Facebook Chat

May 2, 2008 at 8:23 pm (Misc) (, , , , , )

As you may have already realized if you’re the average, check-your-wall-every-hour, Facebook
user, they’ve added a chat feature.

I can bet my head on a chopping block that worker productivity atleast across the States and Trinidad have dropped significantly since Facebook introduced this.

Did we really need that? Especially during exam season? No more cyber-stalking people and then sending your friends messages about it later, you can now do it live! I guess this means people’s MSN Messengers will be put down to collect some dust, people who use Hi5 and MySpace instead of Facebook have become even more stupid automatically, and university students and employees who use computers at work may find work and studying even more difficult than usual.

But, you have to give them credit for yet again adding something which we all sorta wanted but didn’t really request. First was Facebook Applications, now Chat. The people at Facebook are like little elves that live in your house who come in when you’re not looking and switch around little things throughout the rooms to make your life easier.

If only it existed earlier



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  2. DSvT said,

    Yes, Kinda useful thru~

  3. Christina said,

    Need some help deciding whether to go to trini or the big yard for med school. I’m from the Bahamas and can’t seem to find anyone on the net to assist. I want to know everything. What to expect, what I most definitely need to read up on. Oh by the way I’m a 32 year old Biology teaching finally deciding to take the plunge. Please help!!!!!

  4. masteroftheundisputedtruth said,

    Med School at UWI is cheaper than most, I think the cost (apart from living expenses) would be the same in Trinidad and Jamaica…but not sure..for more info check out :




    you may have to call in for assistance as having up-to-date information on such things is too good to ask of UWI, the Trinidad # is 868-662-2002.

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