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Although it might seem like garden variety sweat, it’s different from the watery eccrine type.
Tapping into walled garden data is critical for advertisersThe ability to capture first-party customer data is perhaps the most significant benefit for advertisers.
If the weather’s good and you have access to a garden or a park nearby, take your workout outside—grass doesn’t need a thorough de-stink after your air squats.
They’re not a social-media platform—connections are made, but often it’s through linking to other digital gardens, or gathering in forums like Reddit and Telegram to nerd out over code.
So far, they’ve set up 217 hubs across the country and reached an estimated 10,000 gardens, Kleinman says.
In the 1990s, half the houses in Fermo and neighboring Macerata province had a clothing factory in their back garden.
We planted a garden in pots, practiced wheelies around the block, and didn’t stray far.
Queen City Radio is a bar and beer garden built inside of a 1920’s-era gas and car service station.
Additionally, creating more addressable audiences on the open web should offer ad buyers an alternative to the walled gardens of Facebook and Google.
Everybody might be relieved to not watch as much cable news anymore and go find a book to read, a garden to plant, or a socially-distanced walk to take.

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