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What's up with Facebook?

by Dango517 / October 10, 2008 / 8:43 AM UTC
http://news.cnet.com/8301-10805_3-10060255-75.html?tag=mncol;title

Recently three people I know have moved to Facebook. This has mostly hurt Yahoo's 360. 360 is in desperate need of a major overhaul along with several other services provided by Yahoo. Directly or indirectly (a free Yahoo membership comes with AT&T DSL service) payed memberships are the core of Yahoo's business, ignore these and business will suffer. Ignore these and AT&T will suffer.
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Facebook?
by critic411 / October 10, 2008 / 9:09 AM UTC

Isn't that for teenagers?

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The people that moved to it are not.
by Dango517 / October 10, 2008 / 9:23 AM UTC
In reply to: Facebook?
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FB
by Integrity / June 2, 2010 / 9:09 AM UTC
Facebook is currently FREE to use. It has a variety of games for all ages,a chat, Forums, etc.

It may be short lived because its programmers, [ called Developers ], are NOT listening to to their CUSTOMERS, the FB users. In addition, the problem issue, " Contact " link provided is basically a BLACK HOLE, not to mention its sarcastic responses if you ever get one! There also appears to be behind the scenes interference when playing some of the games, and is probably caused by these Developers.

If I were a Facebook Project Manager, I would consider some serious terminations and hire professionals that will earn their Paycheck, NOT just collect it!
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