Browser extension moves all the good stuff to the top of Wikipedia.
If like me, you go on Wikipedia all the time to find out what the most scandalous fact about a specific celebrity is, you might have been frustrated by how the juicy stuff is buried somewhere near the end of the page.
JuicyInfeaux tries to fix that.
It uses a list of keywords, and if there's a heading that includes one of these keywords, that section gets moved to the beginning of the article, getting you the juicy info you crave, faster.
If this actually gets any users, I'll add it to the Chrome webstore.
In the meantime: download the source of this and add it to Chrome in developer mode as an unpacked extension. See here.
Thanks to Chris from gomakethings for writing the function that makes this whole thing.