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Cost per Thousand

In online advertising, the measurement of cost paid by an advertiser per 1,000 impressions of its advertisement. One impression is one view of the advertisement by a website viewer. Many websites, especially those with high traffic, charge advertisers on a per 1,000 impression basis. It differs from a cost per click scheme, in that the viewer does not have to click on the ad in order for the advertiser to be charged.


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Many research studies have been conducted since our original Survival Words program was released over 25 years ago for the Apple II, and studies were done on the effects of computer-based instruction for individuals who have significant learning difficulties.
We were in the right place at the time," Wozniak said in his Chico speech While the Apple II was a leap forward and introduced color and pixels to the computer, Wozniak says Visicalc, which he calls the first "killer app," increased demand for the Apple II.
The Apple II followed soon after, with its ability to display high resolution color graphics, and a beige plastic case that became the standard in PC appearance for years.
The first widely used PCs appear: the MITS Altair 8800, followed by the Apple and Apple II.
The first highly successful mass-produced PC goes back to the Apple II in 1977.
the company published the first cassette tutorial for the Apple II Plus in 1981, "primarily for the schools, but when Apple got wind of it, they purchased in bulk to train their own field sales reps," McFadden told NL/NL.
They lease an Apple II computer for use with the software package.
In fiscal year 1980, Apple sold just 78,000 Apple II Computers--to hobbyists, for the most part.
The PC will not really catch on until the advent of the Apple II in 1977.
Steven Jobs, another college dropout, was producing the Apple II in his garage.
It was available for Apple II and Commodore 64 computers.