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Googlifier Chrome extension adds googly eyes to Internet images

In case you needed something fun and pointless to do on Casual Friday, the Googlifier Chrome extension puts googly eyes all over your favorite website's photos.

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Oh, hey T-Mobile CEO John Legere. Looking good! Screenshot by Anthony Domanico/CNET

A guy named Steve Wozniak (no, not that Steve Wozniak) released an extension for the Google Chrome Web browser, and it seriously might be the best and worst thing on the Internet. Called Googlifier, the Chrome extension adds googly eyes to every image on a particular website as soon as you click the button.

For example, T-Mobile Chief Executive John Legere is prominently featured on the front page of CNET today, and while I'm actually a pretty big fan of Legere's management style, I think his message would come across much better if he had googly eyes. So, I installed the Googlifier extension, navigated to CNET and clicked the googly-eyes button now prominently featured in the Chrome browser. Now, Legere, Marissa Mayer and everyone else Googlifier recognizes as a person has a fresh pair of dorky-looking eyes on their head.

So if you're looking to have a little fun this Friday, you might want to go ahead and give Googlifier a download. Happy Internetting.

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Much better look for you, Bruce. Screenshot by Anthony Domanico/CNET

(Via Laughing Squid)