I wrote a request called "With the rise of social networking, is the internet now mainly for recreation or business?" because I thought this would result in a number of different views from various users.
It's been 'removed by moderator' and I don't understand why. It's not promotional or adult orintated - it's just a question about the current trend of using the internet as a social and recreational tool instead of a business tool.
Can anyone give me an idea why it might have been dumped?
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Just a bit of re-wording needed then. Perhaps I should have read the page a bit more clearly!
No worries. If you'd like to make it the starting point for a discussion about opinions, you might consider starting it as a topic in the Technology Forum.
Not sure how it would fit in 'technology' although it might be worth starting an opinions forum!
...No, then again it would just end up becoming a slagging match
Speaking of the rise of social networking:
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