06.29.11

Amazing Innovation Promises To Make The Internet A Less Edgy Place

Posted in Baseball, The Internet at 10:39 pm by

Rob Spectre’s Jeter Filter, “quickly and carefully scours the Internet for signs of Derek Jeter and removes him while you browse, making Jeter disappear… right before your very eyes .” And while Google Chrome is required to make this Anti-Captain Fist-Pump Filter work properly, though Newsday’s Mark LaMonica — painfully aware that his paper’s paywall is a filter of different sort, adds a word of warning ;

Of course, who knows what else that will do to your browser, your computer, your personal data and your various other whatnots.

If you’re gutsy enough, go to jeterfilter.com and read more. There are some drawbacks, such as this: If you’re looking at player stats on yankees.com, for example, it will remove the entire widget of information, not just the numbers on Jeter.

One Response to “Amazing Innovation Promises To Make The Internet A Less Edgy Place”

  1. Dave says:

    Drawbacks? What drawbacks? I’ll pay for this if it can remove all traces of the Yankees.

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