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Can I block specific pages in safari?


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I can't trust myself anymore...Digg and others have to go. I found out how to allow certain pages through parental control (though the check box is grey, meaning i'm not the administrator of my own computer?) but I was wondering if there was maybe an obscure plug-in someone made for this purpose? help me, i am in a downward spiral of reading lots of trinket news about things i really don't care about.
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I can't trust myself anymore...Digg and others have to go. I found out how to allow certain pages through parental control (though the check box is grey, meaning i'm not the administrator of my own computer?) but I was wondering if there was maybe an obscure plug-in someone made for this purpose? help me, i am in a downward spiral of reading lots of trinket news about things i really don't care about.
There's this:

http://www.apple.com/downloads/macos...net_utilities/

If the options are greyed out then your account is limited and you need to talk to the administrator, whoever that is.
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i own the computer. does that mean there is a higher administrator? i only have the illusion of free will?
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If you have Firefox, then this is perfect - https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/4476
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