I'm surprised by the number of people who give their young children unsupervised and unfiltered access to the internet and allow underage children to use Facebook. Lots of primary-age children seem to have unrestricted access to YouTube, and remember that if you let your eight-year old say that they're 13 to open a Facebook account, when they get to 13, Facebook will think that they're 18.
I've repaired a number of things over the Christmas holiday, including toys, a door-bell and hi-fi equipment, and I also repaired my 18-year old washing machine a number of times before I finally replaced it last year, but the modern way is to just replace things.
Here's an interesting discussion point - are all technological developments for the benefit of the user? Audiophiles think that FM radio sounds better than DAB and FM radio also carries RDS traffic announcements whereas DAB doesn't, for example.
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