Infinite Monkey Business
Answer: SCENIC VIEW
Karen Menezes

This puzzle was inspired by the concept of the infinite monkey theorem, which states that a monkey spamming random keys on a typewriter for an infinite amount of time will be able to recreate all of Shakespeare's works.
In line with the puzzle's concept, each piece of text is one of Shakespeare's sonnets, which are numbered from 1 to 154. The sonnets in question are Sonnets 10, 23, 104, 101, 42, 12, 13, 31, 21, and 3.
Once you compare the sonnets in the puzzle to the corresponding sonnets by Shakespeare, there should be a number of missing letters in the puzzle.
The missing letters that are extracted create the following words: PITHECIA, CEBUS, ATELES, RHINOPITHECUS, SAGUINUS, MACACA, CHLOROCEBUS, PRESBYTIS, CERCOPITHECUS, & ALOUATTA. Each of these is a genus of monkey.
Once you look up the genus names, it becomes clear that each one has a common name assigned to it. The common names you should find are as follows: SAKI, CAPUCHIN, SPIDER, SNUB-NOSED, TAMARIN, MACAQUE, VERVET, SURILI, GUENON, & HOWLER.
Once all this information is collected, it is helpful to look back to the flavortext, which mentions "digital adds," where ads is deliberately misspelled to draw attention to it and hint that you need to use addition. Take the digits (digital) of each Sonnet's number and add (adds) them together, giving you 1, 5, 5, 2, 6, 3, 4, 4, 3, and 3.
The numbers can then be used to index each common name of the monkeys, giving you the letters SAKI, CAPUCHIN, SPIDER, SNUB-NOSED, TAMARIN, MACAQUE, VERVET, SURILI, GUENON, & HOWLER. These letters spell out the words SCENIC VIEW.
(Thanks to Isis for teaching me how to use a few fun Photoshop commands which allowed me to create the monkey images in the puzzle <3)