Well, I suppose the title got you hooked, at least. I don't understand 'social networking'. Although I have an account on LinkedIn, and occasionally use the site to contact old business contacts, I'm not a massive fan of something like Facebook, unless you're 17 and find it interesting to show all your friends photos of you on the lash, at Glastonbury or other real-life event. Why they need to see these things? When was there a time where we felt compelled to share our social life with people who weren't even involved in the event? Bizarre.
Hurox is a new social networking site that attempts to go further than others by enabling you to share content, sell products to other users (it even provides you with all the e-commerce tools you'll require), create your own community (forget your real-life neighbours) and more.
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Philip Hammond wants to forget rules that the UK agreed with the EU to ban non-European companies from the satellites
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