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12.23.13 Andy Cush

For those in the UK who’d like to watch porn but would rather not have to call up their ISP and tell them so, here’s “Go Away Cameron,” a Chrome extension that automatically bypasses David Cameron’s porn blockers. As Wired.co.uk points out, the content filter, which UK internet users are automatically opted into unless they […]

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10.02.13 Marina Galperina

Are you tired of journalists/bloggers/angry old people writing articles about “hipsters,” whatever the hell that means? (Hint: NOTHING!) Don’t worry. We got this. ANIMAL friend Peter Yeh (who made Ke$hek and helped us out a bunch) has adapted a github “cloud-to-butt” codec, woo. Download this Hipster-to-Other Chrome extension and all occurrences of “hipster” in your browser will be replaced […]

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08.19.13 Andy Cush

For those of you who are concerned about the government–or anyone else–profiling you based on your web-surfing habits, here’s Paranoid Browsing, a new Chrome extension that may throw big brother off your trail. It works by opening a tab in the background that randomly browses through the internet, jamming your history with sites you didn’t […]

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03.21.13 Andy Cush

First things first: Google’s new Chrome World Wide Maze is very buggy, crashes often, and will probably frustrate you a lot. Now that that’s out of the way: Google’s new Chrome World Wide Maze is an incredible, engaging game that makes the internet feel like magic. Head here, follow the instructions for linking your phone […]

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01.25.13 Marina Galperina

Alright, who wants some gear? ANIMAL favorites Tod Seelie and Ricky Powell, along with San Francisco photog Ken Goto are judging the “Streets of Chrome” street photography contest. Submit by Feb. 14th and get a Fujifilm X-Pro1 camera with a 35mm F/1.4 lens and a Chrome Niko Camera Backpack. “Photo submissions will be judged based on creativity, originality, and ability to capture […]

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01.11.13 Marina Galperina

Are you ready for your liberation, internet young’un? Your saviors, artists Rafaël Rozendaal & Jonas Lund being your brand spankin’ new Chrome extension: Text Free Browsing. “Text Free Browsing does what the name says: once you install it, you can click on a little nerdy face to turn off all text on the internet. You can turn TextFree on and […]

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11.15.12 Irina Dvalidze

Well, call me Captain Kirk… Now you can travel through the entire Milky Way Galaxy via your laptop (on Chrome). New web masterpiece trinket titled 100,000 Stars allows you to venture through outer space with a click of a mouse. The interactive page let you to scroll through the star systems at your leisure while spitting […]

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