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'Hey Girl' Chrome extension makes web browsing a Ryan Gosling-fest

Posted by Kristi Palma  August 14, 2013 08:28 AM

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Ladies, do you surf the web? And do you need more Ryan Gosling in your life? Well, you're in luck.

If you use the "Hey Girl" Chrome extension, your web surfing will turn into a Gosling-fest. That's because the tool changes the images on any webpage to shots of the handsome movie star. It was created by Brooklyn-based web developer Katherine Champagne.

What's the point, you say?

Champagne said this to

I hope that inspires more women to get into web developmentóthere needs to be more of us, ladies! It's not all math, it's not boringóas I hope evidences, I've found programming to be an incredible creative outlet.

What do you think of the tool? Ladies, does it inspire you to get into web development?

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