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Not Safe for Work?

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A website called NSFW.in has a nifty service that shortens the url of a link, and warns the potential clicker that the content is not safe for work. This is a simple and considerate solution for people who send links via chat or e-mail, as it saves the recipient the embarassment of opening something NSFW at work.

According to NSFW.in, the reason for such a service is obvious:

  • Ever clicked a link and felt embarrassed with the content in front of your co-workers?
  • Ever caught unaware because the funny link your friend sent was a little beyond funny?

They can make the decision to come back to it when they’re home, if they don’t work in a place where anal bleaching and fisting is routinely discussed.

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I’m a tech geek/dev/infosec-nerd/scuba diver/blacksmith/sword-fighter/crime fighter/ENTP/warcrafter/activist. I run Grokability, Inc, and run several open source projects, including Snipe-IT Asset Management. Tweet at me @snipeyhead or read more

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