Chrome Extension to help you stay away from sites you shouldn't read
"You should know better!" is a Chrome extension helping you avoid certain content based on the site it is published on. Every page you go to is checked against a list of url parts (such as a domain name like "faz.net" or a url part like "faz.net/feuilleton/") and if it matches and has not been referred to by that same page will trigger a warning overlay. You can also tell the extension to look for certain authors you want to be warned about. Youshouldknowbetter will try to determine a given page's author and warn you. You can dismiss the overlay with a clickor by hitting the ESC key but you have to decide to read something. Even though you should know better. TODO: * sharing of lists The code for the extension can be found at https://github.com/tante/youshouldknowbetter
- (2014-02-05) Andru Vallance: It really needs a way to quickly activate/decative in order to be useful. Whether or not I should "know better" is dependent on whether or not I'm working!
- (2014-01-29) Caspar Clemens Mierau: funktioniert zuverlässig.