Jon Stewart reportedly surprised Daily Show audience members tonight by announcing his retirement from the comedy show he has hosted for more than 15 years. The announcement hasn't been made official but many of those in attendance have taken to social media to share the news.
“It’s on us—all of us—to create a culture where violence isn’t tolerated, where survivors are supported, and where all our young people – men and women – can go as far as their talents and their dreams will take them." —President Obama.
Places pay for this service. A place I used to work (briefly) paid for this service. It was super annoying! One day a colleague showed me a little known secret to turn it off and made my life immeasurably better.
I now share this little nugget with you:
Step 1) Open a browser.
Step 2) Type in the URL of an offending site.
Step 3) add ?disableTracer=on to the end of the URL. (example: http://www.businessinsider.com?disableTracer=on)
Step 4) Press Enter.
Step 5) You're done!
You'll have to do this for every browser you use and every site, but trust me, if you visit one of these sites often, it's worth it.
UPDATE: An even easier way to turn this off for all websites is to go here, and just click "opt out." You'll still have to do it in each browser but you won't have to do it for every site. (Thanks to indispensable friend Stefan Becket for the tip.)