blocking ads is evil grr
HTTP is a pull-based medium. it is within the original philosophy of HTTP to selectively pull the data, for example, a device that doesn't support images won't download them. by circumventing ad "blocking", you are spitting in the face of HTTP. a more accurate term would be ad rejection. ads are not "blocked", they are simply not asked for.
@lynnesbian hey remember when people donated to Lunduke to get him in the W3C????????????
all I'm saying is.... you are a lot more likeable than Lunduke.....
I like this line of thinking, that ad blocking is fundamental to the founding philosophy of the web.
And if you don't want to serve content without ads, then don't. That's what Forbes does (or at least did 2 years ago), and is why I just don't ever visit their site.
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