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Nothing in life is free

18 Feb 2009 9:23PM   Views : 469 Unique : 385

I drove past a gaming centre on my way to see Canon this morning and a poster shouted: "3 Free Play!" Now I may be wrong but how do you get free play if you have to pay for it?

Speaking of this, I decided to stop in St. Pancras and try the free WiFi connection that they allow you to use. So i eagerly logged on ready to enjoy an hour or so browsing the site. Only I couldn't because I could only browse the St. Pancras site or authorised sites such as BBC and train timetables.

How long can a person browse a timetable website? It's a complete waste of time so I questioned it. That's right, I asked them why I couldn't even look at Facebook! They said it was for security purposes. I can't think what they are so I decided to leave it and brushed up on the problems Facebook have been having recently.

A lot of our members have a company Facebook account. What do you think you'll do if they decide that they own those photographs again?

Tags: Internet Digital Matt Facebook Canon Compact Free Grayson Launch Wifi

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