Have you ever been reading an RSS feed (e.g. for Digg) and when you click on an article in the feed it takes you to the intermediate site and not the original article? This often wastes a lot of time reading news items because you end up visiting twice as many sites and performing twice as many loads.
A great Linux news website I read is Linux Today. It really pulls a lot of good Linux news and guides and I thoroughly enjoy reading it. However, it has this behavior of interjecting intermediate, "preview content" pages between feed item and original article. Here's a little userscript I wrote to direct you right to the source article:
- Chrome: switch to the Dev Channel and then click the link - it installs as an extension!
- Firefox: install Greasemonkey
- Safari: use Greasekit
- Opera: it should work out-of-the-box, but if you need help see this page
- IE: use Trixie