Everywhere you look on the internet, you see something about Star Wars. That’s to be expected, with the first movie in ten years coming out next week. But how much is too much? If you are an avid fan, you might be concerned that the non-stop promotion will blunt your enjoyment of The Force Awakens. That’s not all Disney’s fault, as the fandom is providing a huge number of the articles and videos you see. You also might be afraid of spoilers, no matter how small, because part of the joy of a new episode is being surprised. And if you’re not a Star Wars fan, you might just be sick of it all. There is help available.
The Daily Dot spells out four different ways you can block Star Wars from your computer, from automatic censorship to specific keyword filters. Then there are three ways to calm your mind by learning to enjoy the hype. And lastly, there’s advice for people who can’t get enough Star Wars, with five tips for immersing yourself even further in the franchise during the final week before The Force Awakens. Read it all right here.
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