But that's not what this post is about. It's about the most powerful adblocking technique I've ever run across.
DNS-level ad blocking.
It's fairly simple to set up, even under Windows, and I'm starting to wonder why pre-packaged solutions to do this on a local machine aren't more common? Anyone else use this technique or think I should work on a self-contained package to do this under some common OS's?
Now I'm also wondering why some ISP's don't offer this, come to think of it. Not as a 'standard feature' but as an option to make available. Any thoughts on that idea?