I should really work out how to permanently remove ExpertsExchange from my Google searches, as it really annoys me.

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@amos:

My guess is some greasemonkey script may exist for that venerable task :)

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answered 03 May '10, 21:43

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Juaco, I second that motion and agree. It is what I was going to suggest.

(14 Apr '11, 11:03) Ron ♦

Google is starting to support this natively in the search results via the "Block results from $foo" link, but it seems they're rolling it out slowly so you may not have access to it yet. See this article for more information.

In the meantime you can use a browser plugin to accomplish this.

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--jeremy

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