Irritated by the signatures in e-mail from free ISPs? E-mail newsletters with the same (lengthy) headers and footers every week? Daily memos with just a few percent new content? Get rid of it!
Just copy what you see too often and feed it to a text shrink icon. Next time it will prevent that exact
phrase from appearing on your screen and replace it with a thin hairline, one pixel wide. Clicking on it and the text will reappear. Much like anti-banner software works, but those filter on domain names, bannersizes, and so on.
Perhaps it should also work with wildcards. You indicate what usually starts an advertisement and what it ends with.
It works system wide: in e-mail, in browsers, in word processors, anywhere.
The software talks with other clients through the net to learn to recognise clutter like this faster:
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