iOS 9 was recently released and brings new features, one of which allows users to install browser extensions in mobile Safari. The type is browser extension making headlines right now is known as a content blocker - an extension that blocks advertisements and user tracking capabilities. Some users see these extensions as a necessity, while others see them as robbing publishers of the funds needed to maintain their online presence. I use content blockers because advertising and user tracking has become a burden - the fact that content blockers are as popular as they are proves this. Some people have asked me what I'm going to do when my favorite websites disappear because they can no longer afford to maintain their online presence. My reply is that people have been blocking ads for at least a decade, it's nothing new, and the Internet hasn't 'dried up'. Can we lighten up on the Chicken Little impersonations now?