[_] Google Adwords coupon for £75
rick.edwards at gmail.com
Wed Dec 2 16:35:35 GMT 2009
2009/12/2 Ray Brooks <ray.userinterface at googlemail.com> > to quote the economist: > > "The true cost of something is what you give up to get it. This > includes not only the money spent in buying (or doing) the something, > but also the economic benefits (UTILITY) that you did without because > you bought (or did) that particular something and thus can no longer > buy (or do) something else." > > so, if it costs google nothing to give up (they gave it away), and it > costs you nothing to give up (you are giving it up), it is worth > nothing. i'd say that's a fair appraisal of this particular offer. > > r > > > That assumes you are calculating the worth with respect to the present owner, not it's worth with respect to someone who desires it. Does that qualify for the "50% b*llocks talked on underscore" camp?