At the bottom of the page of the iOS webpage, http://www.apple.com/ios/ It shows that it's available for the iPhone 4 GSM Model, but no mention of the CDMA versions.
Also more interestingly, no support for iPhone 3G?! (it isn't in the list at the bottom)
I don't want to deny sites revenue, but without being able to block the above types of Ad's, I wouldn't visit (or stay on) a site, anyway- so there is little difference.
So in essence you're hurting the site more by visiting them with no ads than not visiting them at all. TFA's point was that not visiting them doesn't cost them bandwith / server fees etc, but visiting them with adblock costs THEM to serve you content. With no return.
Top shelf pussy, just ruined by porn.
No, she was ruined by her own stupidity. [snip]: she was a free actor who made her own choices.
One has to ask what sort of valid conscious choices can be made while under the influence of drugs and alcohol - and I imagine taking said drugs is not necessarily consentual (something slipped in her drink, etc)
There is nothing so easy but that it becomes difficult when you do it reluctantly. -- Publius Terentius Afer (Terence)