As a visitor to more than a few technology-related websites, I have to say how thoroughly sick I am of being bombarded, several times a day, with Adobe's current slew of advertising. I'm think specifically of the "Are you on Woo Woo?" one, where a tech startup goes "all in" on a fictitious social media platform, while the bearded hipsters who first bring it to their attention ditch it during the course of a single elevator ride. There is also the vaguely disquieting "Mean Streets" where a disheveled marketing executive is busted for "buying clicks" from a guy who looks like Brad Pitt's 'Tyler Durden' character in 'Fight Club'. Thanks to the Internet, I know that these ads have been on since June and October or 2014 respectively. And Adobe succeeded, admirably, at catching my attention, and informing me of their capabilities with these commercials. But by now, I'm really tired of seeing them, over and over. I generally like Adobe, as a company and product maker. I've actually recommended Adobe's Acrobat secure signature management products and services to a few financial management firms I do business with. But its time for the people at Adobe to spend some money and update their commercial roster.