Chrome Extension Lets You Make A Whitelist of Audio Sites

I do ResearchBuzz around my work schedule so I often find myself working very early in the morning and very late at night. The times you absolutely do not want random noises coming out of your browser. Lifehacker’s got a writeup on what looks like a decent solution if you use Chrome. “Once installed, Silent Site Sound Blocker only allows whitelisted sites to play audio. When you visit a site that tries to auto-play audio or a video, you get a pop-over asking whether you’d like to whitelist the site and play audio from it all the time, play it just this once and then ask the next time you visit, reject this once and ask the next time you visit, or blacklist the site entirely and never play audio when you visit it again.”

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