Published: 3 years ago

Thursday Three For All: The Force Awakens Edition

I’ll admit that I’m a bit of a Star Wars nerd. Not the kind of Star Wars nerd that still has all of his childhood toys and gets featured in a documentary (although I did actually watch said documentary earlier this week), but I’m excited about episode VII, nevertheless. So with apologies to my friends who are sick of the biggest pop culture craze in the galaxy, I give you Thursday Three For All: The Force Awakens Edition.


Force Block Avoids Spoilers and Blocks Every Mention of Star Wars. (via @lifehacker) Already downloaded it. As a warning, it basically blocks every mention of “Star Wars,” “Star,” “Wars,” and maybe the Gospel of Luke. (I’m still researching.)

With the Force Awakens right around the corner, it’s tempting to click on Star Wars links. Easily they flow, quick to join you on the internet. But beware the spoilers. The Force Block extension can help keep you from that dark path.

This Chrome extension thoroughly blocks every single mention of Star Wars, including sites that may not be talking about Star Wars right now, but have been known to do so. It’s not as clumsy or random as a keyword filter. An elegant tool, for a less civilized internet.


Jimmy Fallon, The Roots & “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” Cast Sing “Star Wars” Medley. (via @laughingsquid) Just put this on “repeat” in  your cube all day. Trust me: your coworkers will love it.


An Honest Movie Trailer for ‘Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith’. (via @screenjunkies, HT @premiumfunny) Amen to this.


…and as a special treat for this Thursday Three For All, a bonus link. Because the fourth is strong with this one.


How Episode III Should Have Ended. (via @simplecap) Again, amen.

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