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RE: Pop-Ups

From: Alan Bilansky <amb110@psu.edu>
Date: Wed, 16 Oct 2002 13:29:54 -0400
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You all might want to try this utility for windows that I came across, to 
keep pop-up adds from popping over or under your browser


It looks safe enough.  Check it out.

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>You can also fight back against pop-ups by using the Mozilla browser,
>which has a built-in pop-up suppressor.  If you're really into the
>bleeding edge, you can also try Moz's slick cousin, Phoenix.  This
>browser has a nice method of allowing users to opt-in to pop-ups.
>And, if you have any communication with Microsoft, encourage them to add
>similar functionality to Internet Explorer.  If IE were to implement an
>elegant pop-up blocker, that would have a significant impact on the
>effectiveness (and hence deployment) of pop-up ads.

Alan Bilansky

Web Developer
Consulting and Support Services,
Information Technology Services
(formerly Center for Academic Computing)
The Pennsylvania State University

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