Justin Bieber erased from the Web? Curse you, 'Shaved Bieber'
Justin Bieber will no longer get as much Internet love as he used to. The Bieber backlash is gaining steam.
First, Twitter rejiggers its algorithm to stop "Justin Bieber" from dominating its trending topics. Now, (OMG!) a new "Shaved Bieber" application (created by Greg Leuch, a member of Free Art and Technology online creative coalition) lets users magically erase the unwanted words "Justin Bieber" and "Bieber", as well as any photo file names that include Bieber.
In other words, no more free Web ride, Biebster.
The tool may prove particularly popular on Twitter, where the constant tweeting by Bieb's teen fans assured his name was always in trending topics. But it also works on any website you visit! Yes, even The Dish Rag.
You can make "Shaved Bieber" a bookmark or download "Shaved Bieber" and then you can live in a Bieber-Free World. Sorry, but we just love writing "Shaved Bieber."
But is it really worth living in a world without Justin Bieber? That's what you have to ask yourselves. Dig deep.
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