Check out Privoxy. Lifehacker has a great guide on how to set it up.
ScriptSafe has come out recently, and beats NotScripts.
EDIT: It now takes advantage of the new Content Blocking API in Chrome 17 to block accurately and very, very fast. The above feature set is old, BTW, but I can't be bothered to update it. ;)
Check out the response from the NoScript developer as to why NoScript has not been ported to Chrome:
You can use a startup parameter for your shortcut to block java, java script, images, and plugins by appending one of the following to the end of your google chrome shortcut:
Java : "-disable-java"
Plugins : "-disable-plugins"
Images : "-disable-images"
Taken from Lifehacker here.
protected by Diago Nov 3 '10 at 17:01
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