difficult to read web pages …

If you follow this site you know I link to Blythe Lawrence’s Examiner blog more than any other.

But it’s getting increasingly cluttered. That’s not Blythe, but rather the host — Examiner.

In frustration with the pop-up shown, I downloaded a free Google Chrome browser extension called Clearly. (There are others similar.)

With one click, Clearly makes blog posts and articles clean and easy to read. Clearly eliminates all distractions from your online reading experience, and even allows you to browse multi-page articles in one, seamless view.

Connect Clearly to Evernote to clip and sync articles with every computer, phone and tablet you use. …

Here’s how Examiner looks after being interpreted by Clearly.

If these utilities get popular, companies like Examiner will have to come up with less annoying, deceptive advertisements.

Why can’t I pay for a version of Gymnastics Examiner ad free?

If interested for yourself, watch how Clearly works on YouTube.

Note. Clearly doesn’t work on some web pages. Video heavy Aunt Joyce, for example.

P.S. I’ll occasionally click on some Examiner ads, just to support Blythe. Even better, why doesn’t someone hire her away from Examiner? She’s too good for them.

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Rick Mc

Career gymnastics coach who loves the outdoors, and the internet.

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