Running revlets on the iPad

Simon Lord slord at karbonized.com
Wed Jun 30 21:49:20 CDT 2010


If you haven't already, install Clicktoflash on OS X.  It's been a
godsend for me.  I rarely see Flash SWF's anymore (other than sites I
expressly need them to appear).  Flash ads are a thing of history as
well.

http://clicktoflash.com/

I also use Readabilty in conjunction with clicktoflash to rid myself of ads.

http://lab.arc90.com/experiments/readability/

Safari 5 has Reader now which is essentially a better version of
Readabilty, but at least it's cross platform (pure js).


On Wed, Jun 30, 2010 at 10:35 PM, Alejandro Tejada
<capellan2000 at gmail.com> wrote:
>
> Hi Andre,
>
>
> Andre Garzia-3 wrote:
>>
>> HTML5 + JS + CSS3 is the future... it will superseed Flash, eventually.
>>
>
> Actually, the problem is not Flash, but the persistent abuse
> and misuse of SWF for advertising content.
>
> You could find, easily, 4 or 5 swf files on the same page,
> trying to get your attention, your bandwidth and your
> processor, all of them, at the same time.
>
> The solution that i envision to this is:
> Only the more recent (or latest) SWF
> is able to run. The rest should wait
> until the user clicks on them.
>
> If HTML5 + JS + CSS3 replace SWF files, then
> this problem would become only more evident.
>
> Al
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