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It is essay on pineapple fruit the only real portrait I have. In an educational setting, Facebook, for example, is seen by many instructors and educators as a frivolous, time-wasting distraction from schoolwork, and it is not uncommon to be banned in junior high or high school computer labs. Facebook followed suit with their "Live Feed" where users' activities are streamed as soon as it happens. The number of published applications has been growing rapidly since 2003. The Journal (Edinburgh) website.