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Dont even have an account.Is it a good place to network?What differs from it and Myspace would you say?
i would say no cos its MEANT to be for ppl u already know/are connected to.

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Less spam and more organised IMO
& you will find half of your primary school bredrins on there.

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I don't think it's a networking thingToo personal.I don't even accept adds from people on herestrictly people that I know face to face.

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Less spam and more organised IMO
& you will find half of your primary school bredrins on there.

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Great for finding people from your past etc. Good if you're into talking to people you actually know etc.Finding nuff people from my old schools and old photo's and stuff

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Less spam and more organised IMO
& you will find half of your primary school bredrins on there.
basically.but it's a bit too personal

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All profile lay outs are the same and dont look f*cked like myspace
Apart from idiot girls who have a billion applicationsyet you put up with the time it takes to load her page cos you done know her pictures from last night are gon be filth

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think of it asMyspace = Primary schoolfacebook = uni

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Guest Vaseline
Less spam and more organised IMO
& you will find half of your primary school bredrins on there.
basically.but it's a bit too personal
Specially with that "Wall to Wall" feature

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theyre on somelong ting thokeep gettin 'page cannot be displayed'
same

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Is it business wise? Cos if so I would say its more social than anything else.
Say I had a page and I added you, would your friends be able to see my page, is it linked or anything?
Nah, you can change all your settings to see who can view your profile; friends, friends of friends, your network etc...

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Is it business wise? Cos if so I would say its more social than anything else.
Say I had a page and I added you, would your friends be able to see my page, is it linked or anything?
Nope.You can allow people to see your pageyou can limit only your friends to see your pageyou can even add some friends to a 'limited profile' group where you choose what they seenot bout possible linkages knowing your wifey's full name.

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Great for finding people from your past etc. Good if you're into talking to people you actually know etc.Finding nuff people from my old schools and old photo's and stuff
100% CO-SIGN Seriously though, you know how certain man are using it though lolAfter not using it for sometime, I've noticed now I get spams.Facebook is the new myspace.

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found two cousins i had never spoken to b4, but knew existed on there. its far more connected than myspace, and alot more personal. so 'network' with caution

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you're probably best just making a group showcasing your tees, pics,etcFacebook is good for publicising raves etcbusiness...not so good

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I just made an account ting and it asked me if I wana search for friends from my Aol email.Just seen some of the names come up.WAY TOO HOT SHEEZUS!!!
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