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Ad-block Shades

Pull down shades to block out advertising on the computer screen
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These would be locking shades, four of them that extend from each side of the screen, to block out advertising. They would be physical shades that roll up just like regular window shades.
JesusHChrist, Oct 02 2013

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       The name made me think the shades had the ads on them. Maybe rename like BlockOut Shades...
xandram, Oct 02 2013
  

       How would a physical screen filter advertisements? And why would I need this, when there are excellent software ad-blockers available?
awesomest, Oct 02 2013
  

       [+] though "ghost spammers" was how I read the title.
FlyingToaster, Oct 02 2013
  

       Do computers still have adverts on them? I never knew.
pocmloc, Oct 02 2013
  

       //Do computers still have adverts on them? I never knew.// Me neither. At least, I haven't seen one since around the time I got Adblock Plus.
DIYMatt, Oct 03 2013
  

       I never gets Ads either, but thought it was because I don't peruse strange sites...
xandram, Oct 03 2013
  

       Run the display adaptor at a lower resolution and pan the active area ?
8th of 7, Oct 03 2013
  

       So, not made by Joo Janta.   

       You could make these much cheaper by printing ads on them.
spidermother, Oct 03 2013
  

       Just read this and the annos. [Jesus]!   

       And [spidermother], I'm still laughing!!
pashute, Feb 03 2021
  

       I recently saw a photo (possibly on YouTube, but I forget...) of a piece of cardboard taped to the side of a monitor to do exactly this.
neutrinos_shadow, Feb 03 2021
  
      
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