Charlie Sheen coverage isn't letting up, especially since he was fired from "Two and a Half Men." But if you're ready to stop seeing his name and face online, a browser blocker will censor the Internet for you.
Charlie Sheen coverage isn’t letting up, especially since he was fired from “Two and a Half Men.” But if you’re ready to stop seeing his name and face online, a browser blocker will censor the Internet for you.
It applies a black bar over mentions of Sheen’s name and blackouts his photos. It also replaces his name with asterisks if it appears in your browser’s tab.
After installing it and quickly browsing the Internet, I did spot some instances where Sheen still appeared, but it was still effective. Here is Seattle Times’ entertainment page before and after installing the plugin.
- Mount St. Helens, still steaming, holds the world’s newest glacier
- Whitest big county in the U.S.? It’s us
- Seattle sets heat record for July 4
- For escapee, prison now will mean 23 hours a day in a cell
- Sound Transit planning heats up for light-rail expansion and public vote
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