Dear reader, I am being relentlessly stalked by an ad for a Flip Ultra HD camera. It's one of those 'web cameras for webbies' webbie cams. At any rate, ever since I visited the Flip Ultra HD website weeks ago, it's ads have been coincidentally appearing like magic on a number of Internet websites that I regularly visit. If I use a different computer then the ads aren't there. Thus my computer must be the traitor. And here I thought we played for the same team. The ad shown in the pic above was pasted on our local newspaper's website, the Honolulu Star-Advertiser. And as surely as night follows day, tomorrow the same ad will make an encore. The persistence of the perpetrator amazes me, some kind of ad agency. They must get paid by the hits. I surmise most probably the tracking software is something that's readily available out there code named Hitman or something along those lines. Oh, about the webbie camera, itself, the reason that I looked into it, is that its much more handy to take impromptu pics judging from the people I've seen using web cameras. It's all walaa and far less intrusive taking a photo, for example, of an apple in a grocery store, and shoppers in the same aisle having to duck out of your way. At any rate, 11-minutes after the hour. The 1 o'clock hour. Am. Later.