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Journal of MarkyMoon (3661)

Saturday September 18, 2004
01:20 PM

99.9% percent Pure Eeeeviiiil

[ #20931 ]

I've not run across this before, hadn't even considered how easy it would be to do, but today I ran across a talking banner ad (for Botox of all things).

Can the end of civilization really be that far off?

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  • This [mozdev.org] may help.
    • It looks like a good solution for some people, but since I do graphic design I tend to look at a lot of flash sites so it would probably be overkill for me. Maybe a block list option in addition to the white list would be a good choice for some.

      Thanks for pointing it out though, maybe I'll start using different profiles to do my surfing, and use it for general browsing.

  • You may find AdBlock [mozdev.org] to be the solution to your problems. If you use Opera it has a similar filter technology built-in, but doesn't have a nice GUI to configure it. You can be selective and block mostly adverts, without out imparing site functionality. I don't know about Konqueror or Safari, but I assume it's possible there too. If you are unlucky enough to use IE, then I feel your pain...

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