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We too often argue in absolutes. Online, in person, it really doesn’t matter. Everything is black and white. The reality is, there are often many shades of gray we’re overlooking. The ad-blocker debate is a great example. You can either block ads, or you can’t, and I haven’t heard anyone mention the readily apparent third option. Why not block ads as it becomes necessary rather than by default? The inherent problem with services like Adblock are in their always-on nature. You install the plugin and by default it sets about blocking every advertisement (or a good chunk of them) you…

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