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The 'SkyDome' App Replaces 'Rogers Centre' with its Former Name

 - May 3, 2016
References: chrome.google & notable
The 'Skydome' Google Chrome browser extension is designed as a form of petition as well as a tool of satire for Torontonians seeking to have the name of the Rogers Centre switched back to the Skydome. For consumers that are unwilling to call the landmark by its official name, the extension creatively replaces the words 'Rogers Centre' on any browser page with 'Skydome' so that the original name can live on.

The app is a project designed by Travis Jeffery that reflects the city's movement to have the Rogers Centre renamed back to the Skydome in light of the Jays baseball team's most recent success. The extension shares the stubbornness of Toronto citizens to adopt the branded Rogers Communication name.