If you're not at Cannes, you might already be sick of seeing people tweet photos of their hotel room with a gorgeous view of the Mediterranean, or reading brags about cocktails on yachts. But fear not: Toronto agency Union has come up with a way to block these posts from your timeline for the duration of the Lions -- and even destroy them.
Cannescellation is a Chrome extension that replaces any Cannes-related content in the Twitter timeline with a video of the offending tweet being destroyed. As Mike Takasaki, associate creative director at Union explained a statement: "For the past few years, as soon as Cannes starts, my Twitter timeline has become nothing but shots of people on boats, people drinking rose, people flaunting what a great time they're having. We wanted to do something for all the people stuck back at the office covering for them."