I read all my news through RSS. I don’t like how google’s feed reader works, it just doesn’t think the same way I do. So I have my own. And some sites don’t show the full content, so I pop the page itself inside an iframe in my reader. Some (GPF, for example) want to break out for some reason. I’m seeing all the ads on your page, seeing it in the same dimensions you want me to see it in, what more do you want? You can have my attention, but only to the extent that my attention doesn’t stray from my reader mindset.
I’ve re-enabled it only for internal websites and Gmail so far and had no problems. No more of those irritating balloons if you accidentally mouse anywhere within the article. No netflix popunders (I thought we killed those) if I click anywhere on a page. I’s wonderful.
The internet is a faster, less distracting place again. Maybe they’ll give me reasons to enable it again, but I’m doubting it.