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(Original post by Ape Gone Insane)
Yeah, I'd agree with Slumdog Millionaire. Never watched Napolean Dynamite.
Don't bother if you ever have the choice between that or something else, I wanted that hour of my life back. :p:
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Personal fave film: Pulp Fiction

Personal most overrated film: Avatar
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Night of the Living Dead is on iPlayer!

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Going to watch Inception now :sexface:
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Primer is definitely on my recommendations list.

I am Ape from 9 hours in the future by the way. :awesome:
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I got the thing about Aaron being the "primer" having used the failsafe before Abe ultimately could. But Rachel's dad or whatever? How did he go back .... :iiam:
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Top 20 Musicals:
If you ever get the chance I'd really recommend - to anyone - some other older musicals like 42nd Street, Singin' in the Rain, Funny Face, Top Hat (basically anything with Fred Astaire) even something like All That Jazz (at least watch the final song if nothing else).
The songs haven't really dated imo and the choreography and sheer talent involved still puts anything being made today to shame.
I mean honestly! This was all done completely free of cgi/props/sting/whatever. Just a freakishly talented dude.
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(Original post by Ape Gone Insane)
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I got the thing about Aaron being the "primer" having used the failsafe before Abe ultimately could. But Rachel's dad or whatever? How did he go back .... :iiam:
Have you seen the info graphic for Primer showing all the timelines? If not I'll try dig it up a bit later. I need to watch the film again.
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Have you seen the info graphic for Primer showing all the timelines? If not I'll try dig it up a bit later. I need to watch the film again.
I want a poster version. :awesome:

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http://www.freeweb.hu/neuwanstein/primer_timeline.html

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The amount of films that contain the Wilhelm Scream. :ninja:
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I knew posting in the IB&C section wouldn't be a great idea.

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I knew posting in the IB&C section wouldn't be a great idea.

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Lol. I don't know that much about finance, but aren't you essentially just asking about futures? Which is something a lot of people probably spend a lot of money trying to make obscure :p: (I learnt everything I know about futures from the film Enron: Smartest Guys in the Room, just to keep this on topic :ahee:).
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Lol. I don't know that much about finance, but aren't you essentially just asking about futures? Which is something a lot of people probably spend a lot of money trying to make obscure :p: (I learnt everything I know about futures from the film Enron: Smartest Guys in the Room, just to keep this on topic :ahee:).
I have no idea. :iiam: to me.
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I knew posting in the IB&C section wouldn't be a great idea.

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Using the Facebook example, by the amount of internet traffic (unique visitors, page views/hits). But even that is a wild valuation
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(Original post by Ape Gone Insane)
Using the Facebook example, by the amount of internet traffic (unique visitors, page views/hits). But even that is a wild valuation
That's what I thought but... one unique visitor equals 1p? How much is a unique visitor/page view/page hit worth? :holmes:
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That's what I thought but... one unique visitor equals 1p? How much is a unique visitor/page view/page hit worth? :holmes:
I would hazard a guess that it would depend on variables such as potential revenue streams, estimated growth and time to that maturity, and then reduced depending on how much risk would be involved.
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That's what I thought but... one unique visitor equals 1p? How much is a unique visitor/page view/page hit worth? :holmes:
There is no value on any visitor or hit

If a site is not monetised, then the traffic is simply an indication of potential value should it be bought and monetised in future. A bit like investing in a house which is a complete wreck. You're paying for the domain which is gaining the traffic.

Take having simple Google Adsense (small websites). 10,000 unique visitors a month - perhaps 1% clicking ads. Ad rates vary on traffic and other factors. Ads are just one small form of revenue. You could be earning $1 per click or $0.02. :iiam:

Facebook sells on our data so billions. :teeth:
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Just finished watching Breakfast at Tiffany's - again. An awesome film and I watch it whenever I'm feeling lovesick. And the ending still makes me cry, everytime.
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There is no value on any visitor or hit

If a site is not monetised, then the traffic is simply an indication of potential value should it be bought and monetised in future. A bit like investing in a house which is a complete wreck. You're paying for the domain which is gaining the traffic.

Take having simple Google Adsense (small websites). 10,000 unique visitors a month - perhaps 1% clicking ads. Ad rates vary on traffic and other factors. Ads are just one small form of revenue. You could be earning $1 per click or $0.02. :iiam:

Facebook sells on our data so billions. :teeth:
They have very little data on me.

(Original post by Phalanges)
I would hazard a guess that it would depend on variables such as potential revenue streams, estimated growth and time to that maturity, and then reduced depending on how much risk would be involved.
Thank you fellow comrades! :chaplin:
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