Barnes And Noble steps up for sloppy seconds.
September 20, 2000 6:51 AM   Subscribe

Barnes And Noble steps up for sloppy seconds. After Amazon elected not to renew their agreement with Yahoo, Barnes and Noble replaced the online bookseller as Yahoo's premier advertiser for books. It is uncertain as to whether or not Yahoo and BN have had the grueling discussion regarding the number of partners they've each shared in the past, but it looks like an optimistic relationship regardless.
posted by Hankins (4 comments total)
I can already feel all sorts of new cookies being fed into my browser.
posted by highindustrial at 1:19 PM on September 20, 2000

I wonder if there's been any studies to see if the inclusion of "browser cookies" into our language has affected sales of actual cookies. I'm pretty sure spam email has made Spam more popular.
posted by gluechunk at 5:14 PM on September 20, 2000

Well, actual cookies were already reasonably popular. :-)
posted by cCranium at 4:09 AM on September 21, 2000

Blech! Must you be so gross? Sloppy seconds indeed. What a disgusting metaphor you use in your feeble attempt at humor at B&N's expense. I bet your browser's teeth are rotting now
from all the cookies.
posted by Lynsey at 7:27 PM on September 21, 2000

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