F.A.T. Lab has released this Chrome plug-in called FriendFlop, which scrambles the identies on Facebook and Twitter in order to dissolve "your biases and reminding you that everyone is saying the same shit anyway. And let's face it, unique individual identities are so last year." FriendFlop was created by Kyle McDonald and Lauren McCarthy.
Find yourself skipping through tweets, friends saying exactly what you expect them to say, clicking on the same links from the same people?
Refresh your tired timelines by randomly swapping your friends? names and avatars!
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