Ad Tech Jargon Convertertron 3000

This little comic was inspired by Tim Armstrong’s comments in a recent Ad Age story about AOL’s display ad sales lag. We had to get out our new machine, the Ad Tech Jargon Convertertron 3000, to try to make sense of Armstrong’s remarks. See below for the results. (Click for full-size view.)

Images via Flickr, by Matthurst and TCDisrupt

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