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"No Links Please" drains HREFs, discourages web fiddling
Merlin Mann | Jan 21 2008
Here's a fun one. Our old pal (and the coiner of "life hacks"), Danny O'Brien, passes along an extreme attention aid that might be regarded as the heir apparent to his wonderful "Webolodeon" script for GreaseMonkey.
No Links Please will do its part to keep you from mindlessly surfing the web:
Oh, man, what a crazy way to be forced to see the web. But, if you're "that guy" today and can't stop dicking around on the web, this is much less dramatic than having to shut off the router. Try it, for fun; it's amazing how ingrained our clicky-linky behavior is.
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