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How to preserve childhood memories — and keep your kid out of my Facebook feed

on November 12, 2013


Most people on social networks are attuned to the risk of “over-sharing” — such as posting news of every meal they eat on Twitter or Facebook(s fb) — but, when it comes to kids, it’s easy to over-indulge and share more pictures of tykes and toddlers than most people want to see.

The trouble is that some people, especially family members, can’t get enough of the cutesy kid pics even as the rest of your social network gets weary of them (though most us would never dare point this out).

That’s why it’s great to see the arrival of new tools that let you scrapbook every moment of your kid’s life, and share them with the people who will really appreciate them — without over-sharing with the rest of us. Better yet, some of these tools offer guarantees that your memories won’t be nailed down to a single company’s platform…

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