Adblocker-blockers get around sites that block adblockers. And, the fight is on. I am of two minds about ads on the Internet. I realize that a lot of great content is free because the sites are able to sell ads. I get it. But, some sites go too far, with popups that interfere with the flow of information, annoy the user, and just generally mess with us. So, it is human to want to get rid of the most annoying ads. I don't mind ads that sit in the margins, or that require me to show interest by clicking on a link. However, too many popup ads will cause me to leave the site, or look for workarounds. Now, sites are fighting back, and requiring users to pay a fee to see content if they use an adblocker. I predict that this will fail; and, not only because you can now get adblocker-blockers to fight back. So Wired, and Forbes, listen up. Your content is great. But, it isn't that great. If you want me to read your stuff, use regular ads.