Daily Mail Safety Net

You know that feeling you get when you accidentally click on a link to an article on the Daily Mail website? You know that red mist that descends when you see that sidebar full of pictures ridiculing celebrities for having cellulite or being overweight? You know how your blood pressure goes through the roof when you accidentally read one of the comments? Well, here's a safety net for your browser.

It's a Safari extension which will automatically pass any Daily Mail page you accidentally visit to Instapaper's page cleaner, which removes the sidebar and the comments and the adverts and a bunch of other distracting page cruft.

Download it here: Daily Mail Sanitiser.

Limitations: Unfortunately I haven't yet worked out a way to remove the racism, misogyny and general hate speak from the content of Daily Mail articles while leaving more than nine words on the page.

Update: Here's an example of what it does.

Update 2: There's now a Chrome version created by @threedaymonk who has also produced a nice icon for it.