Remove baby photos from your newsfeed with Unbaby.me plug-in

Parents are proud of their children, especially those newly born adorable babies where you just can’t help but cringe every time you see your infant’s image.

The thing is that there are a number of individuals out there who hate seeing these said photos on their Facebook newsfeed. Still, couples decide to plaster their Facebook profiles with images of their new borns without thinking about those they might irk.

Well, to those of you who can’t bear to see these types of photos, a new plug-in might be your salvation.

Unbaby.me is a new Google Chrome plug-in that deletes baby photos from your Facebook newsfeed and replaces them with images that you care about: like ladies, cars or artists.

Four days after it was first launched, Unbaby.me already has 44,000 Facebook likes.

Unbaby.me works by scanning your Facebook newsfeed for phrases or keywords with baby, cute, first birthday or any similar words that may describe a baby. You can also add and remove keywords to edit it.

Yvonne Cheng, one of the individuals who developed Unbaby.me, said to LA Times, “Personally, I don’t hate babies. I love babies. But I do get tired of looking at babies.”

You can download Unbaby.me at the Chrome Web store. The plug-in is still not perfect as photos without any caption will not be filtered by the plug-in.

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Google adds two new features, makes searching faster

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Today, the search giant introduces new search features to make user queries easier and a lot speedier.

Google added Universal search to Google Suggest. With this addition, more relevant results are being displayed in the drop-down suggestions box.

To make it clearer, here’s an illustration. If you type in “weather in milw”, the drop-down box immediately displays the weather for that day (and even in the next few days) before you’re even done typing.

Another addition, this time an Google Chrome extension, is Quick Scroll. This new extension allows users to use Google search pages other than Google.com.

With Quick Scroll, the process of finding relevant content and scrolling to it happens automatically, as an extension of your Google search,” Google said in post in the official Google blog.

Quick Scroll requires the beta version of Chrome 4 and can be accessible in the extensions gallery.

Source: http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2357055,00.asp

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