Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 18th Aug 2010 14:02 UTC
Internet & Networking We're still in the slow news period, so let's talk about something we discussed before: blocking advertisements on websites. Up until, well, today, I didn't block ads - not because of some ethical objection or whatever, but simply because I couldn't be bothered to setup AdBlock. Today, after taking a closer look at some of the websites I frequent, I decided to take the plunge and install AdBlock on all my machines. The following set of screenshots should pretty much explain why.
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AdBlock for Chrome
by Tim Locke on Wed 18th Aug 2010 15:35 UTC
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AdBlock for Chrome lets you interactively block sections of pages. Begin by pressing Ctrl-Shift-K. There is a slider for choosing how much or little you want to block. You can also go into Extensions and click on AdBlock's "Options" to see or edit the list of what you have blocked.

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