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Clarise Dulay
The happiest people don't necessarily have the best of everything but they make the most of everything.
The happiest people don't necessarily have the best of everything but they make the most of everything.
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Reading stuff about online banking, hovering through the tabs when I saw "Trust and Investments". Hindi ko na naman napigilang isipin na ang pag-ibig parang bangko...

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Taken 3 | Official Trailer #1 HD | 2014: http://youtu.be/HUJZjUaNzgw

If I'm going to NYC from Manila, how much will an airplane ticket cost me (back and forth)? Any replies are most welcome. :D

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Bakit ngayon ko lang nalaman na may ganito palang pagkain?@_@

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Top 10 countries represented among 20 million unique visitors to Google+ since it launched: http://on.wsj.com/naxbyd by +Amir Efrati
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Only in G+. Try niyo :)
Let's say you have two awesome pictures you're agonizing between for your profile photo. Oh no! You have three... or four? Not a problem. You can set multiple pictures for your profile picture, and when your friends visit your profile they can flip through them just by clicking.

If you have Chrome, you can even watch it spin. :-)

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In many ways, yes, I have to agree.
In 2004 or so, people were really afraid of "social networking." Most had no interest in it, and a standard journalist question was "Aren't sites like MySpace killing 'real' human interaction?" How is talking to someone via a given "technology" (hand-written letters, telegraph, phone, email, IM, social network) any less "real"? To me, that's like saying your ears and your eyes aren't "real." For a deaf person a working "ear" is a pretty awesome piece of technology. It's not how you reach out to another human being that matters -- it's whether a connection is made. It's not the medium that determines the value of the interaction. If there is spark set off in the mind and soul of another, then that's "real" human interaction. Now, with something like 25-50% of all new US relationships (dating) starting online, I think people are getting over this fear. Ok, gotta run, my friends are mad I'm spending too much time on G+
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