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2-10-2009 @ 5:38PM
That's a little better. :] I had followed the link but it did seem a little vague I didn't catch the screenshots section. I think it still needs a more general mission statement, as it were, to sort of state the objective of the whole thing.I say this as a bit of a facebook purist, been on the site since it's inception nearly and I have yet to experiment with apps. I think that one of the reasons is that for most apps you actually have to activate them to even understand what they're about in the first place. Most of the time I just can't be bothered.Oh also, not entirely sure that I'm ready to advertise my prolific (unhealthy?) WoW achievements to my entire social network. :]
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