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Facebook is for parents. The parents followed the teenagers so the teenagers started moving elsewhere to avoid the parents. Nowdays you can get mocked on Internet community if they find that you are using facebook. lol
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Logitech HD C110 Web Camera
Netgear WGR614 Wireless-N 150 Router
Razer Goliathus Fragged Alpha Control Edition Mouse Pad
BSOD while browsing in Chrome; also reported in Facebook My computer is pushing 3 years old now, and she's been giving me some problems. It's a custom build running Win 7 Home Premium.
I'm getting a lot of random BSOD's, though I'm not the main user of the computer. My mother uses it the most, and her main usage is Facebook and YouTube. She says...
The World Wide Web! This may seem like a very silly question, but how is the world connected via the World Wide Web?
Now I know that inside a country such as the UK, which is quite small fibre optic cables provide the means by which the bulk if not all Web traffic is transported, but what about around the world.