"Their website is shit-ass." So, a website on the internet sucks, and while that could be any number of sites, the particular shit-ass website Daring Fireball's John Gruber is referring to is iMore, a family-sized KFC bucket of web-design suckitude, whose too numerous to count Google AdSense ads, third-party scripts, and God knows what else, had even its own editor in chief Rene Ritchie admitting to its lameness in a mea culpa posted on said shit-ass website. That a website on the internet sucks is hardly a surprise, as I said above, a man could say this about so many websites, probably even this one, but iMore is a particularly popular online Apple nerd mecca, and we'll admit that watching the faithful devour one of their own like Francisco Goya's Saturn Devouring His Son was one of the past week's unexpected delights.
→ How we got here in the first place: New iOS 9 Content Blocking Safari Extensions will allow developers to make apps that "block cookies, images, resources, pop-ups, and other content," from shit-ass websites.
→ Developer Dean Murphy fixes iMore with Safari Content Blocking via a concept app created in just one hour.