a Chunk: For those of you who don't normally visit our Home Page. Now is a good time to check it out! It's been transformed to recognize all who participated in the 1 Hour Mapping Challenge, with has just reached it's conclusion.
Jun 1, 2019 16:59:31 GMT
a Chunk: and...it's gone
Jun 17, 2019 22:55:03 GMT
a Chunk: Hello people. Anyone who's watching the site close enough to notice this... We want to give you early access to our new site, which will officially be announced later this week. Stop by and test things out - www.nextleveldesign.org/
Jun 18, 2019 2:32:11 GMT
I removed Disconnect and installed Ublock Origin. It's supposidly better. We'll see how that goes. Still got adblock plus on, which has never really caused me any grief.
What is that supposed to catch that Adblock Plus doesn't? I've just been using Adblock Plus for a very long time, and it VERY rarely misses ads or popups. Are you trying to block something else?
It's similar, to the point of being more effective than ABP. It's also supposed to offer a few extra features but I'll be damned if I can get the exact rundown other than reddit casual banter.
What I really want and supposedly Ublock does to a minor degree is Adblocking plus acting as a footprint reducer. I'm quite sick of having literally everything I do available to anyone with the most rudimentary tracking software. The more you reduce your footprint the easier it is to track you, so the key is to kind of sit in the middle. Remove just enough information to blend in further. It gets harder and harder for that every day, but that doesn't mean we all shouldn't try.
Just thought I'd give an update. I've been using Ublock Origin for the last week and though I can't speak to how well it's actually working (I don't run around enabling and disabling it Halo Anniversary style) I haven't seemed to have any issues with it blocking content that I want to see.