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Google’s Adsense program has given mere mortals with a website (or even with a freely-hosted web page) an easy way to put up advertisements and (presumably) make quick cash. But signing up for the Adsense program can take several days,…

Google’s Adsense program has given mere mortals with a website (or even with a freely-hosted web page) an easy way to put up advertisements and (presumably) make quick cash. But signing up for the Adsense program can take several days, and how do you know what kind of ads Google would end up running on your page, anyway?

Well, fear not. The Google Adsense Test Page allows you to type in a URL and find out instantly what advertisements Google would put on your page, if only you signed up for AdSense and edited the HTML yourself.

(A quick test of TechnologyReview.com reveals that we would have advertisements on bluetooth and nanotechnology. A lot of nanotechnology.)

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Uber Autonomous Vehicles parked in a lot
Uber Autonomous Vehicles parked in a lot

It will soon be easy for self-driving cars to hide in plain sight. We shouldn’t let them.

If they ever hit our roads for real, other drivers need to know exactly what they are.

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stock art of market data

Maximize business value with data-driven strategies

Every organization is now collecting data, but few are truly data driven. Here are five ways data can transform your business.

Cryptocurrency fuels new business opportunities

As adoption of digital assets accelerates, companies are investing in innovative products and services.

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Mifiprex pill

Where to get abortion pills and how to use them

New US restrictions could turn abortion into do-it-yourself medicine, but there might be legal risks.

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