📆 July 4, 2023 | ⏱️ 1 minute read | 🏷️ computing

Re: bullshit.js

People in advertising, marketing, SEO, and other bullshit industries have littered the web with phrases that sound significant but don’t actually communicate anything.

A while back I discovered this amusing JavaScript program called bullshit.js which you can run in the browser to replace some of that marketing BS with the word “bullshit”.

The official bullshit.js webpage includes a bookmark link which is vulnerable to xss. Here’s my patched version:

javascript:(function(){var d=document,s=d.createElement('script');s.crossOrigin='anonymous';s.integrity='sha256-J3uYBSO4XnmUCTfYH458SPL2Cp+wlPOnt64DreZjAtw=';s.src='https://unpkg.com/@mourner/bullshit@1.2.0/bullshit.js';d.body.appendChild(s);}())