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Gaia fled with the desperate Rhea, to a far-away land, where she birthed her grandson, Zeus.
Around 150 publishers use The Post’s ad platform Zeus, which the publication aims to integrate with “any major identity partner” to make sure publishers and advertisers can use the tech they prefer, Dicker said.Media Briefing: How publishers are earning money with NFTs|Tim Peterson|April 1, 2021|Digiday
After spending much of last year building one side of its advertising marketplace, Zeus, the Washington Post is gearing up to open the other.
Zeus currently offers more than 4 billion impressions per month across its participants’ owned-and-operated sites, a number that goes up when one includes their inventory in places like Apple News, which buyers can also target.
The Washington Post’s Zeus suite serves as just one example of the kind of technology that empowers publishers to increase ad revenue, optimizing ad supply and also the speed with which ads are served.Global Publishing Summit Recap: prepare for a world without cookies|jim cooper|March 8, 2021|Digiday
And please, please for the love of Zeus (himself a floral crown wearer) use real flowers.
So that makes 6.8 billion examples of perfection, 6.8 billion sparks of Zeus.David McCullough at Wellesley Commencement: ‘You Are Not Special’ (Video)|The Daily Beast|June 9, 2012|DAILY BEAST
But, as Brian Krebs reported, Zeus was also used to send out bogus emails to .
“Zeus is a perfect case study of what the world looks like,” says Joffe.
Fey, whose name and image hardly suggest box-office prowess, is bigger than Zeus.
Zeus then granted his petition and gave Minerva to him for a bride, so that "arts and arms" should thenceforth be wedded together.Ancient Faiths And Modern|Thomas Inman
In the imagination of the Greeks Zeus was endowed with all the noblest elements in human character.
The bust of Zeus reproduced in our illustration is thought to be a far-away copy of the head of Phidias's statue.
He was a brother of Zeus, the sky and atmosphere deity, and had bull and horse forms.Myths of Babylonia and Assyria|Donald A. Mackenzie
Alcamenes represented him as a sort of humanized Zeus or Jupiter.A History of Art for Beginners and Students|Clara Erskine Clement
British Dictionary definitions for Zeus
Cultural definitions for Zeus
[Roman name Jupiter]
The chief of the Greek and Roman gods, who defeated the Titans to assume leadership of the universe. He lived atop Mount Olympus, from which he hurled thunderbolts to announce his anger. Despite his awesome power, he had a weakness for mortal women. (See Leda and the swan.)