I block ads in the browser.
I block ads at the DNS level.
I block analytics, metrics, reporting and diagnostic logging.
I block programmatic pleas to disable ad-blocking.
I block the ping attribute on URLs.
I block tracking beacons.
I strip UTM campaign tags.
I unshorten URLs.
I block the page visibility API.
I stop videos from autoplaying.
I block prompts to install your app.
I block all cookies that aren’t strictly required for your site to function.
I opt out of allowing apps to ask to track me.
I filter sponsored content out of the RSS feeds I follow.
I block email pixel trackers.
I provide a masked email address.
I unsubscribe from your mailing list (and block your address if I can’t).
I don’t answer the phone unless you’re in my contacts.
I block and report SMS messages.
I pay a company to wrangle data brokers.
I throw your physical mail in the recycling without opening it and unsubscribe from it when I can.
I block ads, and you should too.
Let the products sell themselves
Fuck advertising, commercial psychology
Psychological methods to sell should be destroyed
Minutemen, Shit from an Old Notebook, 1984
Update: For a list of adblocking resources (and to contribute your own), please see Awesome adblock.