If you're sick and tired of people on Facebook that change their profile picture to that of their baby and each and every one of their posts is about baby's smiles, farts and bowel movements, the UnBaby.me Chrome extension might be just what you're looking for:
Brandy Caswell, 28, turns to Facebook to keep up with her friends. But in the last year or so, she found that her newsfeed was being overrun with baby photos, documenting everything from nap times to diaper changes.
"I don't need a play-by-play of a typical day with your kid," said Ms. Caswell, an administrative assistant in Austin, Tex.
She won't have that problem anymore, thanks to a new Web tool called Unbaby.me, which replaces the baby pictures on Facebook feeds with things that people prefer to see, like photos of cats, sunsets and bacon.
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