By just a ‘simple’ step.
My 14 year old sister and I were talking about Facebook when I was changing my dads profile picture on the site with awkward photos from his photo library (yes I know his password). When my sister started using Facebook when she was 12 years old, she simply thought it was fun. She had no idea how brilliant it was to be able to sign in and be connected with people from all over the world, in just a matter of a split second. While talking on why she created it, and more importantly, why she quit using it, she told me that the site became boring really quickly and there wasn’t any relevant information.
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