Fans of TV who love Twitter but hate being spoiled, you have a new savior: Her name is Jennie Lamere and she's 17 years old.
Lamere entered the TVnext Hack event in Boston and not only won her category, "Best Use of Sync-To-Broadcast," but also won Best In Show, according to Mother Jones. She beat out professional developers with Twivo, a TV spoiler blocker for Twitter.
Here's how Twivo works: It's an extension of Google Chrome that lets users type in key words they would like to block and for how long. Tweets containing those words are then blocked from the feed. So, if you're not watching "Game of Thrones" at 9 p.m. on a Sunday but still want to be on Twitter, enter the key word "Game of Thrones" and you won't see the tweets that could spoil you.
Watch Twivo in action and see Lamere talk about the plug-in at 3:30 in the video below:
The program is still in demo phase and won't be ready to roll out for a few weeks, according to Mother Jones. However, Lamere has already been approached by a tech company that wants to market the final product.
Be on the look out for Twivo, spoilerphobes.