We went shopping to Lakeside this afternoon to try and finish spending the first set of grants for our youth clubs from the County Council. Items today included: a stereo, portable speakers for MP3 players etc., portable hard drive, CD scratch fixer, some software to edit photos and video footage, a giant tennis ball, airflow football.
Hannah and I also spent the book token that we were given for Christmas so I will hopefully be posting some more book reviews in the next few weeks.
Chris
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Married to the amazing Sarah and raising Jakey, Daniel, Amelia, Josh & Jonah in our blended family. Passionate for Jesus, social work & sport.

0 thoughts on “MySapce v Facebook based on social class”

  1. Surely this has an awful lot to do with the fact that facebook was launched in universities first and in fact in this country has only been open to others for a relatively short time. I’d wait and see if the trend was different in a few years time before considering it a societal divide based on “class” raher than access.

  2. I agree, I think also it is easier for younger people to get hold of myspace, even though they are supposed to be 14 or over, in comparison with facebook which is 13.

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