Never get baited again - clearly see where an article really came from
Get a better idea of what hides behind the NZ Herald headlines with clear notices above syndicated content - no more surprises! Save your attention for relevant, timely journalism. Let your computer scan Herald articles before you see them, and save you wasted time and clicks. Not affiliated with the NZ Herald or NZME If this extension has saved you time and you like it, please consider donating to help with future development: http://patreon.com/bentorkington Changelog: 0.15.7: Welcome Deborah Hill Cone! Default filter changed to a subtle grey 0.15.0: Outbrain hiding, declutter the front page by remove b/s sections 0.14.1: Mute authors by name 0.12.0: Silly season reposted content now tagged as "REPOSTED" 0.11.0: Opinion piece authors shown in slug 0.10.0: Headlines now have tooltips 0.9.2: Updated to work with today's change by NZH 0.9.1: Fix parse failures when a slightly different hero format is used 0.9: Force NZ Herald to honour the users 'Never auto play' preference 0.8: Remove distracting content from articles 0.7: Updated to support Herald's "new" "look". Isn't it great? 0.5: Add options panel, more subtle tagging 0.4.1: Add article age estimation 0.3.1: Fix a bug where we choke on non-standard article URLs
- (2018-09-10) Matt Hill: OMG, thank you so much! Removes all the clickbait "news" from the CNN page!
- (2017-11-14) Andrew W: Excellent add-on to warn about the trash on a leading news website that routinely makes terrible editorial and syndication decisions.
- (2017-10-17) Julian Melville: Really helps take out the trash from the front page of the Herald. Doesn't get in the way.
- (2017-03-08) Blair Strong: Probably the best NZ Herald plugin available.
- (2017-06-01, v:0.5) Dave Dustin: Support for the new layout
Please consider revisiting the extension to support the new layout they're working on.
- (2017-03-09, v:0.2) Paul Brabet: How is PR news recognised?
I am aware that this stuff gets in the news, but I'm a PR layman who doesn't know how to tell the difference. So, how does a news article get identified as PR? Today's example was "Real estate watchdog investigates 300 flipping cases" and was labelled 'Planet Key PR'.
- (2017-03-07, v:0.2) Timothée Duhamel: Doesn't appear to be doing anything
Doesn't appear to be doing anything on any NZHerald sites. Have tested on various syndicated content and on different Chrome Profiles. No Dog Dick Red to be seen :(