports high-bandwidth data rates between devices. These DLLs are circuits that provide zero propagation delay, low-clock skew between output clock signals throughout a device, and advanced clock domain control. These dedicated DLLs can be used to implement several circuits that improve and simplify system level design.
These are just a few samples of what DLL stands for. To learn more, Google DLL and you will see that DLL stands for hundreds of different meanings.

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