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  • Mandy Griffiths

    Going cold turkey: Three weeks without Facebook by a self confessed social media junkie http://socialmediadaily.com.au/cold-turkey-weeks-facebook-confessed-social-media-junkie/

  • Muhammad Yaseen

    How to block websites on your Computer Good Tip and Tricks for Internet Users

  • Malicity D'Obscuro

    Realities of home training a Service Dog.

  • Gia Logan

    For years, Facebook has revolutionized the world of animal rescue. As more and more animal welfare advocates joined the huge social networking site, thousands of homeless animals have been saved. In fact, Facebook is considered the Gold Standard for enabling rescuers and networkers to save lives. But lately, something has changed. More and more animal rescue "networkers" are being blocked from their accounts.

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