If you want something more into Facebook, what it would be?
I am getting bored with Facebook. I think it's the time for Facebook do to something more entertaining and useful, like they did when they launched video chat. If you also want something more into Facebook, then what it would be?
Well, first I would LOVE to have my FB account re-disabled! This disabling happened last November, when I had lots of health problems: http://hubpages.com/forum/topic/95264#post2038664
(I hope it's okay to put a link here) So I wasn't even aware of this disabling for months.
As to your original question, mymagicview, when I was a regular FB user, I had also become a tad bored, and wished for something fresh and new. Far be it from me to come up with something, though, since I'm not terrifically creative-unless you're talking about words! I HOPE!!
So what would I suggest? I dunno. Not very helpful, I know, but you'd think the FB team could come up with something-THEY'RE supposed to be a 'think tank', you know?
Great question, btw!
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