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I am looking for an addon (preferably Firefox) or program that does the following to increase productivity, but I have no been able to find one using Google.

The tool should hide suggestions to read more on various popular websites. Hot network questions on Stack Exchange sites, 'did you know' on Wikipedia, suggested videos on Youtube...

I always find myself reading 10 unrelated Wikipedia articles or opening all hot Stack Exchange questions. I think a tool as described would be useful for many people, but I can't find one. Does one exist?

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closed as off-topic by Rory Alsop Mar 16 at 14:12

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This question appears to be off-topic because it is a product/software recommendation question –  Rory Alsop Mar 16 at 14:12
    
The simple answer is of course to just not click on links. –  Rory Alsop Mar 16 at 14:12
    
@Rory Alsop: And the simple solution to getting up early is to just get up when it's early. And yet that is the most up-voted question on this site; maybe the simple solution doesn't really help. –  Mark Mar 17 at 19:38
    
    
I wonder if the new softwarerecs.stackexchange.com site would be a better help? Web Apps is for the actual websites, not the browsers –  Canadian Luke Mar 18 at 20:50

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