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Cleanliness is next to appropriateness

I love this extension for Chrome: clea.nr. It cleans up Youtube entirely – no related videos, no comments, just the video I want to show my class.

Once it’s installed, youtube.com looks like this:

And this is what it looks like when a video is playing:

Those recommended videos in the sidebar can be terribly distracting. This makes a Youtube video feel so much more appropriate for classroom use. Especially when watching something that leads Youtube to make terrible suggestions, like videos of what a “jerkline skinner” does to better understand¬†Of Mice and Men.¬†

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