Greasemonkey is the new Excel: an inefficient way for end users to do anything. That’s a compliment, BTW. Still, for ad blocking, I prefer AdBlock and an up-to-date filter list.Posted by Mark at
Apparently there are adds in feeds now [...]......
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So far, my alternate system is working pretty well: look at the entries currently in the feed, ask myself which of them were must-reads that weren’t linked to by anyone else I read, snicker, and then apply the unsubscribe filter.Posted by Phil Ringnalda at
Hey phil stop commenting and get blogging! (as he checks why he hasn’t read anything from phil ringnalda dot com lately)
I’m tempted to unsubscribe from feeds that have adds in them. But in the end if i don’t see them are they really there?Posted by Darryl at
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Today is a sad day for blogs. As I read through bloglines this morning, I’m finding feeds with ads from google. When feedburner added ads it was annoying, but now that google is on the bandwagon it will be overwhelming. I think adsense is a...Excerpt from .net thinking at
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Last week Robert McLaws started placing Google Adsense Ads in the LonghornBlogs RSS Feed. The reaction from the community seemed to be mostly negative; Dave Winer for instance, wrote: If we wanted to, as an industry, reject the idea, we could, by asking the people who create the software to add a feature that strips out all ads. Make it......
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Sam Ruby: Bloglines: Hide Google Image Ads Sam points to a greasemonkey script that will stops the ads from showing up in bloglines. Awesome....Excerpt from Adnans Sysadmin/Dev Blog at