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There’s nothing worse than clicking through to a website, only to have it blocked by a huge ad that keeps you from seeing what’s there. Google Chrome has circumvented Adblock for some videos. I only ran into one You Tube video that refused to play — it informed me that I had to watch an ad if I wanted to see it.
You search and search for that goddamned little X to close it out, only to have the exact same shoes you were looking at a few days ago on Amazon show up right in the middle of the article you’re reading. But that was a small price to pay for freedom from noxious ads.
(Some people prefer to use Adblock Plus because it’s open source – if you want to know more, you can read this.) And now Apple has entered the game, too, by allowing ad blocking on its newest i Phone operating system. If you want to support your favorite blog or online magazine, you can use your adblocker’s settings to whitelist select sites that display “acceptable” ads — the ones that don’t block what you’re reading.
When it comes to browsing on my computer, I’m sticking to my Adblock extension, because why mess with success?It had a lot more success than we anticipated and it grew really quickly to millions of members.