Hide Recently Modified Panel in SharePoint 2010

The recently modified panel is annoying. Here's how you hide it.

By default, as you edit pages in SharePoint 2010, the Recently Modified panel appears above your local navigation. To hide it, add this code either to your site collection's alternative CSS or place it in a content editor web part.

.s4-recentchanges {
display: none;

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